Motorhead Fan Suffers Brain Injury From Headbanging
Doctors in Germany say the man complained of a persistent headache in the weeks following the gig and they discovered bleeding on the brain which developed into a clot, the BBC reports.
The man said he had no history of head trauma and said he hadn't been drinking excessively or taken any drugs. But he added he had been headbanging at the 2012 gig.
Surgeons at Hannover Medical School successfully removed the clot, but in their case report, the doctors warned: "Some fans might be endangered by indulging in excessive headbanging." more on this story
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