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[Merged] Electrician develops star shaped cataracts

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AN electrician has been literally left seeing stars after suffering an electric shock that caused star-shaped cataracts to develop in his eyes.

http://www.news.com....r-1226810527289

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Gives new meaning to the term "Star Struck."

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That's really cool..thanks for posting

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yikes that is freaky!

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That's shocking. lol

Looks weird and awesome.

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This is a weird one :yes: See the pics!!

This incredible photograph shows a man who was left with stars in his eyes after suffering from a 14,000-volt shock.

The 42-year-old electrician from California, United States, experienced the shock after his left shoulder came into contact with the current. Four weeks later, suffering from reduced vision, he went to his doctor who found he had developed star-shaped cataracts.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2545880/Electrician-left-stars-eyes-suffering-14-000-volt-shock-body.html#ixzz2rcaybeFZ

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Freaky

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Freaky

Indeed. Just think, some people spend good money on eye changing contacts....

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REminds me of an energy shock received by two characters on Star Trek TOS

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