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article imageWoman in China kills man in unusual way

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By Nicole Byerly
Apr 30, 2012 in Odd News
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Whoever said unarmed people are not dangerous never met this Chinese lady. An argument over a parking spot lead to a full-blown fight last week in China as an unidentified woman rode her scooter to pick up her child from school.
The woman pulled her scooter up to a parking place in front of a local store, but the 42-year old store owner did not want her to park there. The two argued over whether or not she could park there, until the fight escalated and the woman called her husband and brother who showed up to fight the shopkeeper.
The two men attacked the shopkeeper in a full on fist fight, and at some point during the fight, the woman reached up and grabbed the shopkeepers testicles and continued to squeeze them until he collapsed to the ground. The man was taken to the hospital for treatment, but died sometime later.
Is this truly the reason the man died? He died because his testicles were squeezed during a fight?
One reporter asked San Diego's Sexual Medicines Director, Dr. Irwin Goldstein, if it was possible for a man to die as the result of having his testicles squeezed. Dr. Goldstein reports "Yes, the testicles are exquisitely sensitive to touch and there is a huge release of adrenalin when there is excessive force applied to these organs. Testicular pain is referred to the lower abdomen, mesenteric plexus, and causes men to stop abruptly what they are doing, lie on the ground, close their eyes and bend their knees .A heart attack could certainly result from severe testicular pain from squeezing.”
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