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Doctors find rolling pin in woman’s stomach after being abused by her husband for being infertile

By Mason White 9:04 AM January 8, 2017
The rolling pin
By: Mahesh Sarin

Doctors found a rolling pin inside a woman who was brought to a hospital with severe stomach pain.

The woman of Nepal, was taken to the Dr. Sushila Tiwari Government Medical College Hospital in India, with severe pain.

Police said that the 38-year-old woman was complaining of severe abdominal pains and swelling, but she did not want to talk to anyone.

Dr. Kedar Singh Shahi said that an X-ray shocked the team of five doctors when they spotted a wooden tool inside her intestines.

Doctors were unable to identify the object. The team of doctors operated on the woman and to their surprise, they found a 15-inch rolling pin inside her intestines.

The woman suffered very severe injuries, which could have killed her, doctors said.

When the husband, who was at his wife’s side, also refused to talk to doctors, they called police and the National Commission for Women (NCW) after suspecting abuse.

Amita Lokhani, vice-chairperson of NCW, said that after being with the woman for three days, her husband left the hospital and that is when she told them about her horrific ordeal.

The woman said that her husband often tortured her because she was infertile. In the latest case of abuse, he used the rolling pin to assault her private parts when it got stuck inside her.

Senior Superintendent Janmejaya Khanduri of the Nainital Police, said that police are looking for the husband, who is on the run. He was charged with rape and grievous bodily harm.

The woman is being treated free of charge and she is now in stable condition.