Teen whose heart stopped after attaching electrified clamp to his nipple sues teacher, school
Last March, Kyle Dubois, 18, put an alligator clamp on one of his nipples, with a classmate placing the clamp on his other nipple, while a third classmate plugged the cord into the wall.
For three seconds, Dubois endured the electrical shock, dropping him to the floor and stopping his heart, the New Hampshire Union Leader reported.
The teacher, Thomas Kelley, said he was talking with another student when Dubois shocked himself.
"I was talking up my fantasy baseball team with one student and the next thing I know there was a commotion," Kelley said. "I look and I hear an ‘Ouch.' I look and there's Kyle going to the ground."
Dubois parents say Kelley failed to warn the class about the dangers of playing with the electrical cords.
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