Not worth it. Not even remotely.
A 16-year old Dover, U.K. teen had to be rescued by firefighters after she descended (about half-way) into a storm drain in a misguided attempt to fetch her Blackberry, which had apparently fell out of her pocket.
"I was talking to somebody and I went to put my phone in my pocket and it fell down the drain...I thought to myself, 'I'm not leaving this' and I jumped down to get it. I wasn't really even stuck, I just needed somebody to help lift me out but my mum got all panicky," she said.
"Stuck" or not, girl, you couldn't get out of the drain.
DOVER update: This is the teenage girl, who somehow became stuck in a storm drain in Eaves Road this evening. pic.twitter.com/EVsx1wPksA
— Kent 999s (@Kent_999s) April 2, 2014
— ITV News (@itvnews) April 3, 2014
You can't make this stuff up, folks.
As for the phone, well, it's broken. I guess it's time for an upgrade.
You gotta admire the girl's tenacity, I guess. I've gone to some fair lengths to save my phone from peril, so I can relate. If you're going to jump in a hole, however, just make sure you have the arm strength to push yourself back up. Or just say screw it and buy a new phone.
Image via Kent 999s, Twitter