To the people in the USA: if you are going to watch this movie, do not attempt their actions. I don’t want my money going to helping you get out of handcuffs because you thought it would be fun to try. This is just wrong.
London (CNN) – You could call it the other “Fifty Shades of Grey” effect.
Firefighters in London are concerned that there could be a “spike” in emergency calls from people stuck in handcuffs and other sex toys after watching the new “Fifty Shades of Grey” film, released worldwide this week.
It would seem that E L James’ bestselling erotic novels have inspired more people to experiment sexually with sometimes embarrassing — and painful — results.
London Fire Brigade says that incidents where sexual adventurers get trapped in cuffs and rings have been steadily increasing year-on-year since the first “Fifty Shades of Grey” book was released in 2011.
But it’s not just embarrassing, it’s expensive.
The brigade reports that each incident costs British taxpayers at least $452 (£295) and estimates incidents have cost a total of nearly $615,000 (£400,000).
Read more: CNN