A woman at a music festival had an exhaust-ing ordeal after getting her head stuck in a truck's tailpipe.
Firefighters used a power saw to free the woman from her predicament at last weekend's Winstock Music Festival in Winsted, west of Minneapolis.
Strom spent the next 45 minutes with her head stuck inside the pipe.
While the owner of the truck wasn't mad, local police charged Ms Strom with underage drinking and had to be escorted out of the music festival. A 5-second clip uploaded to Facebook Saturday, viewed 2.7 million times, shows a firefighter working to free the woman, who'd inserted and removed her head from the tailpipe earlier in the day without issue, per KARE.
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Strom poses after her head was freed from a tailpipe, thanks to an electric saw.
Though she escaped the incident unscathed, she was reprimanded by the McLeod County Sheriff's Office for underage drinking, according to The Associated Press.
There's no word on who's going to foot the bill for the impromptu modification to the truck's exhaust pipe.
'So I tried it. "But, I trusted everyone who was around that knew to get me out safely", Kaitlyn added.
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She wrote: "Yeah I" m the tail pipe girl, whatchu know about it? "It did fit, but it didn't want to come back out", Kaitlyn continued.
Strom didn't expect to go viral, but she's not surprised.
"I'm just brushing it off, because that's expected to happen", she said.
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