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May 01, 2012


Curiously, the man was unaware he had a taser dart in his brain and only went to hospital after he got home and noticed the dart sticking out of his head.

(Thanks to Jeffrey Brown)


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I would say he has a legal case.
Except that you have to be able to prove you had more damage after the event than before. And that could be a sticking point.

I'm guessing they did a brain scan and found nothing.

A true numbskull.

*snork* at Steve's "sticking point"

The question is: Should he try to get tazed again, and make sure he gets it in the left lobe? This way, he gets the "benefit" of a full lobotomy without any

maybe he was over at the assn for the blind...

But tasers are non-lethal, right? I mean, he didn't die or anything. What's he complaining about?

From the original article:

"There’s a moral in this story somewhere but damned if I can find it."

followed by a comment by Jim:

"The only moral to the story is that you do not put yourself in a compromising situation that could invite police intervention."

Must be one of those people for whom the brain is not a particularly vital organ.

But, on the bright side, he came back from the hospital with a vastly improved haircut.

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