Philippine surgeons cheer after removing a 6 inch body spray canister from drunk patient’s rectum

If you ever get a burning desire to stick a canister of body spray up your butt hole, don’t do it in the Philippines. If you need surgical intervention to get it out, someone may shoot a video of it and put it on the web.

From Liveleak.com comes this report of a surgery where doctors, nurses, and other onlookers are heard laughing and cheering as they perform the surgery to remove the canister.

If you ever get a burning desire to stick a canister of body spray up your butt hole, don’t do it in the Philippines. If you need surgical intervention to get it out, someone may shoot a video of it and put it on the web.

From Liveleak.com comes this report of a surgery where doctors, nurses, and other onlookers are heard laughing and cheering as they perform the surgery to remove the canister.

April. 16, 2008
MANILA, Philippines
A video posted on the internet showing Philippine doctors laughing while removing an object from a patient may lead to charges against the surgeons and cost them their medical licenses, officials said Wednesday.

The nearly 3-minute video of a noisy operating room shows doctors and nurses laughing, giggling and cheering.

At one point, a hand appears with a cell phone camera taking a close-up picture of the surgery.

As a doctor gingerly pulls out the 6-inch long canister from the male patient’s rectum, someone shouts, “Baby out!” amid loud cheers.

The doctor then removes the canister cap and sprays the contents toward the crowd of nurses and doctors viewing the procedure.

Full article and video here: Be warned that the video is graphic in nature.