A scientist of all people was the one with a stuffed snout.
Daniel Reardon, an astrophysicist from Melbourne, Australia was screwing around with a homemade contraption he tried slapping together that was outside his wheelhouse.
He was inventing a sensor that’d make noise if you bring your hands to your face to prevent the possible contraction of the novel coronavirus.
It half worked, but the real story is what happened with the gizmos and gadgets he used to make it, specifically, magnets, a few of which he says got permanently stuck in his septum.
Apparently, he was fooling around trying to make magnetic piercings through his skin.
Well, that backfired because Reardon had to get himself to a hospital when he wasn’t able to get them out himself. He says docs and nurses had a laugh about his condition, and eventually … they were able to pull the little buggers out of his beak. Probably hurt too.
The funniest part is the medical discharge summary he was issued when it was all said and done — a bunch of doc talk to discuss something so stupid and trivial.