There is a giant, marble vagina on the grounds of Germany's Tubingen University Institute of Microbiology. If you are an American exchange student and someone dares you to climb into said vagina, you should not take that dare. You will get stuck. And then someone will have to call the fire department saying that you are "stuck in a stone vulva." That would be really embarrassing for you.
The student who learned a hard lesson in proper lubrication had to be rescued by 22 firemen—who drove in on five firetrucks flanked by a number of paramedics—and who did not need any tools or implements to free the man. They just used the "pull out" method.
"The fire department was not really amused, and he was really embarrassed," Guzman said.
The sculpture has been on the campus for 13 years and was commissioned for $173,000 from Peruvian artist Fernando de la Jara. It is called "Pi-Chacan," which roughly translates to "making love" in English.