Reports of a mobile phone which was successfully removed from the stomach of a prisoner who had swallowed it after several swallowing it emerged online eliciting mixed reactions.
According to the source, a Surgeon from Kosovo had successfully removed a small mobile phone from a 33 years man who was serving his sentence in Kosovo prison.
The prisoner was admitted to Pristina university hospital, gastroenterology clinic after he complained of a stomachache. Upon assessing him, the surgeon realized that a cell phone was in his stomach.
An endoscopic procedure was done without citing his stomach and it was removed from the stomach. The doctor said that the man was lucky since the cell had not leaked corrosive substances into his stomach, it could have been dangerous.
It is not yet known why he swallowed it for the past four days but the prison wardens believe that the phone might have been smuggled into the prison. The investigation is still pending.
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