Wang Tianqing, a farmer from Zhangjiakouin city in northern China’s Hebei province, had a 2-centimeter rusted bullet embedded in his head for 23-years. The bullet was finally removed at a local hospital.
In 1988 Wang Tianqing, who lives in Zhangjiakouin city in northern China’s Hebei province, was knocked unconscious on his way home by a blow to the head.
“I thought I’d been hit by a slingshot,” said Wang. “I saw a man standing on a hill and thought he’d hit me.”
He woke up in a hospital bed, was given anti-inflammatory drugs by the doctors and sent home.
He started having epileptic seizures after the incidence which got worse over the next 23 years. Finally when he went to the hospital for cure for his seizures, doctors were shocked to find a bullet in his head during a CAT scan.