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Falling Knife Sticks in Man’s Head

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In China, a man was taking a casual walk when he had to have the worst case of timing ever. He was walking under a high-rise apartment building when a five inch kitchen knife fell from the sky.

It actually fell from an eight floor balcony and stuck in his head.  Xiao Yunzhi didn’t even realize the knife was in his head until a street vendor pointed it out to him. The vendor noticed he was bleeding and pointed to the top of his head. The knife was stuck in the left side of his head but didn’t pierce his skull.

The owner of the knife left it in a flower pot on his balcony never thinking it would fall. The man belonging to knife has visited Xiao in the hospital and has paid some of his medical bills.

Telegraph.co.uk

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