The Beatles race down the street and into a jewelry shop. The jeweller inspects Ringo's ring and claims that he's never seen anything like it. Ringo explains the situation to the jeweller and insists that he remove the ring in any way he can. The jeweller tries several different methods of removing the ring, as John and Paul look on. First, he tries to cut off the jewel with a blade, but the blade simply snaps in half. Then, he tries using "The Wheel," but the wheel breaks almost immediately. (Notice the close-ups of Ringo's hand during this scene - when "The Wheel" is applied to the ring, Ringo suddenly has a knobby, wrinkly, old-lady hand. It's a stunt hand!)
Meanwhile, George inspects the jeweller's shelves and display cases, and takes a few items for himself! If you watch George carefully during this scene, you can see him take several items and conceal them in his jacket. But George isn't the only criminal in the group - as Paul looks at his watch to announce the time, you'll see he is now sporting several rings on his right hand! (Visit Idle Hands for a more in-depth analysis of the Beatles' shoplifting ways!)
All of the jeweller's attempts to remove the ring are futile, prompting John to remark, "Jeweller, you've failed!" As the Beatles think about other professionals who might be able to remove the ring, Ringo suggests the fire brigade, because they once got his head out of some railings. He notes that he didn't want them to, because he "used to leave it there when [he] wasn't using it for school. You can see a lot of the world from railings."