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The 14 Craziest Objects Ever Found Inside People

This is a collection of the craziest objects ever found inside people. Who knew a complaint of a stomach ache could be so sinister – and, let’s face it – hilarious. From an inmate with over 30 objects found up his rectum, to lawyers with weird fetishes, to a woman who ate an entire set of cutlery, here are the weirdest things ever found inside people complaining of “inexplicable” stomach pains. Seriously, what the hell.

This list will leave you marveling at the wonders of the human mind, wondering why on Earth these people would condemn themselves to such a strange a memorable fate. Not your average party story, once you see this list of craziest objects to be found inside people, there won’t be much left out there to shock you.

1

A Loaded Gun

Photo: Kingsport Police Dept.

When you’re headed for jail, the last thing you want is to commit a felony that adds years and years to your sentence, right? Well, apparently no one told 21-year-old Dallas Archer, of Tennessee, that the LOADED GUN she stashed in her lady parts would do just that. When she was booked in jail in 2014, she presumably figured that would be the safest place for a loaded weapon.

Instead, she has been charged with introducing contraband into a penal facility and will serve several years in prison. As a bonus, the gun was stolen, only adding to her charges.

If you think that’s bad, you won’t believe where someone found this knife.

2

Man Tries to Fish Out Vibrator with Salad Tongs, Is Unsuccessful

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[Obligatory salad-tossing joke]

An anonymous male individual (can’t imagine why this stallion would want to remain nameless) took a trip to the emergency room after a particularly gruesome vibrator and salad tongs incident which I’m sure everyone learns during their first day of medical school.

The gentleman in question used a vibrator which unfortunately got stuck. Unsurprisingly, he was too ashamed to go to the emergency room because he’s human. Naturally, the next step was to try and correct the problem himself by fishing the vibrator out with his best salad tongs… and failing.

After this humiliation, the man finally turned himself over to medical professionals, and they were able to extract both the tongs and the vibrator, for a small fee of tens of thousands of painful, life-ruining dollars.

3

An Entire Cutlery Set. No, Seriously, An ENTIRE Set

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Margaret Daalman, a Netherlands native, was admitted to the hospital with searing stomach pains, and her X-ray showed that the problem was probably either a giant squid eating her insides, a sideways Bart Simpson head, a mutated pineapple, a facehugger alien or, rather, an entire set of forks and spoons (nearly 78 utensils total) that she swallowed.

Why did she eat them instead of use them to eat food? Who the f*ck knows. I personally am much more interested in that sweet squid X-ray. But, I guess if you’re interested in what is wrong with the woman: the operating surgeons and attending medical professionals on the case theorized that the Daalman was suffering from pica, a disorder that is rare among pregnant women that causes them to crave non food items. Sufferers often consume dirt, metal, trash and, most likely, McDonald’s.

An. Entire. Set. Kinda brings a whole new light to “hide the silverware.”

4

30 Magnets Inside an Indiana Child

The eight-year-old in question swallowed nearly 30 magnets and other chunks of metal, perhaps with the misconception that they were candy, singlehandedly ruining whatever brand of magnet that was for all the smart kids who know that cold, hard and metal doesn’t mean “snack”. God only knows why she was drawn to them or why they attracted her.

Magnets attract each other, and are specifically dangerous because their pull can destroy stomach lining, major organs and also ruin blood flow patterns (which, ICP, is how they work.)

The girl was forced to undergo major surgery to remove the magnets, which were all in different stages of digestion.

Her father repeated how shocked he was at the incident: he said his daughter got A’s and B’s, and that he and her mother had taught her “not to do stuff like this.”

SOLUTION TO THIS PROBLEM: Magnet companies, please start making child safety magnets that kids won’t eat… by making all your magnets look like vegetables. You’re welcome.

5

Florida Inmate Packs 30 Items for Prison

Photo: Police Mugshot

To be exact, he packed 17 Oxycodone pills, 1 cigarette, 6 matches, 1 flint, 1 empty syringe with an eraser over the needle tip, 1 lip balm container, 1 condom, 1 CVS receipt, and a coupon… in his rectum.

The most impressive thing about this feat however is that he stuffed all of those objects into a condom. What brand is made to survive that kind of packing? If that information got out, it would have been great publicity.

