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Having a rough day?

Spare a thought for Daniela Liverani, 24, from Edinburgh.

Ms Liverani believes she picked up the leech in Vietnam or Cambodia, but even when she felt it moving up and down her nostril, she thought it was a blood clot. She told BBC Radio Scotland: “Your initial reaction isn’t to start thinking, oh God, there’s obviously a leech in my face.”

Woman finds three-inch leech in nose after South East Asia trip (BBC News Scotland)

(Pic: Caters/BBC)

(H/T: Paidraic Ryan)

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21 thoughts on “Face Invader

  1. Mr. T.

    Reminds me of the spiders nest in a guy’s head. Didn’t realise what it was until they all hatched all over his face and head and woke him up with a tickling and crunching in his mouth.

    1. phil

      If thats the same story in the first chapter of a book called ‘The damage done’ about a drug smuggler in a Thai prision , its horrible, when I read it , I threw the book across the room and didnt pick it up again ….

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      She turned out to be not a leech-boiler – which is far worse than a bunny-boiler I’m reliably informed.

      1. Domestos

        There’s another leech/bunny-boiler joke in there somewhere, possibly seasoned with a little Gone Girl “social commentary”.

  2. bisted

    …if you found this interesting I can recommend a film called ‘Slither’…if however, you found this even mildly repulsive I can recommend that under no circumstances should you watch a film called ‘Slither’.

  3. Leo

    Hang on a second…. Seeing a long dark yoke wriggling out of her nose she thought ahh it’s just a blood clot…

    WTF?! Just a Blood clot?! Like that’s a typical thing, blot clots hanging out of your face?!

    What kind of blood clots does this woman get normally??!

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