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Bloke who thought he was stung by a bee discovers nine-year-old bullet in his neck
bullet lodged in his neck after nine years of believing it to be a sore from a bee sting.Dor Mizan, from Beersheba in Israel, first felt a sharp pain after a blow to the back of his neck when he was 13 years old, but says he didn't think anything of it at the time. The incident occurred one night after Mizan and his friends had finished playing football, Israeli news site N12 reports.When he went to turn the lights off at the football pitch, he felt a sharp pain in his neck and assumed one of his friends had thrown something at him.Mizan said: "My first thought was that maybe one of my friends threw something at me or that a bee stung me, so I automatically looked down".When his friends turned up to see what had happened, they saw blood and a hole in his neck, but because Mizan's parents were out of the country at the time, nobody could take him to hospital right away.When he finally got to the hospital and said the wound hadn't made him pass out, doctors cleaned him up, closed the hole and told him to go home.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.Nine years later and Mizan began to feel an uncomfortable sensation in his hands while swimming in a pool, prompting him to head out for an x-ray.Doctors discovered the bullet, and due to the medical risks involved with removing the bullet from Mizan's neck, it will remain lodged in there.Mizan said doctors "decided in the end to keep it where it is and just hope it doesn't get infected which is also a risk".
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First look at Netflix's The Tinder Swindler as real life Hollywood plot plays out
Netflix is about to release its next big true crime documentary, The Tinder Swindler.The gripping documentary movie follows three women who were involved with a mysterious Israeli man called Simon Leviev who claimed to be a billionaire diamond expert, that they each met on Tinder.Simon would wine and dine the women, splashing out on lavish trips with private jets and at top restaurants.But soon things took a dark turn when he claimed his life was at risk, and he told the women he needed money as he was in trouble.The women speak of the thousands upon thousands of dollars he asked for, which they went along with as they all believed he was really in danger.They really believed that his life depended on them, before the police got involved and exposed his lies.Soon, so-called Simon starts threatening the women, blowing up their phones with cruel messages and voice notes.The explosive trailer teases that there's far more to the story than meets the eye though, and that they may get payback, as one says they took their chance to "swindle the Tinder Swindler".The documentary is from the team behind the incredible Don't F*** With Cats, with plenty of drama promised.The synopsis teases: "Notoriously known as The Tinder Swindler, he has seduced and swindled young women for millions and is a fugitive from justice in several countries."One swipe could change your life."This is the ultimate fairytale gone nightmare. Follow three women who decided it was time for payback."It adds: "Posing as a wealthy, jet-setting diamond mogul, he wooed women online then conned them out of millions of dollars.