Further fiery adventures of adventurous 25 year old male students (chapter the next)

Yet another medical report concerning fiery exhuberance in young adults:

Acute Unintentional Intoxication with Paraffin in a 25-Year old Patient — Clinical case report,” Andon Chibishev and Natasa Simonovska, Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, epub May 10, 2014. (Thanks to investigator Ivan Oransky for bringing this to our attention.) The authors, at University Clinic for Toxicology and Urgent Internal Medicine, Skopje, Republic of Mecedonia, write:

“We report about a rare case of an amateur fire-breather who tried to perform a fire-breathing show without any previous experience. Our patient is a very adventurous, healthy 25 year old male student…. Acute unintentional intoxications with liquid paraffin are very rare in our country.”

Here’s detail from the study, giving insight into the person of the young adult in question: