Bet that hurt…

Red-faced man gets iron rod stuck up his bottom – his excuse is even more bizarre

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    That poor man!
    Now don’t think I’m going soft because I don’t make fun of the man with a few feet of rebar jammed up his backside (because normally I would), but no injury that violent was from recreation. That was straight-up misadventure.
    Now can someone tell this ignorant American what the heck “spend a penny” even means?
    It sounds like he going to spend a lot more than a penny.

    • tom_billesley

      spend a penny = take a whiz

      • Xavier

        That is an old Victorian expression that harks back to the days of British colonialism.

    • AlanUK

      Any particular reason why you think he is American? Link says he’s from North India. He’s one lucky man to be alive!

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Oh, I don’t think he’s American at all.
        I was talking about myself not knowing what that phrase “spend a penny” meant.

    • ntt1

      british pay toilets cost a penny a pee.

  • Poor guy. Anyone who has experienced sudden horrible pain can imagine what he felt.

  • mobuyus

    Looks like the usual subcontinent paypack for buggering someones little brother or son.I have no sympathy for gay love gone bad.

  • ntt1

    this looks like a labourer type injury . probably from a third world work site where exposed uncapped rebar is common. as a cast concrete building rises the rebar is left exposed to allow the next story to be spliced onto it. any minor fall on such a work site has the potential to result in impalings like this one.