Wife shocks radio hosts by revealing her husband’s bizarre theory of why he couldn’t stop snoring – and how she was able to ‘fix’ the problem
A woman has claimed her husband cheated on her by taking her testicles for three years as part of a bizarre prank.
In a segment on New Zealand radio station The Rock, a listener named Lara called in to share the awkward story with hosts Duncan Heyde and Jay Reeve.
“So when my husband and I first started dating, he was a really bad snorer,” she explained.
How weird! In a segment on New Zealand radio station The Rock, a listener named Lara called in to share an awkward story with hosts Duncan Heyde (pictured) and Jay Reeve
“And what he told me was that when he was lying on his back, his balls covered his anus and created an airlock and that’s why he snored,” she continued.
This ridiculous suggestion caused both hosts to burst into hysterical laughter.
Jay chimed in, “Did you at some point while he was snoring just test him by picking them up to see if they weren’t blocking his toilet hole?”
Lara then offered a very surprising answer.
“I rocked his balls for three years before I figured it out,” she said.
Really? The woman claimed she had taken her husband’s balls for three years every night to stop him from snoring. There is no scientific evidence to support this “treatment”
Despite the story’s entertainment value, it’s unclear to what extent the tall tale is actually true.
Putting her husband’s balls in the shape of a suction cup wouldn’t stop snoring, so why would Lara keep doing it for three years?
Lara would also most likely have trouble sleeping if she had to chop off her husband’s balls all night, so it’s hard to believe she would continue to do so for three years in a row.
Another glaring inconsistency is that no normal person would ever believe that the testicles could create an “airlock” that would lead to snoring, no matter how gullible.
Also, most testicles, no matter how saggy, physically couldn’t hang that low to cover someone’s anus.
Un-ball-ievable: Despite the story’s entertainment value, it’s unclear to what extent the tall tale is actually true