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08/08/2007 07:52 AM ID: 64089 Permalink   

Man Knackered After 'Professional' Surgery


Police are hunting 2 or 3 men that removed a 62-year-old man's testicles. The man had complained about pain in his groin area and asked conventional medical personnel to remove his testicles, they however refused and he turned to 'professionals.'

The man called his daughter after surgery because he was bleeding heavily and they were gone. St. Paul police spokesman Tom Walsh said, "I have never in my life seen anything quite like that." The man refused to tell police who they were.

    WebReporter: AccessG Show Calling Card      
ASSESS this news: BLOCK this news. Reason:
would police look for the men, if the guy doesn't want to say who it is. It sounds like the old man doesn't want to press charges, so why don't the police call it a day? I don't see what wrong was done here other than people who shouldn't be practicing medicine
  by: hl2k   08/08/2007 07:58 AM     
Knackered....Please define?
  by: Le_Creep   08/08/2007 08:56 AM     
  Kackered means a few things.  
Tried, getting killed or getting thy testies taken away.

I looked it up in wiki and but they didnt have that reference, though I did find something funny. Due to it possibly being slang I also looked up git and theres all sorts of slang definitions but not the original definition. A git was the part left over from pouring metal into casts, it was simply broke off and there the original 'useless git' came from, but doesnt carry that ... just the slang.

In this sense 'kanckered' = balls cut off.
  by: AccessG     08/08/2007 10:04 AM     
  Hehe Im tired  
managed to 'speel' knackered wrongly twice.
  by: AccessG     08/08/2007 10:31 AM     
Typically UK usage and can mean the following

Knackers - testicles
Knackered - tired or worn out
Knackered up - broken or damaged
De-knackered - what happened to this poor old fogie.
  by: kuryakin   08/08/2007 10:40 AM     
  @ Definition  
Thanks for the definition folks :)
  by: Le_Creep   08/08/2007 11:39 AM     
  I didn't know it could have the meaning  
  by: DarkAngelJG     08/08/2007 12:12 PM     
  Never heard of 'de-knackered'  
but Im also not gonna argue it ... cant find the definition I used 'knackered' in hehe. 'De-Knackered' is the exact context I meant it in though, even if shorter, noooo that doesnt mean it needs changed.

Hopefully the title will be left alone and we can all 'learn' something ... or at least share some culture.
  by: AccessG     08/08/2007 12:46 PM     
  How about  
  by: h00ter86   08/08/2007 05:42 PM     
  for the OFFCIAL ruling on knackered...  
  by: h00ter86   08/08/2007 05:44 PM     
  He got robbed  
Haha, if that was what he wanted, its fine by me. Wonder what the police said when he refused to tell them.
  by: iBye   08/08/2007 06:12 PM     
"Police found an improvised operating room in the man's house, with bright lights, an apparent operating table, a camera and various medical supplies and equipment. There was also blood in several rooms of the house."

A camera eh? Well this just might end up on the internet...I wonder if the film was still in it or if there are some fingerprints...
  by: atomsk   08/09/2007 01:42 AM     
I'm from the UK, I know what knackered means. You also have to bear in mind that there are also subtle differences in usage depending on what part of the country you come from.
Strictly speaking whilst this guy was "de-knackered" he was well and truly knackered afterwards! LOL! So your title stands correct IMHO.
  by: kuryakin   08/09/2007 10:10 AM     
I think I've found a new, interesting word to use :)

As for the story...just...WOW
  by: ukitty24   08/09/2007 04:02 PM     
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