In a lawsuit in 2009, a man sued Pepsi when he supposedly opened a can of Mountain Dew, tasted something foul, and spat out a dead mouse. Pepsi’s legal team argued that it was impossible — Mountain Dew is acidic enough to dissolve any mice into goo. Pepsi won the case.
Hendrik Helmer from Australia, awoke a few nights ago to find that his ear canal had been invaded by a large insect. First he tried to suck it out with a vacuum cleaner, then to flush it out with water. But nothing worked. Finally, he was in so much pain that he went to the hospital, where doctors poured oil on the insect, a nearly inch-long cockroach, which pushed itself even deeper into Helmer’s ear before it finally died. Once the bug had stopped struggling, a doctor pulled it out with forceps.
A woman farted on a plane and tried to cover up the smell by lighting matches, causing an emergency landing.
Weirdly, people do eat their poo.
1/3 of all children, half of all adults, and 2/3 of all senior citizens have arachnids living on their face; a tiny eight-legged species live, mate, lay eggs, and decompose in or near human hair follicles eating our skin cells and body oils.
Parrot fish poop sand and, in areas with large populations, they have been known to create small islands out of their feces.
Red, blue, violet and green – a whole spectrum of colors regularly show up on urine tests in hospital labs. A worker in a hospital lab collected colorful urine samples from patients in order to create a urine rainbow. All the samples were unaltered, straight from the patients. “A mix between art and science.”
Italian artist Piero Manzoni pooped into 90 tin cans as an artwork, each containing 30g of poop. Each is worth 100k € today.
An ambulance was stationed outside a screening of The Human Centipede 2 as a joke, until a woman became so physically ill after viewing the film that actual paramedics were needed.
Frank Zappa made a quilt composed entirely of panties that were thrown on stage. He did not wash them first.