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Author`s name Dmitry Sudakov

Man Bites Off His Friend’s Nose as They Play Vampires

A young man bit off his friend’s nose as the two were playing the game of vampires during ten-day New Year holidays in Russia, Life News reports.

The incident took place in the Moscow region. The two men, aged 27 and 23, were having a drink together when they decided to play vampires to entertain themselves.

One of the men, named as Aleksey K., was hospitalized to a local trauma station after the other man, his friend Oleg Z., bit off the tip of his nose.

Surgeons performed a complicated operation and reattached the severed part of the man’s nose.

“There was a lot of blood. The patient was saying that he was Count Dracula. When he came to his senses, he could not understand what happened to him. Now he will have a conspicuous spot on his face – his defected nose – for the rest of his life,” a surgeon said.

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