Man gets deodorant can removed from his stomach after shoving it up his bum
An Iranian man needed a deodorant tube pulled out of his stomach after sticking it up his bum.
The unidentified 30-year-old sought help two hours after inserting the canister into his rectum.
Doctors who treated him, and then published his tale in a medical journal, revealed he complained of agonising stomach pains.
He confessed that he had previously experienced an 'uncomplicated' rectal foreign body insertion, although it is not clear what object that was with.
Exams of his anus revealed no signs of trauma, bleeding or cuts.
But medics also couldn't find 'any part of the canister', the team wrote in the Visual Journal of Emergency Medicine.