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Well, you don't see that every day.
I go out for dinners here in China and they feed me all sorts of wines like this. It's good for your healthy.
Sounds far fetched, I call B.S.
Currently I'm living in China, and this kind of stuff actually can happen. They put in the snake/lizard etc. live. Perhaps she didn't have enough bai jiou in the jug, and the snake didn't drown. Just sat and plotted revenge. Hospitals have reported 2 other cases of this over the years.
Wasn't the bottle sealed? The snake wouldn't get oxygen. How long can a snake live without food or water? Where is the snake now? The claim that this actually happened is unbelievable.
From what I've seen them do, they don't actually put it in a bottle until later. They put them in these giant mayonaise-like jars, only about 1/3 full. Hibernation was kind of what I was thinking. Egro makes a good point about oxygen, maybe there was enough...
And I thought Taco's "Three Penis wine" was dangerous...
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