Skip to comments.Woman Hospitalized After Being Glued To Toilet Seat at Home Depot.
Posted on 12/07/2013 8:19:04 PM PST by gooblah
According to an incident report filed at the Banks County Sheriff's Office, a woman found herself glued to a toilet seat after using the restroom at the Home Depot store in Banks Crossing last week. Someone allegedly put glue on every toilet seat in the women's restroom. Unfortunately, the woman didn't realize this until she was already stuck.
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Ugh, oh no she didn’t... Reason #758 not to sit!
wait a minute didn’t this happen like 10 years ago?
I hate when that happens.
Considering the number of cameras in the store they should be able to narrow down the perp, that and fingerprints on the package. Sick bastards.
Yes, it did — that was my first thought, I went checking the date right off! I can’t remember the story behind it. Here it was a prank, Loctite (TM) on every seat (durable AND versatile!).
She became an attachment.
Didnt she put paper on the seat before sitting, otherwise..ewwwwwwwwwwwwww
First thing they need to do is check security cameras and see if she visited the glue isle beforehand.
How long does it take glue to dry? I call BS.
It was most likely this lady who did it.
Super glue would have dried within a minute of application on each of them.
I thought women ‘hovered’ over public commodes.
Who doesn’t have sense enough to cover a toilet seat in a public restroom?
Jeeze, we live around such stupid people these days. This one got an education the hard way.
Super glue drys to skin in about 5 seconds.
Hopefully it's a lesson that will stick with her.
I am new ,what does bump mean.
“Didnt she put paper on the seat before sitting, otherwise..ewwwwwwwwwwwwww”
Glad us guys don’t have to worry about that! At least most of the time!
It either means “I agree” or someone is basically pinging it so they can find it on their “my comments” page later.
I mean, somebody puts glue on the seat, then some time later somebody sits on it. Wouldn’t the glue be dry by then?
On the count of three
If no one came out of the Shetarea within the time it takes for Crazy Glue to dry, as recorded on the security cams, the the glue butt did it.
Hope they removed the seat at the hospital after an x-ray. That could render a nice family picture of twins.
Yep. Our gym instructor called squats "the New Jersey Turnpike Bathroom" exercise.
Brings to mind the image of a woman lying on her stomach in a hospital bed, the profile of a toilet seat on her butt, plainly visible through the bed sheet.
Who sits in something wet and gooey on a toilet and doesn’t immediately get up????????
No way to ask her who did it as her lips are sealed.
LOL yep very true
My wife and one of her coworkers described it to me. It’s something like the opening move in a Sumo wrestling match. Thigh quads quivering, pantyhose down. I hope to never be involved in another conversation like that one ever again.
:) Awwww, Gee, I wish I would have thought of that one.
Or at least pre flight that thing.
I never cease to be amazed at the times when in an office/public restroom I notice someone go into a stall and within a second or two of the stall door closing hear them sit on the toilet. No chance they papered or even cleaned the seat before sitting on it.
It’s good stuff to seal small cuts.
Ever since college I have to swipe the seat with the back of my hand before I sit down. Always. Even at home. College was almost thirty years ago. :-)
These hens these days just don’t know how to build a birdsnest anymore.
Acetone will dissolve it without the drama of transport to the ER with a toilet seat glued to your butt. Nail polish remover will do fine.
Ladies look at the damn seat before sitting down.
As a guy I always look no matter what.
but as you almost certainly know he wasn’t glued to the toilet. :)
One word: “Hover”
When the Free Republic was 'new', whenever a post received a response, that post was 'bumped' to the top of the listed posts - irrespective of when it was first posted. Thus the phrase 'bump to the top,, or 'BTT', or 'bump'. It probably has been at least ten years since this was last the case, but 'bump' remains in the lexicon. Probably now more of a marker when someone wants to check our the post later.
Can you spare a tube of glue remover?
I won’t use a public toilet unless it’s an emergency.
“I mean, somebody puts glue on the seat, then some time later somebody sits on it. Wouldnt the glue be dry by then?”
No, it acts like a time delay adhesive when a rather thick layer is used.
“In general, cyanoacrylate is an acrylic resin that rapidly polymerises in the presence of water (specifically hydroxide ions), forming long, strong chains, joining the bonded surfaces together. Because the presence of moisture causes the glue to set, exposure to normal levels of humidity in the air causes a thin skin to start to form within seconds, which very greatly slows the reaction.”
Then when bare skin hit it, it bonds instantly.
Really I mean how much of a rush are you in if you sit on a public toilet, feel something wet and slimy on the seat and stay there for 2 minutes so the glue can cure?
Just remember ladies, hover like a sumo wrestler and you won’t sit in pee or have your butt cheeks welded to the jakes!
Abigal Van Buren
From the grave
5 seconds or less. The instant reaction to jump up is tempered by the instant pain of skin being ripped off one’s butt.
If y’all think super glue takes a long time to cure, get some super glue and some acetone based nail polish remover. Put a tiny bit of glue on the inside of your pinky and ring fingers, touch them together ever so briefly and see what happens. You will soon know why I also suggest having acetone handy.
You will also understand why superglue has surgical and battlefield medical use.
I welded a few to the pillows back in my prime but never to a crapper seat in some store’s can.
No...Butt...it would have been a good way to remove her from the seat. :)
True but there is a product (Jet DE-SOLV) debonding agent. Used to loosen and remove cured cyanoacrylate adhesive from skin and other places inadvertently stuck together. Manufactured by CARL GOLDBERG Products LTD, 4734 W CHICAGO AVE Chicago Illinois, 4734 W CHICAGO AVE, Chicago, Illinois 60651, USA.
I bought a 1 FluidOz bottle some years ago and it still works great. I've never found any thing else that dissolves CA. The above manufacturer is still in business but does not have a web page. I don't know if they still make the DE-SOLV but I'd certainly give it a try if you use CA and tend to stick your fingers into the broken crockery.
PS When I was looking for a product that debonded CA I checked with local hospitals emergency rooms and yes, getting your tush stock to a toilet seat is a fairly common occurrence, and they didn't know of any chemical that would loosen the CA, their accepted method was slowly slicing the bond line with a razor blade. I would no recommend that.
PPS No, I don't get a sales commission.