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royalswin100games
04-20-2008, 12:37 AM
Man too drunk to notice knife in back


Friday Apr 18 10:11 AEST
By ninemsn staff







A drunk Russian man rode home on a bus, slept like a log and ate breakfast before his wife alerted him to a 15cm knife in his back.
Yury Lyalin, 53, had been drinking the night before the grisly discovery, when his colleague who had also been drinking stabbed him during an argument at work.

But the kitchen knife went unnoticed until after Mr Lyalin awoke the next morning at work, took a bus home and helped himself to the fridge. After Mr Lyalin's wife called the ambulance surgeon Viktor Belov treated the lucky electrician.
"By good fortune, it had gone through soft tissue without touching vital organs," he was quoted as saying in the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper.
In a further bizarre element of the event, Mr Lyalin said he felt no resentment towards his knife-wielding colleague.
"We were drinking and what doesn't happen when you're drunk?" he said.
But a deputy prosecutor in the city of Vologda was not so sympathetic, saying the attacker faced a "severe punishment".



He must have medicated himself pretty well. :toast2:

hermhater
04-20-2008, 01:12 AM
I read the same thing at one time, but this quote was different...


"We were drinking and what doesn't happen when you're drunk?" he said.


I think I smell another joke on the press.

Remember that one I posted about the goat being traded for the wife?

It was a fake.

I got April Fooled.

royalswin100games
04-20-2008, 01:13 AM
I read the same thing at one time, but this quote was different...




I think I smell another joke on the press.

Remember that one I posted about the goat being traded for the wife?

It was a fake.

I got April Fooled.

This was an Aussie news site, I don't know.

tornadospotter
04-20-2008, 02:57 AM
Man too drunk to notice knife in back


Friday Apr 18 10:11 AEST
By ninemsn staff







A drunk Russian man rode home on a bus, slept like a log and ate breakfast before his wife alerted him to a 15cm knife in his back.
Yury Lyalin, 53, had been drinking the night before the grisly discovery, when his colleague who had also been drinking stabbed him during an argument at work.

But the kitchen knife went unnoticed until after Mr Lyalin awoke the next morning at work, took a bus home and helped himself to the fridge. After Mr Lyalin's wife called the ambulance surgeon Viktor Belov treated the lucky electrician.
"By good fortune, it had gone through soft tissue without touching vital organs," he was quoted as saying in the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper.
In a further bizarre element of the event, Mr Lyalin said he felt no resentment towards his knife-wielding colleague.
"We were drinking and what doesn't happen when you're drunk?" he said.
But a deputy prosecutor in the city of Vologda was not so sympathetic, saying the attacker faced a "severe punishment".



He must have medicated himself pretty well. :toast2:
To not feel a kithen knife, dang a dull blade, that was some good stuff he was on!

I read the same thing at one time, but this quote was different...




I think I smell another joke on the press.

Remember that one I posted about the goat being traded for the wife?

It was a fake.

I got April Fooled.
I would hope that, or this is one drunk russian.

hermhater
04-20-2008, 03:06 AM
He was Bulgarian.

Canada
04-20-2008, 09:02 AM
I have a friend who got stabbed with a corkscrew and didn't know it. We had a bit to drink that nite too.

tornadospotter
04-20-2008, 12:23 PM
He was Bulgarian.
Russian!

hermhater
04-20-2008, 02:07 PM
I have a friend who got stabbed with a corkscrew and didn't know it. We had a bit to drink that nite too.

That's messed up dude!

Leave the corkscrew at home when you come to the opener!

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Russian!


The story about the guy who traded his wife for a goat was Bulgarian!

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