The latest news coming from Assin Central reveals that, a snake has bitten the genitalia of a level 300 student at the Assin Fosu College of Education (FOSCO) in Assin Fosu.
According to the victim (who's name is not mentioned), he quickly stood up on his feet immediately after feeling a pinch on his testicles; only to see a snake curled up in the toilet bowl; and also realizing, that he was actually bitten by a snake.
Narrating the incident, Alfred Amoh said, they heard a shout from the victim, calling for help; and when they got there, they saw that he was bitten by a snake, and so rushed him to the St. Francis Hospital in Assin Fosu.
Confirming the incident, one of the tutors at the Assin Fosu College of Education (FOSCO), Sir Inusah Mohammad said the victim is currently responding to treatment.
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