An Australian Rugby Player

  crosstrainer 14:09 17 Jul 2007
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Who has been complaining of headaches for the last four weeks, had failed to notice a TOOTH embedded in his forehead after a clash with an opposing player, who suffered a broken jaw in the incident.

FOUR WEEKS! How on earth can you fail to notice a tooth stuck in the front of your face?

  wee eddie 14:31 17 Jul 2007

Now if you'd said a Footballer I'd have been surprised!

  Jackcoms 15:20 17 Jul 2007

"How on earth can you fail to notice a tooth stuck in the front of your face?"

He is Australian. Nuff said

  Forum Editor 15:39 17 Jul 2007

I'm stuck for something to say.

  Al94 15:44 17 Jul 2007

It was actually almost four months click here

  crosstrainer 15:51 17 Jul 2007

yup...four months, the first news I heard said four weeks, and I thought that was long enough to discover that he'd been impaled on a tooth!

  crosstrainer 15:53 17 Jul 2007

Told me it could have been serious with teeth carrying germs..............Strewth mate!

  tullie 16:53 17 Jul 2007

If it was a footballer he could have had a full set stuck in his head,and wouldent have noticed.

  Jackcoms 17:07 17 Jul 2007

"if they didn't make sure there was nothing foreign in a wound before stitching it"

What? Such as a New Zealander or a Frenchman or an Italian, for example??

  Bingalau 17:42 17 Jul 2007

If it had been a New Zealander he would have soon spit him out...

  mrwoowoo 17:56 17 Jul 2007

surely with an impact like that, it would
dent-ure head. :~).

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