Woman Proposes To Boyfriend By Placing Engagement Ring In Kinder Egg And Putting It Inside Her Vagina… It Didn’t Go Well


A WOMAN who hatched a creative plan for proposing to her boyfriend got a nasty shock when the well-laid plan went awry – and she ended up in A&E.

The unnamed woman was taking advantage of the Leap Year tradition, which says women can propose to their man on February 29.

Alamy A woman who decided to propose to her boyfriend by putting a Kinder Egg inside her vagina was in for a nasty shock

But her decision to place an engagement ring inside a Kinder Egg, and insert it into her vagina, turned out to be one regretted – after it landed her in A&E.

Her unfortunate story has been retold in former Junior Doctor Adam Kay’s laugh-out-loud novel This Is Going To Hurt, which is a compilation of his most memorable career moments.

During his time as an NHS doctor, Adam worked as an obstetrician and gynaecologist.

It’s a job which involved rescuing both babies and mothers during difficult births and removing stray objects when they get stuck in private areas – which is how he came across this particular case.

Getty – Contributor The egg contained her engagement ring but it ended up moving inside her vagina – and got stuck

Referring to the woman as Patient JB, Adam recalled: “(She) decided to take advantage of tradition and propose to her boyfriend – going to the expense of buying an engagement ring, the trouble of putting it inside a Kinder Surprise egg and the imagination of inserting it vaginally.

“She would suggest some finger-work to her partner, he would discover it, retrieve it, and then she would go down on one knee (and, presumably, him).

“Equal parts unexpected, disgusting and, I suppose, romantic.”

Getty – Contributor Amazingly, her man still said yes – so we suppose that will be an interesting story for the best man’s speech

Unfortunately the surprise didn’t go quite as planned, and the egg ended up rotating itself lengthwise inside the woman’s vagina.

Adam added: “No amount of shoogling from either of them would get this particular goose to lay her golden egg.

“Remarkably, she was so keen to maintain the surprise she wouldn’t tell him what she’d done or why.”

But the couple did decide it was a hospital matter and that’s how they came to meet Dr Kay in cubicle three.

Adam Kay told the story in his award-winning book This Is Going To Hurt: Confessions Of A Junior Doctor

He delivered the egg using a pair of sponge-holding forceps, but both he and the boyfriend were still in the dark about the contents at the egg.

Adam gave the baffled lad a pair of latex gloves to open his Kinder Surprise, and there was the engagement ring.

The doctor said: “She popped the question and he said yes; presumably out of shock, or fear of what a woman who does that with a Kinder Surprise would do to him if spurned.”

We suppose that will be an interesting story for the best man’s speech.

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