Sneaking stuff into prison happens quite often, but this is really the biggest, most varied, grab-bag of goodies ever to be almost sneaked in. It really would’ve made for quite the decadent first week. Also, there was another condom in there… just in case. If you’re going to make some sexual changes in prison, you might as well be safe about it.

 

6

A Cement/Enema Mix is Found. Yes, This Happened.

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People in their early twenties are generally not the best rational decision makers, but this homosexual couple took it to a whole new level.

During a particularly heated moment in their lovemaking, the patient’s boyfriend poured enema fluid mixed with concrete mix into his lover’s rectum, and the stuff hardened and nearly ruptured some crucial butt-anatomy (which is doctor talk for the stuff in your butt.)

He explained to the admitting doctors that he had laid flat on the ground and lifted his legs up at a 45 degree angle (feel free to try it), and allowed his lover to pour the mix into his rectum through a funnel – which every self-respecting American has in their sex kit.)

The mass had to be surgically removed, but, luckily, the patient’s boyfriend stayed with him through the entire procedure. Love comes in all shapes and sizes, but is maybe not so effective in the form of enema liquid, especially when it’s mixed with concrete mix – that is unless you’re building a parking lot.

7-Inch Body Spray Found Up Lawyer’s Rectum

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A 39-year-old lawyer was recently admitted to a university teaching hospital because he shoved a ladies’ perfume bottle so far up his rectum that he couldn’t remove it himself, even though he had been able to remove it on previous occasions (we’ve all been there, though, haven’t we?)

The perfume was called “Impulse Body Spay,” which actually seems to have worked on this lawyer. The bottle measured 3 cm by 17 cm, and emergency room doctors had to sedate the man with spinal anesthetic and remove the “rectal foreign body” (yes, that’s what it’s called in medical terms) with their bare (sterilized, gloved) hands.

The man’s rectum swelled up like a happy birthday balloon at the supermarket, but eventually the procedure was successfully performed.

He was offered, but later refused, psychological counseling after the incident. The picture on the left shows the man’s perfume-filled rectum, while the picture on the right is of a man who shoved a d***o up there. A 20 cm by 4 cm d***o. That’s like a 7.8 inch penis. The average is 6 inches. This man had an entire bottle in his rectum larger than most male penises.

8

60 Year old Man (For)Gets his Rocks Off with a Glass Bottle

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A 60 year-old-man was admitted to the hospital with what doctors termed “perforation peritonitus”, or “some serious ass damage” for those of us who aren’t doctors yet.

At the time, the admitting physicians decided that the butt destruction was a “rare spontaneous occurrence.”

A year later, the same old man hobbled into the hospital, yet again, and complained of bloody diarrhea, stomach pains and, well, not being able to walk because his ass was so inflamed. After further examination, it was discovered that the man’s butt did not just magically explode, but rather he had shoved an entire glass bottle all the way up there at some point.

How the hell do you forget that you did this? “Hmmm, why do I have this excruciating pain in my rectum? Let’s see, what did I eat? I had some tuna, a steak sandwich for dinner last night, a light breakfast, some wine, I shoved an entire glass bottle up my butt, I had some fat free Dreyer’s… nothing really seems to stand out.”

The doctors surgically removed the bottle, and the patient made a full recovery, unfortunately for that town’s gene pool.

The picture of the man on the table is the patient right before his laporatomy. No word yet on whether he’s come in again or not….

9

Bullet Shells: What a Low Blow

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An ex-soldier managed to bring the throws of war right to his own body by creating a dangerous suppository — clearly an invention that would rival renewable energy or even real-life Iron Man armor.

Apparently he used a shell to get the bullet all the way up his rectum, because it probably seemed like a good idea at the time.

The World War II veteran suffered such bad hemorrhoids that they would get stuck in the seam of his underpants as he walked, kind of like when you have long leg hair and you wear boxer briefs. You know it happens. Imagine that with hemorrhoids (the bathroom is that way ===>).

In order to alleviate the problem, he always pushed the hemorrhoids back up with the artillery shell from an antiaircraft gun, because the hemorrhoids were his mortal enemies.

On one occasion, however, the shell got stuck, which forced him to rush to the ER.

Directly before the removal operation, one of the doctors casually asked, “It is spent, isn’t it?” “Oh, no!” said the man. “There’s enough ammo in that shell to blast a Messerschmidt out of the sky.”

