Naked man saved from 'massage parlour' window ledge by firefighters after rowing with worker and getting locked outside

A NAKED man had to be rescued by firefighters from a window ledge after a trip to a massage parlour took an unexpected turn.

The punter had visited a Manchester establishment on Monday but apparently had rowed with a worker inside.

The ranting man ended up outside the window ledge above the 'Simply Delicious' kebab shop.

But he became trapped when the frightened worker is believed to have closed the window as he tried to get back.

Neighbours dialled 999 when they saw him stranded naked outside hiding his manhood behind his hands in Northenden, Manchester.

Witnesses said police turned up with a battering ram to force their way as the door was locked.

However firefighters put up a ladder and helped him down from the ledge at 3pm on Monday.

A picture of a firefighter helping him onto a ladder as four colleagues looked on was posted on Facebook, sparking a flurry of jokes about the mystery man’s hosepipe.

Police did not have to force their way in and the man's clothes were later brought out by an officer in a plastic bag.

Mum-of-two Sam Walker, 47, said: "I couldn't believe it when I saw him on the ledge.

The girl seemed to have pushed him as he tried to get back in and closed the window on him so he couldn't get back in.

"He seemed to be holding onto the kebab shop sign but was stuck.

"Police turned up with a battering ram but it wasn't needed.

"The firefighters were trying to get him to come down the ladder but he seemed a bit reluctant.

"He was shouting: 'No, no' and seemed really out of it.

"But he came down in the end." Office worker Mike Kerr, 24, said: "It was crazy – the guy seemed to have climbed out.

"And then the girl seemed to have pushed him as he tried to get back in and closed the window on him so he couldn't get back in.

"She was obviously scared of him." Police detained the man and took him to hospital after firefighters handed him.

A Greater Manchester Police spokeswoman said the man is now being assessed.

A Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: “We were called to this incident at 3.09pm.

"A fire engine from Withington attended the incident and helped one male down from atop a shop signage by using a 9m ladder.



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"The casualty was left in the care of the police.” According to its website, Ladybirds is a “bijoux parlour” which offers elite five-star ladies who provide a “seductive and sensual massage” for either £50 for 30 minutes or £90 for an hour.

When confronted by The Sun, a worker at the parlour denied she knew anything about the bizarre incident.

She said: "We weren't on that day – we work different shifts."

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