Squirming Fly Larvae Pulled From Man's Head
Doctors thought the strange, bleeding bumps on Aaron Dallas' head might be from gnat bites or shingles. Then the bumps started moving.
A doctor found five active bot fly larvae living beneath the skin atop Dallas' head.
Dallas said he likely received the larval infestation while on a trip to Belize this summer. Bot fly infections are not uncommon in parts of Central and South America.
Definitely one of those better him than me stories. Let's take a bet, how long before we all stop feeling our scalps for bumps.