Boy rescued from vending machine SHEBOYGAN, Wis., Jan. 5 (UPI) -- A 7-year-old Wisconsin boy has learned the hard way vending machines only accept money and not arms and heads. The Sheboygan Press reported the unidentified youngster, waiting while his father used a pay phone, became fascinated with a machine in which players maneuver a grabber-claw to snag a stuffed animal. The boy decided to snag an animal by crawling up through the dispensing chute, and promptly became stuck. The fire department was summoned to extract they boy. His rescuers decided not to smash the machine, but told the boy to be patient until a locksmith was found. To spare him embarrassment, firefighters moved the machine to the back of the Piggly Wiggly store for the hour-long wait. The boy was released unharmed, but reportedly was desperate to find a washroom. Store managers declined to comment on the incident, but said the store would probably get rid of the game because of the mishap.