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Man makes beer in his stomach

A man has managed to make beer in his own stomach thanks to a bizarre and rare medical condition. Many men have beer guts made by drinking too much booze, but this Texas man was different. The 61 year old found himself continually feeling drunk even when he hadn’t consumed any alcohol. He would be

Slug stuck in vagina

A woman has been reported to have got a slug stuck in her vagina after pruning her roses. This bizarre medical mishap comes courtesy of a doctor writing anonymously in Vice. The female doctor who goes by the pseudonym of Dr Mona Moore says of the bizarre incident: I know this sounds like a lot

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Man grows nose on forehead

This bizarre photo is of a Chinese man growing a nose on his forehead. 22 year old Mr Lian, from the FujianProvince, damaged his nose in a car accident in 2012. He couldn’t afford reconstructive surgery at the time and subsequently his nose got infected and further ate away at his cartilage. So now surgeons

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Penis amputation for man who overdosed on Viagra

A Colombian farmer has had his penis amputated after deliberately overdosing on Viagra.   In an attempt to impress his new girlfriend, 66 year old Gentil Ramírez Polanía, took so much Viagra that he ended up in hospital after complaining of a painful erection that had lasted several days. Overdosing on Viagra, is extremely dangerous

Fish found living in boy’s lung

Indian doctors found a fish living in a 12 year old boy’s lungs. Dr. Pramod Jhawar, a chest specialist who removed the fish said that it was the first case of its kind he had come across in 20 years – and that the fish put up a great fight. The boy, Abnil Barela went

Man has a toe as his thumb

A British man has swapped one his toes for  a thumb after he lost his original in a carpentry accident. James Byrne, 29, had his big toe grafted on to his hand after he severed his left thumb while sawing through a piece of wood last December. Surgeons had first tried to sew his original thumb