How frequent would you go to a beach for sunbathing?
A 28 years old Singaporean lady who was naked sunbathing with her friends at Changi beach has experienced a bizarre injury where her private part was bitten by a crab. According to Sunday Register, a professional marine biologist has claimed that the crab may have mistaken the lady’s vagina as an oyster, which is part of their natural diet.
The lady who want to take a good opportunity to get a full body tan, has stripped off at the beach while enjoying nude sunbathing with two of her female friends. For your information, nude sunbathe is an illegal act in Singapore.
According to both of her friends, despite knowing nude sunbathe is illegal in Singapore, they will still go naked secretly at the beach when there are no other beachgoers at the beach.
One of the girls involved said that, they just fall asleep until their friend, the victim was screaming loudly out of the sudden.
“I was waken up by my friend screaming that something had bitten her, and looking down we were shocked to see a crab hanging off her lower body.”
The lady who was suffering severe pain was helped by her both friends to remove the crab. As both of her female friends worried the crab’s pincer could be poisonous, they were then take turn to suck out the venom from the wound.
“We were both a bit embarrassed because of the location of the injury, but we put that out of our mind to help our friend.”
The Singaporean lady, who had a severe wound on her private part, was then sent to the hospital by the medical team. She is now safe and sound where she is having a full recovery with minimal scarring.
The medical team has advised the lady not to go for nude sunbathe in future. A professional marine biologist has commented on the incident, where he claimed that the “horny” crab has mistaken her genital for an oyster.
“In many ways, both in visual appearance and smell, the female genitals are very similar to oysters and other molluscs. Horn-eyed ghost crabs are usually very shy and don’t approach humans unless threatened, so the obvious conclusion is a case of mistaken identity.”
So now, beachgoers, would you still want to go for a nude sunbathe at the beach?