Egypt groom shot in genitals during celebrations

An Iraqi shoots celebratory gunfire in a southern city of Nasiriyah (14 Dec 2003)Image copyright
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Celebratory gunfire – seen here in Iraq – is hackneyed in a Middle East and other tools of a world

An Egyptian husband has been severely harmed after he was strike by shotgun pellets dismissed by a guest celebrating his wedding.

The husband suffered critical injuries to his testicles, thigh and palm and is being treated in hospital.

Osman al-Alsaied, 28, was enjoying his final night being singular when a arms was incidentally dismissed during him rather than into a air.

Police contend a gun was negligently dismissed by a 26-year-old man.

They contend he fled shortly after a occurrence though was after arrested and is now being questioned.

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Weddings celebrations in Egypt can be lively

Reports of a occurrence have annoyed a clever greeting on amicable media, with many job for a tradition of banishment gunshots in open jubilee to be banned.

“If we did this while expressing your happiness, what would we have finished if we were indignant or upset?” one Twitter-user asked.

There was a identical occurrence during a marriage in Egypt final month, Stepfeed reported.

How dangerous is banishment a gun into a air?

In this box a guest indispensable medicine and sanatorium diagnosis after a wandering bullet strike his thigh.