Teen Nearly Dies From Swallowing Magnetic Tongue Ring (Video)
Mar 08, 2011 18:54
Kids these days will do almost anything to look trendy; take for instance 13-year-old girl Lauren Garcia of Colorado, who bought a set of magnetic ball bearings to give the illusion of having a pierced tongue.
It was when Lauren accidentally ingested the accessory that things took a turn for the worse, as the powerful magnets began burrowing a hole right through the teen's intestines. Full story in the video report below:
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