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A YouTuber Risked His Life For A Prank And Firefighters Are Pissed

The internet needs to end.

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Jay Swingler runs the "TGFbro" YouTube channel, which has over 3 million subscribers, with his friend Romell Henry.

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The duo posts prank and challenge videos.

Here's how they describe their content in their own words: "We have no set content that we post, we just post anything retarded and cool that we wanna do."

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Lovely. Anyway, on Thursday the duo published a video called "I cemented my head in a microwave and emergency services came.. (nearly died)." It has over 1 million views.

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Station commander Simon Woodward explained it took the team an hour to remove the microwave.

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He said when his crews have to respond to calls like this, it takes away from their work saving people who actually need help.

In a response video, Swingler bragged his video was being covered by news outlets all over the world.

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"That's how you know you've done something right on YouTube," he said.

Stephanie McNeal is a social news editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

Contact Stephanie McNeal at stephanie.mcneal@buzzfeed.com.

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