Friday, February 13, 2009

KNIFE IN HIS BACK

Lately, one man's senses were so dulled that he failed to notice a knife stuck in his back by a colleague. This is the case of a factory electrician, who was stabbed by the building's security guard as they were having a drunken argument. Passing out at a the factory, the man awoke the next morning and attempted to resume his work duties, but was sent home by his superiors due to his inebriated state. No one noticed the 15-centimeter (six-inch) blade stuck between his shoulders. He was only alerted to the knife in his spine when he went home and his wife noticed it.

Very strange indeed, ha!


6 comments:

Pit said...

Parang halloween ha! Namanhid na siguro ang katawan dahil sa alak ha ha!!

Rene said...

Siguro nga kaya di na naramdaman ang saksak yaikk! Ganuon ba talaga kapag nalalasing!

Bay Martin said...

@ Pit

I have no idea if alcohol numbs our body. All I know is that
each time we drink, red blood cells are killed by the toxic effect of alcohol. Three drinks actually kills as many platelets as the body produces in a given day. As these red cells and platelets float in the system, the body absorbs some and re-uses the components to make new blood cells. However, as the body is doing this naturally each day, the additional die off caused by alcohol cannot always be absorbed. Some of these cells will begin to aggregate in small vessels, particularly the capillaries, slowing or actually stopping circulation in some of these finer vessels. This may cause damage to the nerve endings, the heart, and muscles. This condition is known as "sludge" and is irreversible.

Bay Martin said...

@ Pit

I have no idea if alcohol numbs our body. All I know is that
each time we drink, red blood cells are killed by the toxic effect of alcohol. Three drinks actually kills as many platelets as the body produces in a given day. As these red cells and platelets float in the system, the body absorbs some and re-uses the components to make new blood cells. However, as the body is doing this naturally each day, the additional die off caused by alcohol cannot always be absorbed. Some of these cells will begin to aggregate in small vessels, particularly the capillaries, slowing or actually stopping circulation in some of these finer vessels. This may cause damage to the nerve endings, the heart, and muscles. This condition is known as "sludge" and is irreversible.

Bay Martin said...

@ Rene,

Ask yourself 'coz you drink ja ja ja!

Rudd said...

The wounds must be superficial!