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Man Attempts To Remove His Hemorrhoids With Sword, Goes Terribly Wrong

Mr. Kao, 54, called into work with the unforgettable excuse, “I can’t come into work today. I have a sword stuck in my bum.” He was attempting to treat what he thought was hemorrhoids, with a toy sword.

nFrom Chris Murphy 01634 686 515nA man who apparently thought he had haemorrhoids was rushed to hospital with a sword up his bum after trying some bizarre home surgery.nHe told medics that he was initially too embarrassed to just turn up for treatment for the condition on his bottom.nBut he ended up on the local news as he allowed cameras in to the treatment room as a warning to others.nHe told doctors that he wanted to remove his own piles and tried to do so with a miniature, but razor sharp sword.nIt didn¿t go well, pretty much thanks to the bizarre position he needed to be in to reach around and slice off the blood-filled globules.nHe inevitably slipped and the blade shot up his bottom passage.nThe 54-year-old man was working in Hangzhou City, China, and said he had been suffering from haemorrhoidal pain for a decade.nBut rather than go to a hospital, he decided to take matters into his own hands and remove the haemorrhoids himself using a small sword.nDoctors at the hospital are now urging others not to try similar home treatments and to get professional help.nIt seems on the 15th of this month, he could no longer take the sharp pains in his anus and decided to try to cut out his haemorrhoids himself.nA short time later, he phoned in work telling staff: ¿I can¿t come into work today. I have a sword stuck in my bum.¿nThe sword was some type of key chain measuring about 10 centimetres in length. It was a type of broad fantasy-style scimitar that had a few pointed parts that could easily hook into flesh.nThe co-worker went to his home and rushed the injured chap to the Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital to have the blood soaked sword removed.nWhile the blade stabbing was not exactly an Excalibur moment for doctors as they battled to pull it out, it was an amazing moment for news crews who happened to be on scene for another far more boring story.nThe man, who has not been named, wasn¿t exactly too forthcoming with replies, an exchange with a reporter es

Unfortunately for Mr. Kao, he slipped and caused the fantasy weapon to slide up his rear. He was rushed to the Run Run Shaw Hospital in Hangzhou City, China where he was met with a slough of reporters and questions.

nFrom Chris Murphy 01634 686 515nA man who apparently thought he had haemorrhoids was rushed to hospital with a sword up his bum after trying some bizarre home surgery.nHe told medics that he was initially too embarrassed to just turn up for treatment for the condition on his bottom.nBut he ended up on the local news as he allowed cameras in to the treatment room as a warning to others.nHe told doctors that he wanted to remove his own piles and tried to do so with a miniature, but razor sharp sword.nIt didn¿t go well, pretty much thanks to the bizarre position he needed to be in to reach around and slice off the blood-filled globules.nHe inevitably slipped and the blade shot up his bottom passage.nThe 54-year-old man was working in Hangzhou City, China, and said he had been suffering from haemorrhoidal pain for a decade.nBut rather than go to a hospital, he decided to take matters into his own hands and remove the haemorrhoids himself using a small sword.nDoctors at the hospital are now urging others not to try similar home treatments and to get professional help.nIt seems on the 15th of this month, he could no longer take the sharp pains in his anus and decided to try to cut out his haemorrhoids himself.nA short time later, he phoned in work telling staff: ¿I can¿t come into work today. I have a sword stuck in my bum.¿nThe sword was some type of key chain measuring about 10 centimetres in length. It was a type of broad fantasy-style scimitar that had a few pointed parts that could easily hook into flesh.nThe co-worker went to his home and rushed the injured chap to the Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital to have the blood soaked sword removed.nWhile the blade stabbing was not exactly an Excalibur moment for doctors as they battled to pull it out, it was an amazing moment for news crews who happened to be on scene for another far more boring story.nThe man, who has not been named, wasn¿t exactly too forthcoming with replies, an exchange with a reporter es

Luckily, doctors were able to remove the blood-drenched sword, but the news they had for Kao was a bit shocking. It turned out that he just had an itchy bum and no hemorrhoids at all! What a pain in the butt!

nFrom Chris Murphy 01634 686 515nA man who apparently thought he had haemorrhoids was rushed to hospital with a sword up his bum after trying some bizarre home surgery.nHe told medics that he was initially too embarrassed to just turn up for treatment for the condition on his bottom.nBut he ended up on the local news as he allowed cameras in to the treatment room as a warning to others.nHe told doctors that he wanted to remove his own piles and tried to do so with a miniature, but razor sharp sword.nIt didn¿t go well, pretty much thanks to the bizarre position he needed to be in to reach around and slice off the blood-filled globules.nHe inevitably slipped and the blade shot up his bottom passage.nThe 54-year-old man was working in Hangzhou City, China, and said he had been suffering from haemorrhoidal pain for a decade.nBut rather than go to a hospital, he decided to take matters into his own hands and remove the haemorrhoids himself using a small sword.nDoctors at the hospital are now urging others not to try similar home treatments and to get professional help.nIt seems on the 15th of this month, he could no longer take the sharp pains in his anus and decided to try to cut out his haemorrhoids himself.nA short time later, he phoned in work telling staff: ¿I can¿t come into work today. I have a sword stuck in my bum.¿nThe sword was some type of key chain measuring about 10 centimetres in length. It was a type of broad fantasy-style scimitar that had a few pointed parts that could easily hook into flesh.nThe co-worker went to his home and rushed the injured chap to the Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital to have the blood soaked sword removed.nWhile the blade stabbing was not exactly an Excalibur moment for doctors as they battled to pull it out, it was an amazing moment for news crews who happened to be on scene for another far more boring story.nThe man, who has not been named, wasn¿t exactly too forthcoming with replies, an exchange with a reporter es

Is this just guy who was embarrassed about a poor choice of sex toy? d