A BOY of four on his first trip to the park since lockdown got stuck in a tree — and was pulled out by a mystery rescuer.
Finley Ibrahim slithered into the trunk, with only his face and arms visible.
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Mum Lindsey asked a nearby family for help — and the dad leapt up and yanked him out at Eastham Country Park, Merseyside.
The full-time mum was originally ‘mortified’ by the incident, but has since seen the funny side and shared snaps of Finley stuck in the tree on social media.
Lindsey said: “I ran over, and I just spotted the top of Finley’s face, with a hand and an arm poking out, and I was mortified at the time, thinking ‘oh my word, what am I going to do’?
“I was embarrassed to ask [the dad] because of social distancing, so he had all the right to say no, but he found the funny side and offered straight away to help.
“He came over and the guy was like spiderman, he just sprang to the top of this tree trunk, he pulled him hard a few times and then Finley popped out the top.
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“Luckily the man was there, otherwise I don’t know what I was going to do. He was like a hero, but I didn’t catch his name.”
Lindsey thanked her boy’s mysterious hero when she posted photos of Finley’s rescue on a local community group’s Facebook page.
The post said: “Thank you to the man who came to my rescue when one of my boys got himself stuck in a tree today!! Life with boys hey xx.”
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