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She had no choice but to confess to Mr Smyth, who bravely helped lower her out of the bathroom window into the gap between the houses in an attempt to retrieve it - which is when she got stuck.After getting wedged upside down in the gap, she had to be rescued by firefighters who were called to Smyth's house in Bristol.Mr Smyth wrote: 'I'm not complaining, they did what they had to do.Problem is, I've been quoted north of £300 to replace the window.'As a postgraduate student, that is a significant chunk of my monthly budget (in fact, that is my monthly budget).'Mr Smyth has turned to the internet for help to raise £300 to repair his broken window - a target which has now been exceeded.As I read through them (and apologies that I could not fit them all into one column), the immortal words of Richard Brautigan came to mind -- the coda to a story about a woman who wreaked romantic havoc in the lives of many of his friends.
The self-proclaimed amateur gymnast had been for a romantic meal at Nando's with student Liam Smyth, 24, before they went back to his place in Bristol for a nightcap.Firefighters were called when she became stuck between in the gap trying to retrieve the excrement Mr Smyth wrote on his Go Fund Me: 'Instead, it opens into a narrow gap of about a foot and a half, separated from the outside world by another (non-opening) double glazed window.It was into this twilight zone that my date had thrown her poo.He said: 'If the window is not replaced my landlord may well kill me, so you would be literally helping to save a life.'More than 280 people and dug deep for the cause in one day, with more than £2,000 raised.But all the money will now be donated to charity after companies offered to replace the glazing for free.