Head Stuck Twice In 24 Hours

This is the mini-mischief who astonsighinly got his head stuck in the same railings TWICE in 24-HOURS. Three-year-old Karime Nasser was up to his neck in trouble when he slotted his tiny head between solid iron bars at his brother’s primary school in Bridlington, East Yorks. The fire brigade were called by Karime’s annoyed mother – before they quickly freed the tearaway within minutes by using specialist hydraulic equipment.

This is the mini-mischief who astonsighinly got his head stuck in the same railings TWICE in 24-HOURS. Three-year-old Karime Nasser was up to his neck in trouble when he slotted his tiny head between solid iron bars at his brother's primary school in Bridlington, East Yorks. The fire brigade were called by Karime's annoyed mother - before they quickly freed the tearaway within minutes by using specialist hydraulic equipment.

This is the mini-mischief who astonsighinly got his head stuck in the same railings TWICE in 24-HOURS. Three-year-old Karime Nasser was up to his neck in trouble when he slotted his tiny head between solid iron bars at his brother's primary school in Bridlington, East Yorks. The fire brigade were called by Karime's annoyed mother - before they quickly freed the tearaway within minutes by using specialist hydraulic equipment.

This is the mini-mischief who astonsighinly got his head stuck in the same railings TWICE in 24-HOURS. Three-year-old Karime Nasser was up to his neck in trouble when he slotted his tiny head between solid iron bars at his brother's primary school in Bridlington, East Yorks. The fire brigade were called by Karime's annoyed mother - before they quickly freed the tearaway within minutes by using specialist hydraulic equipment.

This is the mini-mischief who astonsighinly got his head stuck in the same railings TWICE in 24-HOURS. Three-year-old Karime Nasser was up to his neck in trouble when he slotted his tiny head between solid iron bars at his brother's primary school in Bridlington, East Yorks. The fire brigade were called by Karime's annoyed mother - before they quickly freed the tearaway within minutes by using specialist hydraulic equipment.