Four-year-old Melbourne boy gets stuck inside a Chupa Chup tin

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A mother was forced to call emergency crews to help rescue her four-year-old son after he became stuck in a Chupachup tin. 

Alessio Caruso had been playing in the large lollie tin at his home in Melbourne on Wednesday when he became wedged in the small space. 

His mother Sheree Caruso tried for 20 minutes to pull the boy from the tin but he would not budge.  

She then had to make a desperate triple-zero call for help.

A mother has shared a hilarious image of her four-year-old son stuck in a Chupachup tin

A mother has shared a hilarious image of her four-year-old son stuck in a Chupachup tin

Alessio Caruso had been playing in the large lollie tin at his home in Melbourne on Wednesday when he became wedged in the small space

Alessio Caruso had been playing in the large lollie tin at his home in Melbourne on Wednesday when he became wedged in the small space

Fire fighters, paramedics and even police officers showed up at the home to help the trapped little boy. 

After 15 minutes fire fighters managed to free little Alessio.

‘They squashed the tin as much as they could and then used a belt to slowly move his legs up so he was eventually able to move them,’ Ms Caruso wrote. 

Images shared on Facebook  by Ms Caruso show a tearful Alessio standing in the Chupachup tin. 

‘How’s everyone’s Wednesday? Mines great.. I had to call emergency services and tell them my son is stuck in a Chupachup tin. Never. A. Dull. Moment,’ she captioned the post.

Fire fighters, paramedics and even police officers showed up at the home to help the trapped little boy

Fire fighters, paramedics and even police officers showed up at the home to help the trapped little boy

'They squashed the tin as much as they could and then used a belt to slowly move his legs up so he was eventually able to move them,' Ms Caruso wrote

‘They squashed the tin as much as they could and then used a belt to slowly move his legs up so he was eventually able to move them,’ Ms Caruso wrote

She later wrote that little Alessio was doing just fine after being freed from the tin.

‘I felt like the biggest idiot calling emergency being like ”ummm I don’t know who I need but my son is stuck in a chupachup tin”.’ 

She said the emergency crews were ‘had a good giggle about it, especially the two young cops that rocked up’.

Many people were left entertained by the post, writing how the pictures had made their day. 

Ms Caruso told the Herald Sun her son probably climbed into the tin due ‘lockdown boredom’.

‘I think because we’ve been home so much that’s why he’s been using his imagination and playing with everything available to him. But this is certainly the first time this has happened. ‘

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