Seen here making his mother's finest flatware waaaaaay less fine, 7-year old Bogdan is a Serbian boy whose family claims his body is magnetic. *cough* Bullshit *cough, hack, loogie*
To prove their claim, the family paraded the boy in front of an camera crew, with a variety of objects stuck to his chest.
They say the objects stay there until Bogdan removes them by hand.
Bizarrely, it's not just metal that seems to be attracted to the youngster. China plates and bowls seem to adhere themselves to Bogdan's chest as well.
The family say Bogdan is not allowed to go near anything electrical, such as a television or a computer, because his alleged magnetism turns them off.
Riiiiiiiiiiight. Not just metal but plates and bowls, huh? That, uh, that sounds a little suspicious. F***IN' MAGNETS -- HOW DO THEY WORK?! aside, I do know how not showering works. Give that kid a bath, THEN I'll talk to him. And by talk to I mean pummel with loose change. What? For science!
Hit the jump for a couple more shots of stuff stuck to him (including a fake penis made out of two plates and a remote control!) and a video of his (questionable) ability in action.
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