ODD THINGS FOUND IN A HUMANS STOMACH
Added on: 18th Jun 2015
A man from China admitted himself to a hospital after reportedly
getting a live eel stuck inside him. The man inserted the 20-inch-long
Asian swamp eel into his anus after seeing it done in a porno and
had to endure an all-night surgery to have it extracted. Medical team
members reportedly said the eel, which was “simply trying to find its
way out,” it was alive when removed but died shortly thereafter.
Kaitlin Whipple’s swallowed the engagement ring that her boyfriend
Reed Harris placed in her frosty. After Kaitlin swallowed it, she was
incredulous and didn’t believe her boyfriend’s claim that he had
planted a ring in her frosty. Reed had to take her for an x-ray
to prove it.
Kong Lin, 27, had borrowed a four-inch long pair of nail scissors as
a toothpick after a meal. But as one of his friends told a joke,
Kong laughed – and promptly swallowed the scissors.
Michel Lotito is a French entertainer, famous as the consumer of
undigestables, and is known as Monsieur Mangetout (Mister Eat-it-all).
For his performance, Lotito consumes metal, glass, rubber and other
materials in items such as bicycles, televisions, or even a plane
(a Cessna 150 to be exact). The aircraft took roughly two years to be
‘eaten’. Lotito does not often suffer from ill-effects due to his diet,
even after the consumption of materials usually considered poisonous.
He apparently possesses a stomach and intestine with walls of twice
the expected thickness, and his digestive acids are, allegedly,
Taken in a prison in San Salvador, this surprising X-ray shows just how
much some people are willing to endure in order to stay connected.
A 62-year-old man with a history of psychiatric issues, went to the
emergency room in 2002 suffering from stomach pains. Doctors were
shocked when they discovered the reason for the patient’s soreness,
his belly contained around 350 coins ($650 worth) along with assorted
necklaces and needles. It was so heavy it had forced his stomach
down between his hips.
A 76-year-old woman visited a gastrointestinal specialist for stomach
related problems, including weight loss and diarrhea. An X-ray showed
a pen lodged in the woman’s stomach. When removed, the pen that had
been stuck in there for 25 years, was actually still usable.
X-rays from a Central Prison in Raleigh, North Carolina, showed items
such as bed springs that prisoners swallowed to gain trips to