Woman Goes HAM After Winning Card Game, Dislocates Jaw from Screaming

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In today’s “WTF news”: a woman dislocated her jaw after she got too excited about being dealt a good hand in a card game and had to be hospitalized because of the injury.

On the 28-hour train journey from the provincial capital Nanning to eastern Shandong Province’s Qingdao City, Mrs. Qiao and her husband, both in their 40s, were playing what they thought was a harmless game of cards, reports the Daily Mail.

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Upon receiving a fortunate series of hands, Mrs. Qiao began laughing and screaming in the cabin. Her good humor, however, came to a shuddering halt when she heard a pop in her jaw. She realized her card game was no longer funny when she experienced excruciating pain rushing to her mouth.  

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The train staff sympathized with Mrs. Qiao’s condition and sped up the train to reach the next city, Guilin, faster.

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When they finally reached Guilin, a medical staff was waiting and quickly assessed Mrs. Qiao’s jaw.

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