Jpn biker fails to notice missing leg...


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drakon09

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It is something very possible actually. Upon trauma, the body pumps in a huge dose of adrenalin masking the pain, so if he is not looking he wouldn't know that his leg's missing.

When the adrenalin wears off, then he'll feel the pain and then go into shock.
 

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It is something very possible actually. Upon trauma, the body pumps in a huge dose of adrenalin masking the pain, so if he is not looking he wouldn't know that his leg's missing.

When the adrenalin wears off, then he'll feel the pain and then go into shock.


Reminds me one of the scene in Saving Private Ryan, where this soldier looking for his arm at the beach.

:sweat: :p :sweat:
 

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It is something very possible actually. Upon trauma, the body pumps in a huge dose of adrenalin masking the pain, so if he is not looking he wouldn't know that his leg's missing.

When the adrenalin wears off, then he'll feel the pain and then go into shock.
before that, i think he will feel faint due to loss of blood then shock then die...
 

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