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By Ben Cost. January 22, am Updated January 22, am. In Southeast Asia, the fish spear you. Muhammad Idul, 16, was fishing with his family in the waters off Wakinamboro village when a school of needlefish — a marine creature with a long snout and tack-like teeth — started jumping out of the water, CEN reports. Idul got a closer look than intended when one of the creatures hopped into his boat and stabbed him in the throat with its sharp snout, knocking him into the water. Fortunately, Idul was able to swim back to the vessel and walk home with his unfortunate piercing still lodged in his neck. However, it was so firmly embedded that the teen had to be transferred from a Southeast Sulawesi hospital to a facility in Makassar for emergency surgery. Fortunately, Idul is said to be in stable condition, and will remain under observation in the hospital for three to four days to prevent any infections, says anesthesiologist Syafri K Arif.
When Mark Haskell Smith joined a naturist cruise, he was alarmed by the brazen display of saggy, baggy and dangly bits. So, how did a 'cottontail' cope amid those bronzed bottoms? And why were his fellow 'nakationers' gawping at his manhood? Finally he said, " The announcement was still reverberating through the ship when the scrotum airing began in earnest; shorts and shirts dropped to the ground and penises dangled in the south Florida sun. Permission had been granted.
When the family saw the boy did not resurface, they called for and a search on water, land and sky began to find the boy around the Latta Plantation. First responders from multiple cities came to Mountain Island Lake to assist in the search. Multiple dive teams covered the water a helicopter overhead surveyed the area as crews on the ground searched for the young boy. Suthard says there are families out here enjoying the beautiful day today. He advises anyone out on the water to wear a floatation device. Crews are still out their searching for him now.