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13 Year Old Boy Gets USB Cable Stuck Up His Willy... Prepare To Cringe

By Nadine / jeudi 12 juillet 2018 10:00
The mother of all FMLs... Mostly for us, because we can't stop picturing it.

An unnamed 13-year-old Chinese boy who claims he was 'curious' about his genitalia inserted a USB cable so far up his penis, that it got stuck. The boy inserted the cable about 20 centimeters up his urethra and and it knotted in his bladder. 

When the boy arrived at the hospital, doctors tried to use lubrication to pull the cable out, but were unsuccessful and the boy was left in intense pain. He was transferred to the Harbin Children’s Hospital the next day. 

Talk about your fun-time gone wrong! This kid is going to have penis issues for a while.

"He cut off one end of the cable and inserted it into his urethra [...] The cable reached his bladder, where it tangled and ended up in a knot, so when he tried to pull it back out, it became stuck." Doctor Xu Liyan, the hospital's resident urologist, said.

The doctor had no choice but to operate on the boy. 

Doctors cut into his bladder to find the knotted cable, cut off the tangled section and removed the remaining cord through his urethra. The boy was discharged 2 weeks later. 

It's safe to say his curiosity has been satisfied.  

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  chubbear  |  14

Dude, the kid is only 13, 13 year old kids do dumb shit. It doesn't mean they grow up to be dumbass adults.
But I see you have, basically saying you wished this boy would have died. That's downright awful.

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  MamaChey  |  22

Agreed with the teenagers part, but the dumbass who posted above is 29. 29 y.o. are (not all, but more often than not) the fools who think they’ve got life figured out...then in their 30s they actually start “getting it”

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  DragonMaiden7  |  15

I have to let you in on a little secret; Doctors are supposed to SAVE lives, not take them. So your “Let stupid kids die” idea, is pretty much against a doctor’s Hippocratic oath.

Fucking degenerate.

By  d3rpb0t  |  8

How? Just... how??? Did he use some sort of lubricant to insert it (let alone get it that far in)? Even with that in mind, I still can't see how something that thick went in. I'm almost impressed that he (likely) powered through some level of pain to get it that far.

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  d3rpb0t  |  8

I'm well aware. What I meant was that he did this on his own. I can't be sure, but having a catheter inserted doesn't sound all too pleasant, even when it's designed for that purpose and done by trained professionals. This on the other hand was a snipped cord (which depending on how it was cut, might've had metal fibers sticking out), put in by someone completely inexperienced.

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  MamaChey  |  22

I work in the medical field. People do actually self-insert catheters all the time, however the are trained to do so by medical professionals and certainly don’t go anything close enough to go inside the bladder.

By  Madrias  |  34

Sounds almost like a typical computer story: Plugged in, turned on, and immediately needing help to fix the problem you've caused.

Yes, USB cables carry data, and DNA is human data, but that's not the right way to download yourself into your computer.

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