Man with Rotting Tissue on Upper Back and Shoulders Due to Severe Infection

Man with Rotting Tissue on Upper Back and Shoulders Due to Severe Infection

Here’s a video of a guy with nasty, necrotic lesions on his upper back and shoulders. The lesions are deep, and filled with pus, making the man look like his upper body is rotting away while he’s still alive. There are also maggots in the lesions, enjoying a nice swim in the warm goo.

I don’t have any background information about the cause of the infection, but obviously it’s so severe, he’s gonna need some serious doses of antibiotics to take care of that.

100 thoughts on “Man with Rotting Tissue on Upper Back and Shoulders Due to Severe Infection”

          1. Agreed. Kidney failure, Blood poisoning. Depending on his age, I’d give him less than a 25% chance of making it.

          2. They need to shoot or stab him in the brain. If not he may bite them and turn them into Zombies also.
            This is proof Zombies are real! I got my guns locked and loaded ready for Zombie Apocalypse!

          1. Yeah for real! The crackers on this site sure are comfortable with N-word. Must be a dream come true to be able to say it so often. Enjoy, crackers.

          2. Too cowardly to say it to someone’s face so they hide behind the anonymity of their computer screens and circle-jerk each another. Hate breeds hate.
            And fyi, @BunkerMentality I am NOT liberal, polar opposite actually… I just have better things to do, and my mama taught me better than that. We were raised the right way.

    1. This is so disgusting i think I’ll take a pass at it! I like my rice and all but, when its moving around and wont sit still , nope , don’t care for it. Thanks just the same

    2. In my unqualified opinion this is some type of flesh eating bacterial infection that was just allowed to run amuck! It’s now way too late for medical intervention, it’s a fatal disease at this point. Pain killers and keep the wound clean and hope he lasts another month or so.

    1. @Annica, I think the will to survive grows stronger rhe more severe the infection/illness is. Perhaps because they know the end is near and have not quite come to terms with the fact that they are gioing to die because, to them, it means giving up the fight.

      1. Rural areas in third world countries do not have access to clean water, even to a toilet but doesn’t really make up even 30% of a third world country. That’s just in Asia, though. I don’t know how it is in other continents.

        Urban areas, however, do have an access to clean water for shower, consumption and laundry and there’s a lot of urban areas and even urbanized areas in such countries that already have access to clean water.

  1. I reckon this guy is pretty damn close to the end. Having a disease like that is not survivable, is it? Surely not, even with IV ABS ?

    Would love to know what this is so I could collect some spores, breed it up in an incubator, and then send it to my worst enemies, not that I have any, so then I would just mail it to people who just piss me off big time ( there are literally thousands of them)……….

  2. Besides the cute maggots poking in and out for a hello, enjoying the pastel color his wicked wound is sporting. Reminds me of an easter egg… If non of you ever had an abcsess then you could never imagine the smell. It will defiantly tickle ur nose hairs.

    1. if you live in The West, there is 1: 10,000 doctor to patient ratio. In this fellas world there is probably 1: 300,000. So if there is no doctor to see or if there is no antibiotics to take, then what else is he going to do?

  3. This has been very common in the Chernobyl gay community for several decades. You saw the affects of radiation in Japan create giant moths and Godzillers.
    Now, we see a different mutation causing acid jizz that fellow BG member, HLAM, speaks of so often.

  4. I never stop being surprised by what happens in the real world, often stranger than fictions. If i saw this guy in a horror film i would be thinking that’s a terrible make up job, that looks so unrealistic. well, I would be wrong again, it’s horrifyingly real.

    1. If he lived by the sea that would really help. Sea water is amazing for puss and nastiness, it would get rid of all those maggots and suck the puss out. Chlorine water in swimming pools is good as well, i don’t think they would let him in though.

      1. Yes I think if he jumped in the pool, everyone else would jump out.
        To rub salt in his wounds !, effective but bloody painful.
        I can’t get my head round how guys like him seem to be unfazed by horrific stuff like this. I think I’d have a Julius on the spot !

