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A fisherman named McCallister lost at sea for 14days off coast of Florida claims he was asexually assaulted by mermaids.
"He describe in graphic details how he was forced to perform oral sex on the fish like genitals of these aquatic creature, not only unto females but unto males", said by McCallister brother in tears after been rescued by the United States coast guard.
McCallister ,who is believed to have guzzled some form of toxin such as lead or mercury found in dangerous quantities in certain varieties of mussels he possibly consumed is still under psychiatric examination.
"Mr McCallister does show abnormal injuries and inflammation to the genital and anal area and is highly unlikely that he was sexually exploited by living sea creatures and these may be self inflicted " explained by one medical expert. But at the hospital, the man was said to be showing symptoms of extreme dehydration and suffering from mild hallucinations.
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