Apatin, Serbia, during the 60-year career as a stuntman, he has been taking 25,000 light bulbs, 12,000 forks, 2,000 spoons, plates 2600 and nearly 6,000 vinyl LPs. But at the age of 80 years he retired to eat metal for nearly died after choking on a bicycle pedal.
Branko Crnogorac (80 years), the man from Apatin in Serbia should stop eating strange food and retire after nearly died from choking on a bicycle pedal. Crnogorac challenged by friends to be able to spend a whole bike in three days.
“I almost died. I need emergency surgery. At the same time, doctors found two kilograms of iron goods on my stomach, including two gold rings,” said Crnogorac, as reported by Dailymail.
Beginning of the habits and odd jobs Crnogorac eat metal objects stems from the recommendation of a friend to eat the sand in order to combat the rising stomach acids.
“It turns out that I could do and I thought why not try (eat) something else,” he explained.
Start Crnogorac then eat whatever he could eat, including objects made of metal and glassware though.
“After 20 years, so eating everything, I realized I was not as strong as the digestive system first. So I decided to retire,” said Crnogorac.
People who eat strange foods such as soil, sand, lime, cigarette butts, lights, feathers and even droppings of animals diagnosed as suffering from Pica eating disease that is strange.
Pica is common in children, pregnant women and adults. Pica sufferers typically consume food that does not make sense. The cause is still not clear. But some researchers speculate that iron deficiency and anemia diet is triggered.
The use of drugs is only necessary if the patient has experienced Pica disorder or mental illness. Most important in treating patients with PICA is a medical treatment and psychological therapy.
But the case at different Crnogorac, he knowingly ate strange foods and not including PICA categories. Crnogorac only eat strange food while working to be a stuntman or challenged his friends.
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