A construction worker in Prince George's County, Maryland got stuck in the mud at jobsite.
Between snow and rain, then ice cold, bone chilling temperatures followed by spring-like, warm days - the result of this weatherly confusion can lead to some nasty mad pits.
A construction worker in Prince George's County, Maryland, fortunate enough to still be employed during the off-season, recently experienced an embarrassing incident. Due to the heavy, almost non stop rain in the area, the job site which is located in College Park turned the ground into a pool of thick, sticky mud.
John Buonassisi along with his co-worker began walking around the site and both of them quickly realized they were sinking. Buonassisi ended up getting into a far worse situation than other man.
In no time at all, he was completely stuck up to his thighs in the mud. He was unable to move the lower half of his body. The co-worker also got stuck but was able to pull himself free.
Firefighters arrived to dig Buonassisi out and pull him to safety. Aside from being tired and a little humiliated, Buonassisi was perfectly healthy.