        1. Salt water doesn’t hurt like putting salt straight on the the wound, and would get rid of the maggots. I can’t understand why he didn’t have his back covered and let maggots get in the wounds. In maggot therapy they’re sterile, if a fly lands on you and lays maggots it’s probably just come from a rotting corpse or a turd and is covered in bacteria which it’s putting directly in your open sores.

          1. Yes he needs the necrosis removed as far as possible then as you say, stick a few clean maggots in there and cover with a nice clean dressing. A course of intravenous antibiotics wouldn’t go a miss either.
            He’s a real mess though, difficult to imagine him pulling through with that amount of rotten flesh in such an area.

      2. Depends on which beach he goes to. Down here, if you swim in the Gulf of Mexico with an open wound you’re at risk of contracting some pretty serious diseases, especially along the coasts of Louisiana and Mississippi. Shigellosis, Norovirus, Cryptosporidium, Hepatitis, Enteric bacteria, Gastroenteritis, MRSA, and Vibrio are some of the worst. I’m sure there are some cleaner beaches, but I was told by my Dr. after I ripped my big toenail clean off (I had plans to go to Pensacola beach that weekend) to not swim with open wounds. Vibrio, a bacteria that also necrotizes, has been particularly bad this year. If we’re talking pure salt water therapy, probably the best place to go would be the Dead Sea. Look, I know you guys have a raging hate-boner for Israel for some reason, and the convoluted logic of which still eludes me, but the Dead Sea’s healing properties are phenomenal.

  5. An enormous airtight Mason jar, or similar, some clean sand or gravel, a little activated charcoal, some soil, a few small plants & some moss, and some decorative items such as rocks and a plastic windmill; he can become the basis for a self sustaining ecosphere.

  6. Wow, a real brazilian zombie… ๐Ÿ˜† (yeah they are speaking brazilian)

    They asked him how did that happened to him, and he only replied “i just used to feel a bit of pain there”. Then they asked him if he doesnt feel that hes being eaten, he doesnt understand the question and doesnt reply. ๐Ÿ˜

    1. The Oestridae are a family of flies variously known as bot flies, warble flies, heel flies, gadflies, and similar names. Their larvae are internal parasites of mammals, some species growing in the host’s flesh and others within the gut. The human botfly, Dermatobia hominis, is the only species of bot fly known to parasitize humans routinely, though other species of fly do cause myiasis in humans.

      1. Interesting… i allways tought it was the blowflies resposible for that. Luckly we only have the ones that looks like bees in here, and they are kinda rare to find… i fucking hate those things though… ๐Ÿ˜

  7. i always wonder how it comes this far, sure it’s on a place not easy to see. but by the 9 gates of hell you sure knows what the fuck is going on there.

    if that dude used even the most basic of medical care like alcohol it will never ever gotten this bad.

  8. Necrotizing diseases like fasciitis, jungle rot, pressure ulcers, vibrio, cutaneous leishmaniasis, gangrene, and tungiasis are usually very aggressive and extremely difficult to treat. Sometimes, even antibiotics like Vancomycin, Linezolid, and Tigecycline, which specifically target aggressive bacterial infections, are not enough to save a person’s life. Linezolid, and Tigecycline are so potent, they are often considered “last resort” medications, and yet they may not be potent enough.
    Of course, the real kicker is that you can become infected with diseases like necrotizing fasciitis in the most innocuous and mundane ways. One man contracted it from a paper cut. A few years ago, a woman was diagnosed with after experiencing an accident while zip-lining in Georgia, and most recently, a woman developed a massive staph infection from scratching her risk with a glitter hair band.
    After watching this video and knowing how ruthless and aggressive this disease is, I have to say, I do not believe anyone could survive an infection that has already progressed this far. It won’t be long until it hits his blood stream and then it’ll be all over but the crying.

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