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YouTuber celebrates Valentine’s Day by showing how to pick the lock on your c*ck cage

It took less than 60 seconds.

Feb 22, 2019, 8:16 am*

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Josh Katzowitz

If you find yourself locked in a cock cage on this Valentine’s Day and you want to free yourself but aren’t sure how, this YouTube lawyer has the answer for you. Even better, LockPickingLawyer has demonstrated for his 365,000 subscribers just how to unleash yourself from the sex toy by using only a condom wrapper.

First, an explanation: The cage is a device worn during a sexual encounter and is often used during BDSM play for male orgasm control. As Kinkly explains, the cages “prevent a man from getting an erection and therefore controls his ability to masturbate or have sex and orgasms. … Chastity devices are made from metal or plastic. They are locked with either padlock and key or numbered plastic tags. The plastic tags are numbered so that a Keyholder knows if they’ve been tampered with. Plastic numbered tags are often favored by those new to chastity or those enjoying chastity devices over long distance because they can be removed by the cage wearer in any emergency. Padlocks require the key to unlock. In an emergency, the options would be bolt cutters or a trip to an emergency room. Neither of these options are advisable or desirable.”

To say the least.

But instead of going to the hospital to remove the cage, LockPickingLawyer—who has previously shown us how to use an electric pumpkin saw to open a Masterlock—has a solution. Cut the side of a condom wrapper (taking care not to damage the product inside), fold it to give it added rigidity (the wrapper, not the body part you’re trying to free), and get to work.

After picking the lock rather quickly, LockPickingLawyer said, “Hopefully some poor imprisoned soul out there will find this information useful.”

The commenters certainly seemed to be impressed. “This would be a very awkward episode of Macgyver,” wrote one. Another said, “So let me get this right: You used a device for security to pick a security device. Brilliant!!!!!!!!!” Wrote yet another, “Absolutely embarrassing. Whoever designed this lock should be ashamed. A security device protecting such precious valuables must have a stronger core and at least a few security pins. Unbelievable.”

Yet, at least one person who watched the video was thinking clearly. As YouTuber anononomous wrote, “Yeah, but try picking it upside down in the cold and dark while covered in oil.”

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*First Published: Feb 14, 2019, 10:00 am