LED Technician Lights Up Survival Odds, Thanks to Unusual Airbag

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In a stunning turn of events that has left the survivalist community in awe and biologists scratching their heads, an LED technician miraculously survived a helicopter crash, all thanks to his unusually large appendage.

Tommy ‘One-Sock’ Kozumel, a 35-year-old LED technician known for his work on some of the biggest rock concerts in the country, was in a helicopter crash while traveling to his next gig. When rescuers arrived on the scene, they were baffled to find Kozumel not only alive but relatively unharmed. The secret to his survival? His prodigious ‘manhood.’

“When the helicopter started spiraling, I knew I was in deep trouble,” Kozumel shared in an exclusive interview. “I was wearing my seatbelt, but I knew that wasn’t going to be enough. Suddenly, it occurred to me that I had a built-in airbag.”

“I’ve always been…well endowed, but I never thought it would actually save my life.”

Tommy Kozumel

As the helicopter crashed, Kozumel’s ‘natural airbag’ provided the necessary cushion to protect him from the deadly impact. Not only did it save him from crushing his vital organs, but it also created a protective space in the wreckage, allowing him to breathe until rescuers could extract him.

Experts are still trying to understand how exactly Kozumels’s appendage could withstand such pressure. Dr. Ima Blushin, a leading biologist, suggests, “There’s a theoretical possibility that an organ of such size could contain enough air or fluid to create a cushioning effect. But this is a first in recorded medical history. This case will definitely be lighting up biology textbooks for years to come.”

The survivalist community is also intrigued. “Who needs a parachute when you have a parachute in your pants?” said survival expert Bear Grylls. “This is truly a one in a billion survival story.”

From now on, Kozumel will not only be known for lighting up stages, but also for his shining example of bigger actually IS better.

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