Illyanna De La Keur went to the Banks County store with her sister and brother-in-law the day before Thanksgiving, and she is still couch-bound nearly two weeks later because of her painful and embarrassing ordeal.
"I'm a grown woman who can't even sit up," De La Keur said. "I was stuck probably over an hour."
De La Keur's sister shot video of the paramedics working to free her. After a few attempts left her screaming in pain, De La Keur was finally freed when the rescue crew used WD-40 to release her rear end. The painful process left her with ripped skin, several wounds and lots of questions.
"I couldn't understand why they weren't just taking me to an emergency room and having a doctor remove it," De La Keur said.
"She wasn't in her right state of mind to OK an experiment on her. It worked, but I don't think she should have been there," said De La Keur's sister, Aleera Canino.
A Home Depot representative said a third party is now handling the case.