pop out of

pop something out of something

 and pop something out
to release something from something so that it jumps or bursts out, possibly with a popping sound. Sue popped the cork out of the champagne bottle. It took a little effort to pop the cork out. She popped out the cork with a quick tug.
See also: of, out, pop
References in classic literature ?
A black body would pop out of the companion, bang would go Saxtorph's rifle, and down would go the black body.