Rouse the villages, tell them to bring torches!
A 101-year-old woman in China has baffled doctors after growing a huge goat-like horn on her forehead.
"[At first] we didn't pay too much attention to it," said Mrs Zhang's youngest son Zhang Guozheng.
Cutaneous horns are made up of keratin -- the protein found in fingernails -- and are typically seen in elderly people who have had prolonged exposure to sunlight.
"Now something is also growing on the right side of her forehead -- it's quite possible that it's another horn."
Hit the jump for two more shots, at least of which kinda looks like a bad pickle.
Woman grows 6cm horn on forehead [9news]
Thanks to Ross, who, NO YOU CAN'T KEEP THE HORN AFTERWARD, WHAT THE HELL'S THE MATTER WITH YOU?! It's mine.