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That's not a frog in my throat - it's much worse!

 

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Thai caption: Something scary stuck in his throat!

 

A Thai man woke from his nighttime slumbers and thought he must have a frog in his throat. 

 

The reality was much worse. 

 

"Chayanon A" started coughing violently and thought something was stuck down there. 

 

He reckoned it must be a string of spaghetti or perhaps some noodles that had got wedged in. 

 

No! He soon had the offending item extricated - a 6 inch tapeworm. 

 

Chayanon went to hospital armed with his discovery and naturally reported his experience on Facebook causing much comment. 

 

His comments should be a warning he said - he would be avoiding raw and uncooked foods from now on. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

 
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56 minutes ago, webfact said:

he would be avoiding raw and uncooked foods from now on. 

One guy that has finally seen the light. Join the Blues Brothers Club, Chayanon.

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1 hour ago, HuskerDo said:

"he would be avoiding raw and uncooked foods from now on.".... why people eat uncooked food is beyond me. 

Lazyness. Some people have to taste buds and consider eating a chore. Most are Brits though.

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could have been worse...  a ghekko dropping into open mouth, from the ceiling

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1 hour ago, tifino said:

could have been worse...  a ghekko dropping into open mouth, from the ceiling

Or your beer!

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53 minutes ago, Bundooman said:

Took us Brits less than one minute to recognise a tosser!

Thanks for your answer, you just saved me from a posting holiday 👍🙂 

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We take a worm tablet every 4 months Cost 27 Bht at any pharmacy.

Even a salad can give you worms & I love salad

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7 hours ago, cornishcarlos said:

Can't beat a good plate of tuna or salmon sashimi.. Freeze the fish first which kills any parasites 😉

The freezer at ones home isn't good enough for that,

 Parasites become a concern when consumers eat raw or lightly preserved fish such as sashimi, sushi, ceviche, and gravlax. When preparing these products, use commercially frozen fish. Alternatively, freeze the fish to an internal temperature of -4°F for at least 7 days to kill any parasites that may be present.   :jap:

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