Hollywood, California - Acting against his surgeon's medical advice to go home, rest up and avoid becoming aroused so that the stitches from his vasectomy would heal properly, Zac Efron instead went home with Vanessa Hudgens and began immediately rehearsing his part with her, using the new movie script from "High School Musical 3." Well, just as the surgeon predicted, Efron got excited during a steamy scene and busted his stitches, trying to bust a move on her.
So back to the emergency room it was, only this time with Hudgens riding along in the back of the ambulance with Efron flat on his back on a gurney.
Hudgens asked the emergency medical technician (EMT) if there was anything she could do to help ease Efron's suffering, while waiting for the pain sedative take effect.
The EMT handed her an icepack and instructed her to hold over Efron's injured area.
"She seemed a little hesitant at first, because of all the pain Efron was in," said the EMT. "I guess she was afraid she was putting him through even more pain because of the low cut dress she was wearing, which showed all her cleavage while she leaned over him holding the icepack. It was a very bumpy ride, too."
Nevertheless, Hudgens did as the EMT instructed, applying the icepack she held in both hands with firm, even pressure onto the swollen area and maintain it there until they got to the hospital.
When they arrived at the hospital, the EMTs immediately began unloading Efron, still laid out flat on his back on the gurney, from the back of the ambulance.
Apparently, that is when Hudgens realized that Efron's zipper was still down, according to an EMT.
"With both of her hands still holding the icepack maintaining even pressure, I guess she didn't want the paparazzi to get a picture of Efron's junk," said the EMT. "So she used the only thing she had available to try to zip up Efron's paints, her mouth."
Unfortunately, that is when a paparazzo took a picture through the ambulance's back bay window.
"I know what it looks like," said the EMT. "But I was there, and it was completely innocent. She really was trying to zip up his pants with her mouth and not doing that other thing that the tabloids are going public with."
"Thinking back on it now," said the EMT. "Maybe she did cause him more pain with that low cut dress she was wearing, but she sure looked good in it. I think it was worth enduring any amount of pain."
The tabloids have offered several thousands of dollars for an interview with any of the EMTs' but both have declined, pledging that, that is beneath them.
"We are in the business of saving lives," said the attending EMT. "We are not here to profit off the pain and suffering of others."