Oh owww... that's a classic.
I was on a houseboat up the sandy straits with my wife about 12 years ago. Thought I'd go and pump some yabbies on a nearby bank at Gary's Anchorage. Wife was fishing out the back of the houseboat. I landed the tinny on the bank and went to step out. Very soft mud. My leg went up to my thigh in it. The other leg was still in the boat, but on the side. I was straddling the boat. I couldn't get back in the tinny without flipping it. I didn't want to send the other leg into the mud. A bit of current flowing to add to the humour. It took me a good 5 minutes I reckon to work out how to lie my body down the side of the boat and roll myself back in. During this time, my wife caught a whiting and gleefully asked me to come and unhook it.... I remember being very happy to be back on that houseboat. Looking back now I know I should have just spun it round and got in over the transom,, but you don't think straight in those situations.