“This poor deer obviously thought he could get through the railings and down into the nearby woodland, but he was wrong,” Kristy Ludlam, an inspector with the RSPCA, said in a press release. “When I arrived I found the roe deer stuck in the metal rails, with the front half of his body through, but it was his hips that had got caught and he just wasn’t able to free himself. He really needed some help.”
After assessing the situation, Ludlam determined that there was no way she would be able to free the deer on her own, as she would need help cutting through the thick metal bars. She contacted South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue, who were able to come out and help her free the very confused and slightly embarrassed deer.