Man, 21, gets stuck and is rescued from children's high chair at Meadowhall after losing bet
This is the hilarious moment a 21-year-old man had to be rescued from a child's high chair at Meadowhall - after his friends made him a bet he could not fit in it.
It took three people - who were all laughing uncontrollably - to pull Jamie Brammah out of the chair
Jamie, a carer from Barnsley, was at the centre to watch war movie 1917 with pals when he agreed to try and fit in the high chair in exchange for a milkshake
Jamie's pal Luke Jackson said he would buy him a strawberry milkshake from McDonalds if he could fit in the toddler's high chair.
Jamie obliged - but ended up getting stuck, much to the delight of his mates who were on hand to film the hilarious moment.
Two security guards had to pull on the bottom of the chair while Luke pulled him out by his arms
Luke, a HGV driver, said: 'He was thirsty and didn't have much money on him so I said I would buy him a strawberry milkshake if he could fit into the high chair.
'He said he could fit into one of quite easily - and it took three people to get him out.
'Two security guards came over and had to pull on the bottom of the chair while I pulled him out by his arms.
'It was hilarious, we couldn't stop laughing.
'The security guards told us off and said we were on our last warning, but they couldn't stop laughing either.'
Luke, 22, added: 'The security said we've got to stop messing about, but they were laughing their heads off, it was so funny.
'They were telling me not to pull him too hard in case I hurt his legs.
'We thought at one point we might not have been able to get him out and they would have had to have called the fire brigade to cut him free.
'I passed my phone to my brother Josh and told him to film it because it was so funny.
'Jamie was laughing his head off, he was proper stuck.'