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Indonesian boy claims to have laid 20 eggs

If you’re eating breakfast right now, I apologise.

A teenage boy has claimed to have laid 20 eggs in the past two years, completely baffling doctors.

Akmal, 14, from Gowa in Indonesia says he has been regularly laying eggs since 2016.

 

A teenage boy has claimed to have laid 20 eggs over the past two years, completely baffling doctors (X-ray pictured)

Akmal, 14, (pictured) from Gowa in Indonesia says he has been regularly laying eggs since 2016

Akmal, 14, (pictured) from Gowa in Indonesia says he has been regularly laying eggs since 2016

When cracked open Akmal’s father claims the eggs laid by his son appear to be either all yolk or all white.

The 14-year-old has been repeatedly hospitalised for his condition, and recently laid two eggs in front of doctors.

His father Rusli said: ‘In two years he laid 18 eggs and two today, so in total there have been 20. I cracked the first egg and its content was all yellow, no white.’

But doctors are baffled by his condition, saying its ‘impossible’ for eggs to form inside the human body, the Daily Star reported.

A spokesperson from the hospital said: ‘Our suspicion is that the eggs were deliberately shoved into Akmal’s rectum. But we did not see it directly.’

Akmal’s father denied this.

The 14-year-old has been repeatedly hospitalised for his condition, and recently laid two eggs in front of doctors (vision of him laying an egg pictured) 

The 14-year-old has been repeatedly hospitalised for his condition, and recently laid two eggs in front of doctors (vision of him laying an egg pictured) 

When cracked open the eggs laid by Akmal appear to be either all yoke or all white 

When cracked open the eggs laid by Akmal appear to be either all yoke or all white 

He told local media: ‘He never swallowed eggs whole, why would he do that?’

Doctors have quarantined the teenager to study his condition at Syekh Yusuf Hospital in Gowa.

Now if only Akmal could learn to lay bacon, then his family could enjoy a full breakfast. 

 



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