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torek, 18 januarja, 2022

Coin removed from man’s nose after being stuck for more than 50 years

by A.P.

A man has finally had a coin removed from his nose after it was stuck for more than half a century.

The 59-year-old unnamed Russian man was aged just six when he wedged the money into his right nostril. He was ‘too scared’ to tell his ‘strict’ mother about it and then later ‘forgot,’ local media reported.

The man apparently managed to live for the next fifty years unimpeded by the blockage until recently stared complaining he could not breath at all in his right nostril.

He went to hospital and was given a scan which showed the unexpected object in the nasal passage.

Rhinoliths – stones in the nasal cavity – had formed around the coin, constricting his ability to breathe.

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