Sydney firefighter comes to rescue of Mandurah woman in emergency shoe incident


Lee Sieracki was fortunate her shoe mishap happened with Sydney firefighters around.
Lee Sieracki was fortunate her shoe mishap happened with Sydney firefighters around.

MANDURAH’S Lee Sieracki was thrilled when a New South Wales firefighter saved the day after she had a shoe blowout this morning.

Mrs Sieracki is visiting Sydney and her new sandals broke.

Lucky for her, she was walking past some firefighters attending a fire alarm at the time.

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“This gorgeous firey insisted on being my Prince Charming and gaffer taped the broken sandal up for me so I wouldn’t get my foot dirty,” Mrs Sieracki said.

“He even insisted on me leaning on his shoulder while he did his handiwork… who am I to disobey?”

Many women shared their shoe mishaps on Mrs Sieracki’s Facebook page.

Mrs Sieracki said playing the damsel in distress was all about timing.