Toy dart end has been stuck in Camberley man’s nose since childhood and now, at the age of 51, he reunited with that part of a toy by sneezing it out. Surrey citizen, Steve Easton, was shocked when following a sneeze he felt something make its way into his left nostril
Toy dart end has been stuck in Camberley man’s nose since childhood and now, at the age of 51, he reunited with that part of a toy by sneezing it out.
Surrey citizen, Steve Easton, was shocked when following a sneeze he felt something make its way into his left nostril and than after few moments of uncomfortable sensation he saw how it slowly revealed itself.
Mr Easton couldn’t work out what was it until he phoned his mother, Pat, and then all stood in its places. She remembered how some rubber sucker got lost more that 40 years ago.
When the incident happened, Mr Easton was at home in Camberley playing a computer game, but a very strange sensation forced him to retrieve that thing from his nose and examine it.
People were really interested in the rubber sucker. It became an object of people’s curiosity, which Steve carried around with him but had later been thrown out.
Mr Easton said during his life he was able to smell or blow the nose normally and nothing had changed as far as he can concern. He also added that he isn’t the first human being to suffer such a situation, but because of the duration for more that 40 years, it seemed to be really fantastic.
At the age of 7 or 8 Easton’s mother had taken him to hospital, suspecting that he had just swallowed the sucker from the dart, but X-ray didn’t show anything of that kind, so his mother wasn’t even aware whether he had got rid of it naturally or whether it was still inside him. But now, after years of mother’s worrying, she can be calm because since all that time, it had suddenly shown up.