Middle aged Liaoning man swallows 10-cm-long knife because he feels wronged by others; Saved without any harm after a whole day

Swallow knife

A sulky middle aged man from Shenyang, Liaoning province was saved one day after swallowing a 10-centimeter-long sharp knife.

It is difficult to understand anyone will swallow a 10-centimeter-long sharp knife, and it is even unbelievable that this human can survive one day after doing so.But that is just what happened to a ...   Full Story

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CCTV cameras

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Fake leaves

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50000 coins

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Surveillance camera

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My vagina says

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Photoshopped picture

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Singlehood discrimination

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Fake Tiananmen

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Toy bricks building

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Rooftop house

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Xiaosan

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Rumor monger

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Guardrail blown down

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Sinkhole

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Shenzhen Evening News

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Rooftop villa

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