A 29-year-old man went to the hospital after 15 hard-boiled eggs ruptured his gastrointestinal wall. The problem is, unidentified man didn't eat the eggs, he got them into his intestines by stuffing them the wrong way up a one-way street. The man was reportedly under the influence of drugs when he shoved the 15 hard-boiled eggs up his butt.
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It all started when the man, who was under the influence of the common date rape drug GHB, was boiling the eggs with his partner. When they were finished cooking and peeled, he decided to put them into his butt. That was a bad decision. He soon complained of stomach pains and went straight to the hospital.
A doctor at the hospital said, "Upon arrival, the patient had tachycardia [a heartbeat of 120 beats per minute] and tachypnoea [29 rapid breaths per minute]. Physical examinations showed abdominal guarding over the entire stomach." Upon carrying out a CT scan, the doctors suspected abdominal sepsis. They soon found a perforation of the pelvic colon and a huge amount of air and fluids in his abdominal cavity.
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Instead of just getting the eggs out the way they went in, doctors had to perform an emergency laparotomy. The surgical procedure requires a large incision through the abdominal wall to gain access to the abdominal cavity and sow the perforation closed. During the procedure, doctors removed the eggs, rinsed the gastrointestinal wall and sewed him back up.
"After the operation, the patient was monitored in intensive care for a short time," one of the doctors said. "After several days he could leave the hospital in a clinically good condition."
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