The last thing that wart ever saw.
Sean Murphy, a 38-year old security guard from South Yorkshire, England, had an annoying wart on the 3rd knuckle (closest to the nail) of his left middle finger for five years. But one day, having had enough (frustration AND to drink), he decided to blow it off with a stolen 12-gauge shotgun at a local garden center. "JESUS -- how'd he even survive to 38?!" You've got me.
"I didn't expect to lose my finger as well when I shot it but the gun recoiled and that was it. The wart was gone and so was most of my finger. There was nothing left, so no chance to re-attach it."
He also landed in court for using an illegal firearm, and was handed a 16-week suspended prison sentence.
Murphy was told at Doncaster Magistrates' Court that the offence carried a maximum 15 year term.
But he said: "The best thing is that the wart has gone. It was giving me lot of trouble."
Hey, as long as its not bothering you anymore, that's the important part. You just better pray you don't end up with ass warts from a prison commode. I don't even want to know how he'd get rid of those, but my guess is sitting on an industrial fan. Don't forget to tape up your balls! (Relax, I've done this before)
Security guard tries to remove wart from finger with a shotgun [yorkshirepost]
Thanks to Peter, who shaves with a ninja sword and isn't afraid to get down on some DIY surgery.