Woman hospitalised after vagina-tightening rod snaps

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 06 Feb 2014

A YOUNG woman accidentally snapped the vagina-tightening rod she was using inside her and had to seek a month-long treatment after she came down with vaginitis and cervicitis (inflammation of the vagina and cervix respectively).

The 20-year-old from Hong Kong had to be admitted in a hospital for four days and only recovered recently after the long treatment, reported China Press.

A doctor said she would still be able to conceive in the future.

The girl said that her friend helped her purchase the herbal vagina-tightening rod from an online seller and that she had no problems using it for the first time but accidentally broke the rod when using it for the second time.

She complained of pain at her private parts several days later and went for an examination at the hospital. The chemical liquid that leaked from the broken rod was believed to have caused the inflammation.

> Major Chinese dailies reported that an Arabian man bought air tickets for all his 12 pet eagles for their journey from Casablanca to Abu Dabi.

The incident, which raised the eyebrows of many passengers, saw the man securing all his birds properly on steel brackets on each seat in the economy class while he travelled in the first class.

The eagles, which also have their global travel passports, behaved well and were rather quiet throughout the four-hour journey.

A Chinese netizen poked fun at the incident after it went viral online: “Would he dare come and show off in China? In Guangdong, you will see 12 eagles boarding and then 12 hotpots of delicacy arriving.”

> Several Chinese dailies also reported that Hong Kong veteran director and actor Wu Ma died of lung cancer on Tuesday at age 71.

His wife said that his health took a turn for the worse about 10 months ago when the cancer spread.

Refusing further chemotherapy treatment, he remained cheerful in spite of his deteriorating condition and made the most out of the time he had.

Born on Sept 22, 1944 in Tianjin, China, he migrated to Hong Kong in 1960 and began his movie career at the Shaw Brothers Studios.

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