The woman on the yoga mat called to me, “Help me. I’m stuck.’
She was on her left side, left hand holding her right foot, left leg drawn to her chest, threaded over her right leg. Despite this, she was very calm.
“What’s the matter?”
“I can’t get out of it.”
“What can I do?”
“Call an ambulance.”
“Looks painful. What’s it called?” I asked trying to comfort her.
“I don’t know. I saw it on Pinterest.”
It took eight-minutes for the ambulance to arrive.
“Let go of your foot,” the paramedic coaxed.
She did and her body came unravelled.