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A YouTuber Risked His Life For A Prank And Firefighters Are Pissed

The internet needs to end.

Posted on December 8, 2017, at 3:41 p.m. ET

A 22-year-old popular British YouTuber could have died after he decided to film himself cementing his head into a microwave for content.

West Midlands Fire

Jay Swingler runs the "TGFbro" YouTube channel, which has over 3 million subscribers, with his friend Romell Henry.

Lovely. Anyway, on Thursday the duo published a video called "I cemented my head in a microwave and emergency services came.. (nearly died)." It has over 1 million views.

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The title is pretty self-explanatory. In the video Swingler said he is scared because he has "claustrophobia." K.

The duo filled the microwave with Polyfilla, a spackling paste.

After 90 minutes of being stuck, the duo called the West Midlands Fire Service for help. The department wrote on Twitter it was "seriously unimpressed."

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Station commander Simon Woodward explained it took the team an hour to remove the microwave.

@FallingsPark @PhilipLoach @DCFOWestMidFire @GaryTaylorFire @JohnEdwards33 @NFCC_FireChiefs @SimonTBarry West Midla…

He said when his crews have to respond to calls like this, it takes away from their work saving people who actually need help.

In a response video, Swingler bragged his video was being covered by news outlets all over the world.

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"That's how you know you've done something right on YouTube," he said.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.