Everyone has their own weird idiosyncratic habits that are unlikely to make sense to anyone else, but one Chinese man's tendency to personal daily outlooks is a serious risk to his health.
That man, the 37-year-old Peng report, apparently developed a strange way of wiping worn, dirty socks every day after he had worked.
Okay, so it might seem a bit unusual (and out of) for us, but for every one of us, right? Wrong.
The peculiar tendency of the penguin to observe his own foot odor may seem dangerous from the ordinary but it turned out to be the opposite.
Peng, who lives in Zhangzhou City, China, Fujian Province, came to a hospital in a hospital with chest pain, felt tension while breathing his chest and coughing.
Physicians treated the patient with suspected pneumonia, but as symptoms continued – without improvement in his condition – further doctors' examinations revealed that Peng had developed a serious fungal infection in his lungs.
Only later when doctors interviewed Peng again that they found his daily tunic jumble of ritual and realized that his lung disease diagnosis could have been caused by inhaling fungal spores that were immersed in his dirty socks in hairy fibers.
According to local reports, Peng confessed to doctors that he had become "addicted to smelling his socks that he was dressed," and even though it is hard to prove that his strange habit was a clear source of his breast inflammation, doctors said it was the most rational explanation – a shortage that may have jeopardized his immunity.
"Infection may also be due to a lack of patient at home, as he did [been] taking care of their children, leading to the weaker immune system, "one of his doctors, Mai Zhuanying Zhangzhian 909 hospital explained Pear Video.
When the infection was found, Peng got to the hospital and was treated for the illness. Fortunately, the sock dreamer is expected to come back full.
We can only hope that experience will help him reconsider his strange way – and perhaps others may also take the time to reconsider some life choices.
When media out of the infection went to the virus on the Chinese social site Weibo, it turned out that Peng is not the only one with the perverted fragmentation of the sock yarn.
"Oh, no, maybe I should stop my sneaker with my socks after wearing them all day long!" one user commented.
It sounds great.