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Man Has Whistle Removed From Body

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"A Chinese man can finally breathe easy after doctors removed a whistle that was stuck in his body for 15 years. Liu Yougang breathed a sigh of relief after doctors finally located and removed the instrument he swallowed as a child.

The 23-year-old’s act of madness had led to problems with his breathing and resulted in him making whistle sounds as he slept, according to the Chengdu Commercial Daily."

Full article: http://metro.co.uk/2014/03/08/liu-yougang-china-man-gets-whistle-removed-from-body-after-15-years-4476178/

Dogs would follow him everywhere and women were always slapping him, I heard.

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15 years is an insane amount of time to have left it for. I was wondering why he left it so long but it says " the doctor did not find it in his body." Still he took a long time to ask about it again.

http://www.globaltim...ml#.UxtFJ84ngdX

The whistle is also a plastic one, it says. It's good they got it out...at last.

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"A Chinese man can finally breathe easy after doctors removed a whistle that was stuck in his body for 15 years. Liu Yougang breathed a sigh of relief after doctors finally located and removed the instrument he swallowed as a child.

The 23-year-old’s act of madness had led to problems with his breathing and resulted in him making whistle sounds as he slept, according to the Chengdu Commercial Daily."

Full article: http://metro.co.uk/2...-years-4476178/

Dogs would follow him everywhere and women were always slapping him, I heard.

El, in the parlance of the southern US - "you ain't right" :w00t:
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Well good for him. My kids never swallowed anything, but my son did put sixlets up his nose once.

(sixlets are small round chocolate candies with a hard shell. think m and m's but smaller)

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Dogs would follow him everywhere and women were always slapping him, I heard.

You forgot to mention he was a notorious whistleblower.

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You forgot to mention he was a notorious whistleblower.

You just had to do it, didn't you? haha.

I remember shoving a BB up my nose as a kid. Regretted it instantly.

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I am so relieved this story did not go where the title insinuated it was going.

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