Weirdest things found inside people – from eel up bum to ‘lost’ sex toy

News that a man ‘used an electric drill’ to remove a plastic ball stuck inside his anus made for uncomfortable reading.

The unfortunate bloke ended up undergoing surgery to remove the carpet cleaning ball that had been stuck up his bum for two days.

But weird tales of random objects being found inside body parts are not unheard of. Every year, NHS doctors remove over 300 'obstructions' from rectums alone.

Many people end up on the operating table as a result of a sex game gone wrong. And following their ordeals, most of the victims wanted to remain nameless – can't imagine why.

Here we take a look at some of strangest stories to hit the headlines over the years.

'Hide the silverware'

In 2009, Margaret Daalman decided to shun food and instead swallowed an entire cutlery set.

The 52-year-old was admitted to the hospital with searing stomach pains, and her X-ray showed she had consumed 78 forks and spoons which were clanking around inside her.

She underwent emergency surgery and, not surprisingly, doctors suggested she might be mentally unwell.

"She seems to have been suffering from some sort of obsession and every time she sat down for a meal she would ignore the food and eat the cutlery," one doctor said.

Lost where the sun don't shine

Rosiee Sunshine was left humiliated after losing a sex toy up her bum in a kinky sex game.

The unfortunate soul had to visit A&E to get it "fished out" after spending an hour trying to pull it out of her backside.

Rosiee revealed she had been experimenting with the device that measured 10.3cm from tip to base and 4.4cm wide.

Doctors conducted an X-ray and thankfully managed to manually remove the crystal embellished toy without having to perform surgery.

Worms on the brain

In 2008, a parasite known as a pork tapeworm wiggled its way into Rosemary Alvarez's brain.

The Phoenix woman started experiencing numbness in her arm and blurred vision and an MRI revealed the unwelcome resident inside her skull.

At the time, doctors said worms can come from eating undercooked pork or spread by people who don’t wash their hands after using the bathroom. Alvarez, who made a full recovery, offered the following advice after her ordeal.

“Wash your hands, wash your hands,” she told Fox 10 News.

Spud in vagina

A 22-year-old woman from Colombia took herself to hospital with excruciating stomach pains.

But a potato sprouting inside her vagina was actually the root of her problem

She told medics that she'd put the potato up there as a form of contraception because her mother told her it would stop her from getting pregnant.

But when it was left inside her, the potato began sprouting roots which grew into her reproductive organs.

Thankfully the team managed to remove it before it did any serious damage.

Desperate measures

A bloke could be left impotent for life after his desperate partner squirted expanding foam into his penis.

The 45-year-old unidentified man had tried inserting various objects into the opening of his penis, with the aim of staying erect during sex.

But things took an ugly turn when his partner tried to use the insulation spray to keep him hard.

He was left with several masses of foam inside of his penis and bladder.

Packing light

A Florida prisoner packed 17 tablets, a cigarette, six matches, one flint, one empty syringe with an eraser over the needle tip, a lip balm container, a receipt, and a coupon… all up his rectum.

How Neil Lansing managed to stuff all that in one condom before shoving it up his bum is anyone's guess. Must have been a super strong brand.

The bag of goodies was found during a routine search and he was charged with illegally possessing drugs and tobacco inside a county jail.

A fishy tale

In 2020, doctors pulled a 15-inch Asian swamp eel out of a man's colon after he was admitted with septic shock.

He said he inserted it still alive into his body via his anus to "cure his constipation."

As you do.

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