WATCH: Male radio presenter experiences the pain of childbirth live on air

Heart FM presenter Thom Evans found out what women go through giving birth after experiencing labour live on air.


by Fiona Day |
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Giving birth has always been an experience exclusively endured by the women of the world.

Until now that is.

Radio presenter Thom Evans changed into a hospital gown and was hooked up to a machine which simulated the pains of childbirth.

As the machine started to work its magic and simulate the early stages of labour, Thom winced in pain and told his fellow presenters: ‘It’s like a really heavy pins and needles.’

‘Is this near the end of labour?’ he asked, hilariously.

Cutting to further down the line, poor Thom is struggling.

‘It’s coming in waves!’ he screams, before begging: ‘Give me some gas or something.’

He even experienced some rather unpleasant side effects of his labour pains.

‘I’m breaking wind and I can’t help it,’ he cries.

He’ll be going home and giving his mum a MASSIVE cuddle (and a big thank you) we reckon!

Watch the hilarious clip below:

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