A Chinese man who sexually aggressed upon an eel had an unpleasant experience when the creature’s survival instincts kicked in, landing the unnamed man in the hospital after the eel injured hum during the act.
The Chinese man’s unnatural eel lovin’ came to light via a blog post (in Chinese) written by an anonymous doctor in China. In it, she explains that the man, 39, was drunk and apparently in the mood when he got the clever idea of substituting an eel for any other number of things with which to be penetrated.
And as you can imagine, this inspiration backfired badly. Translations of the doctor’s blog indicate that the incident, which occurred in the Shunde, Guangdong province, came to light when the “unmarried man rushed to the nearest accident and emergency unit for medical assistance.”
Reportedly, the Chinese man’s eel erotic leanings took a horror movie turn when he complained to staff:
“Please, please help me. The eel is moving through my body.”
As with many sexually lurid tales, the story of the Chinese man and the eel isn’t entirely verifiable — the doctor’s blog indeed has images of an eel in a surgical bowl with a bloody cloth, but no identifying information given the fact the allegations involve a dude boning an eel.
The eel — which was 20″ long and weighed half a kilo — was still breathing when it was finally extracted from the man’s rectum. But a short time after the animal succumbed to its ostensible injuries, and it’s probably safe to assume nobody turned it into sushi.
Of the Chinese man’s eel fetish, a member of the medical staff reportedly said:
“The eel was simply trying to find it’s way out … It was still alive when we got it out but it died soon afterwards, which was probably a mercy … This was a particularly idiotic stunt and could have caused him a serious injury. Eels have small but very sharp teeth.”
Police in Guangdong also confirmed the Chinese eel sex story, saying:
“We are aware of what happened and a 39-year-old man will be interviewed over alleged animal cruelty.”
A similar eel sex scandal was reported in New Zealand in 2012.