The surgical team was forced to notify an army bomb squad. Yes. A BOMB SQUAD.

After the bomb squad arrived, the team members built a lead box around his anus and defused the shell before removing it, making this guy’s body into an awesome potential weapon of slightly remarkable destruction.

Worst part: what if you ran into one of the guys whose job it was, whose salary is paid by tax payers, to diffuse the potential explosive you’d shoved up your ass? Awkwaaaaard.

10

Coke! But Not The Drug

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This 60-year-old man claims that “thieves” shoved the entire Coca-cola bottle in his anus (insert breaking and entering joke here) showing us that sometimes, when people tell you exactly where to shove something that sometimes, just sometimes, they will be taken at their word.

He was constipated for days, probably because the entire bottle of Coca-cola was kind of in the way, and was eventually admitted to the hospital.

Medical records indicate that the doctors had to use a number of tools to get that refreshing beverage out of there, including extra long forceps and some sort of creepy vacuum from hell. No bomb squad was called for this incident, despite how shaken up the Coke was (about the whole thing).

11

A 1.5 Ton Plane: Michel Lotito, Mister Eat it All

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Alright, so either European food is actually this bad, or people just need to find better hobbies.

Michel Lotito, a French native, regularly consumes massive objects like a 1.5 ton plane, an entire car tire, multiple wine glasses, and crushed light bulbs. Medical examiners have studied Lotito’s digestive and circulatory systems at length, but they haven’t come up with an answer for how on earth he is able to consume all of this machinery.

He has a specific clenching and unclenching method for his Esophagus and other soft tissues to be able to handle the stress, but my question is, WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT!? He drinks water, and uses the bathroom frequently during meals.

IMPORTANT: If the Terminator/Skynet apocalypse ever happens, this man will be our only hope. This guy is the urban myth that all robot parents scare their robot kids with when they’re misbehaving or not following protocol

Click here for the full news report.

12

So This Guy Literally Inhales His Wendy’s

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John Manley, who really earned his last name with this one, had suffered with long term lung problems, from pneumonia to uncontrolled fits of coughing to turning blue in the middle of a public place and passing out.

Of course, instead of seeking emergency care, Manley decided to ignore the problem in the hopes that it would go away just like everything else does (this is a flawless plan).

After one too many public fainting incidents, Manley was finally feeling not-so-manly, so he decided to go to the hospital with what looked like a tumor on his lung: turns out, the thing was a growth on a piece of a Wendy’s fork that Manley had accidentally inhaled during a meal at the fast food chain.

It was a golden, gorgeous, plastic Wendy’s fork: the old school kind that was gold and shiny. They don’t make ’em like they used to. Hell, he could probably sell it on eBay. Worth it!

13

Caution: Your Body Isn’t a Purse

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Lawyers seem to have a real problem with losing things up their butts, most likely while looking for that “stick” everyone keeps telling them about.

A Georgia lawyer was apparently showering with his cell phone (was it water proof?) and managed to slip on a tile and fall against his dog (normal!), and plop right on top on his ringing cell phone.

Really, the worst part of the ordeal other than the forced intrusion is that the phone was ringing. Also, this gives a whole new meaning to the butt-dial.

During the removal surgery, the phone continued to ring, three times in fact, so the surgical team regularly stopped in order to try and silence the ringing and laugh their asses off.

It was successfully removed, but(t) one can’t help but(t) wonder: did he have an embarrassing ringtone? Cause if so, boy would his face have been red.

14

20 Cobblestones in Chinese Woman’s Stomach

Photo: Christopher Najewicz/Flickr

In 2006, a young woman from Foshan, China swallowed more than 20 cobblestones after a fight with her boyfriend, most likely while trying to pave roads to a new emotional beginning.

She assumed her digestive system would naturally flush the stones out of her stomach, but the stones stayed lodged for several days after the incident – cos nobody’s ever heard of passing stones through your system as something that’s painful, right?

She experienced intense pain and (deserved) discomfort, and was constantly disturbed by the stones knocking against one another when she would walk or move. Maybe she got too many complaints that when she walked it sounded too much like a billiards club.

After a trip to the hospital, she underwent surgery to remove them, after, of course, consulting an online medical database – because those are always perfectly accurate.

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