Advertisements
The trick first became popular in Hong Kong by the owner of Tung Po Kitchen, a famous restaurant in a wet market in North Point. Owner Robby Cheung (above) would perform his characteristic trick by quickly removing the cap from the beer bottles with a chopstick

Man puts his hand in with a chopstick after he has tried a bizarre viral trick to open a beer bottle

  • The man in his twenties wrestled his hand while he tried to open a beer with a chopstick
  • Trick went viral on the video sharing platform & # 39; s Douyin and saw many people try it
  • The participants placed a chopstick on the edge of the bottle under the sealed cap
  • The cap of the beer bottle would then fly away after a single stroke on the stick
  • Doctors in China warn people not to participate in the dangerous challenge
Advertisements

Doctors in China warn people not to participate in the dangerous trend of trying to open a beer bottle with a chopstick after multiple reports of injuries.

Advertisements

The bizarre trick, which went viral on video sharing platform Douyin, sees people placing a chopstick on the rim of the bottle under the sealed cap before it is removed with a single blow.

However, a man in his twenties who tried the challenge had to undergo surgery in the hospital after he accidentally impaled his hand with the chopstick.

The trick first became popular in Hong Kong by the owner of Tung Po Kitchen, a famous restaurant in a wet market in North Point. Owner Robby Cheung (above) would perform his characteristic trick by quickly removing the cap from the beer bottles with a chopstick

The trick first became popular in Hong Kong by the owner of Tung Po Kitchen, a famous restaurant in a wet market in North Point. Owner Robby Cheung (above) would perform his characteristic trick by quickly removing the cap from the beer bottles with a chopstick

However, a man in his twenties who tried the challenge had to undergo surgery in the hospital after he accidentally impaled his hand with the chopstick

However, a man in his twenties who tried the challenge had to undergo surgery in the hospital after he accidentally impaled his hand with the chopstick

Advertisements

However, a man in his twenties who tried the challenge had to undergo surgery in the hospital after he accidentally impaled his hand with the chopstick

Photos released by Xiaoshan Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in eastern Zhejiang province show the wooden stick embedded in the man's palm, with part of it under his skin on his palm.

Doctor Xiong Zhenfei of the hand and foot department for microsurgery told City Express that the hospital had admitted five different men with similar injuries in the past two weeks.

Dr. Xiong, who treated three out of five cases, said they were all young men trying to do the viral trick while they were drunk.

Photos released by Xiaoshan Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Eastern Zhejiang Province showing the wooden stick embedded in the man's palm, with part of it under his skin on the back of his hand

Photos released by Xiaoshan Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Eastern Zhejiang Province showing the wooden stick embedded in the man's palm, with part of it under his skin on the back of his hand

Advertisements

Photos released by Xiaoshan Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Eastern Zhejiang Province showing the wooden stick embedded in the man's palm, with part of it under his skin on the back of his hand

In the viral video & # 39; s shared on Douyin, or Tik Tok, owner Robby Cheung of Tung Po Kitchen performed his signature trick by quickly removing the cap from the beer bottles with a chopstick

In the viral video & # 39; s shared on Douyin, or Tik Tok, owner Robby Cheung of Tung Po Kitchen performed his signature trick by quickly removing the cap from the beer bottles with a chopstick

In the viral video & # 39; s shared on Douyin, or Tik Tok, owner Robby Cheung of Tung Po Kitchen performed his signature trick by quickly removing the cap from the beer bottles with a chopstick

& # 39; They finally poked their hands with the chopstick, & # 39; he said, adding that he could successfully remove the sticks.

In the case of the patient in his & # 39; 20, a two-inch (0.8 inch) section of the chopstick was filed in his palm, the doctor said.

Advertisements

& # 39; He hit the bottom of the chopstick too hard and it touched his palm. His fingers were numb – probably due to nerve damage, & he said, adding that the stick was removed in a 30-minute operation.

& # 39; Do not try this trick and use a chopstick to open a beer bottle, & # 39; he warned. & # 39; Stay with a bottle opener. & # 39;

The trick first became popular in Hong Kong by the owner of Tung Po Kitchen, a famous restaurant in a wet market in North Point.

In the viral video & # 39; s shared on Douyin or Tik Tok, owner Robby Cheung would perform his distinctive trick by quickly removing the cap from the beer bottles with a chopstick.

Advertisements

. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) news (t) china