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LONDON (Reuters) - A Welsh rugby fan cut off his own testicles to
celebrate Wales beating England at rugby, the Daily Mirror has reported.


Geoff Huish, 26, was so convinced England would win Saturday's match he
told fellow drinkers at a social club, "If Wales win I'll cut my balls
off", the paper said on Tuesday.

Friends at the club in Caerphilly, south Wales, thought he was joking.

But after the game Huish went home, severed his testicles with a knife,
and walked 200 metres back to the bar with the testicles to show the
shocked drinkers what he had done.

Huish was taken to hospital where he remained in a seriously ill
condition, the paper said. Police told the paper he had a history of
mental problems.

Wales's 11-9 victory over England at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff
was their first home win in 12 years.

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as if we needed proof

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Not to mention the fact that they appeared to have been down the local garden centre, and bought a few lorry loads of turves to stick down as a joke of a playing surface. What kind of farce will the Cup Final be if they can't sort it?

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I know it's nit-picking, but Rugby pitches and football pitches are generally different surfaces. What the differences are I have no idea

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I think they use the same turf and just paint different lines on!

As for the reason it was so bad it's got to be the Tsunami concert. Good cause but it's [censored] the pitch

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s hit pitch, s hit place and all s h ag sheep. rasism 2 them a load of bol locks

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longer grass on rugby pitches.. and less players rolling around on it in agony.. and more blood on it




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