Source Pravda.Ru

A woman to rescue a life

On a railway station, not far from the city of Barnaul, a drunken man has stopped the traffic for 30 minutes. The 20-year old man set on the railway lines and cut his arms with a broken bottle. He cried while demanding a woman with whom he was ready to sexually intercourse just on the rails. He did not yield to the police persuasion while menacing to commit suicide.

Finally, laving lost too much blood, he lost consciousness and was transported to hospital. The investigation found out, that this was not the first incident of the kind. A month ago, the sexual giant, while also demanding a woman, tried to do hara-kiri, though doctors managed to rescue him.

This time, the doctors should not only care his wounds, but also occupy themselves with his mental health.

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