Firefighters were needed to rescue a child trapped in a public toilet in Skegness this afternoon (Saturday).
A crew from Skegness fire station was called out at 4.29pm to a report of a child locked in a public toilet.
A fire service spokesman tweeted that crews used ‘small tools’ to get into the cubicle and release the child.
This comes only a few days after crews in Skegness were called out to remove a ‘loose toilet seat’ from around a two-year-old’s shoulders.
A crew from Skegness had been called to the incident last Sunday at the town’s Butlin Close and released the child from the seat, confirming the youngster suffered no injuries.