A drunk 20-stone man fell 10ft over a wall and snored the whole time during his rescue by a fire crew and paramedics, oblivious to his ordeal.
Huddersfield Fire Station crew commander Shane Byrne said the drama began at midnight on Saturday in a wooded area off Longwood Edge Road, near to the Dusty Miller pub.
He said: "It was amazing, he didn't open his eyes the whole time and just carried on snoring during the rescue which took around half an hour.
"A male passer by raised the alarm and when we got there we had to cut down a number of trees and force a really old iron gate open. He was in his mid to late 30s and around 6ft tall.
"Eventually we managed to extricate him and place him on a board so an ambulance could take him to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary for a check up. I don't think he had suffered any injury."