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January 23, 2024
Student Parties With A Bullet In His Brain, Took Him Four Days Before Realizing He Had Been Shot In The Head
Partying is not uncommon in a college experience. For many students, the pursuit of pleasure is one of the most important things and a lot of the time, people end up in risky situations.
A college student thought he was hit in the head with a rock. He thought wrong. He was shot and a bullet was in his brain for four whole days before he even decided to get things checked out.
“Mateus Facio was not about to let something like a gunshot wound stop him from partying like any self-respecting college student his age. Problem is, Facio had no idea he'd been shot, and that there was a stray bullet lodged in his head until four hangover-inducing days later.
On Dec. 31, 2023, Facio said he was on the toasty sands of Cabo Frio, not far from Rio de Janiero, when he was hit hard in the head.”
He said he was on the beach when he thought a flying rock hit him in the head. He heard an “explosion” but since the bleeding didn't last long he decided to shower it off and party the night away.
The following day, he drove nearly 200 miles to meet up with family and friends. That took him seven hours and he said he felt “fine” during the trip.
The real question is why it took seven hours to drive 200 miles. But that is unclear.
And on Jan. 3 he woke up and was unable to move his arm.
"I could feel my fingers moving, but it seemed like I didn't have the confidence to pick something up,” he said.
He then experienced convulsions and muscle spasms and decided that it was time to get checked out.
Part of it penetrated the brain," said neurosurgeon Flávio Falcometa, according to the outlet. "This caused compression of the region and involuntary movements of the arm."
"By just a few millimeters, it could cause much more serious damage," Falcometa said. "Having your arm paralyzed or half of your side paralyzed. It was risky, very risky for the patient. We believe that in 20, 30 days, he will continue with his normal life."
This photo was posted on Jan. 2. That means there should be a bullet in his head in this post. That is pretty unsettling.
Police are currently trying to figure out who shot the kid. But the chances of them figuring this one out seem slim to none.
Fortunately, he should be back to normal in less than 30 days. And I don't think it will be long before his classmates catch him at the pubs.
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