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Gang Member Dies After Attempting to ‘Gold Plate’ His Penis

This gang member went for the extreme as he risked his life just to gold plate his scrotum!

Inah Garcia





Who does not fancy gold? Gold is a precious element that is used to make jewelery, expensive watches and other posh things. But as much as we love it, we can only go as far as wearing it, and not actually plating it onto our bodies. But for an L.A gang member, we guess, it was worth a try.

Nazario Conchuza Gonzales is a 17-year-old member of the Ms-13 gang. With an alias of “Pelotas de oro,” which means “golden testicles,” he wanted to live up to his name for his 17th birthday and gold plate his testicles. However, it did not go according to plan and he died due to complications.

The El Salvadorian native was so inspired by the movie, Goldmember, which is a parody of the James Bond movie, Goldfinger. In the former, Austin Powers, the main character looks for a criminal, who is known to color the genitals of his male victims gold.


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According to reports, Gonzales first painted his private parts in a lead-based paint; however, he feels like it was not enough and decided to go to the next level — the extreme level. He went out to steal a professional automotive gold plater from a garage. He proceeded with this self-operation and since his objective is truly medically impossible, he succumb to complications and later died.


Gold plating the scrotum is sure to lead to death, says Dr Ian Jefferson, an LA community hospital doctor. But quite interestingly, the procedure is increasingly becoming popular amongst gang members in California.

“This is the third case this year, but we have had many occurrences in hospitals in the region these past years. It seems to be a growing trend within the gang member community.

I have no idea where this idea comes from but plating one’s own genitals will only ultimately end in serious medical complications or even death, as we have seen in this case.” –Dr Ian Josefsson, Los Angeles Community Hospital

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Family Calls Ghostbuster After Demonic Poltergeist Molests Them While They Sleep

An incubus demon allegedly terrorized a family in South Wales.

Mini Malabanan



Since Halloween last year, evil poltergeists had been terrorizing the Fry family's home, a three-bed terraced house in New Tredegar, South Wales.

Every morning, 46-year-old mother Tracey would wake up with bruises on her body. She and her 32-year-old husband Keiron believe that a poltergeist inflicted the unexplained bruises.

“We are being molested by demons,” said Keiron.

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This Poor Dog Called “Gargoyle” was Deformed from Abuse. Now He’s Got a Second Chance.

He suffered neglect and was likely locked in a confined space, leaving him no room to grow.

Ann Moises



While most of us celebrate the kindness and heroism of our pet dogs by showering them with love and affection, there are still those people who don't know their true value. Those apathetic and irresponsible men and women adopt dogs for the sake of having a guard in the house or a "plaything" that they could torture for the sake of their twisted sense of humor. How repulsive!

Those unfortunate animals are abused physically, emotionally, and psychologically and it's truly heartbreaking. Like this pit bull named Landis, who was forcibly kept in a very small cage that stunted his growth.

Consequently, the 2-year-old pup's legs bent and his spine curved. The initial examinations revealed that Landis suffered from ruptured tendons in all his four legs.

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A Soldier Befriended 3 Stray Dogs. He NEVER Expected This When a Bomb Explodes!

Stray dogs Sasha, Rufus, and Target saved the lives of Sgt. Duke, Sgt. Young, and 50 other soldiers in Afghanistan.

Ann Moises



Several soldiers are paired with K9s that specialize in detecting explosives in the field. Those dogs are highly trained to alert their human partners if there are bombs or other threats present. Bomb-sniffing dogs risk their own lives searching uncharted territories to save the lives of soldiers like Sgt. Chris Duke and Sgt. Terry Young.

However, these two soldiers did not have their own Explosive Detector Dogs (EDD). They met Sasha, Target, and Rufus when they were stationed in Afghanistan for three months. They were three hungry, stray dogs looking for kind souls who would feed, pet, and care for them.

According to Sgt. Duke, those gentle, furry creatures made him forget where he was as they reminded him of the warmth and safety of home. This made his stay there more bearable. But these dogs did more than just keep him, his friend, and the rest of the 48th Infantry Brigade company...

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