'Soldier' shoots rounds of live bullets into his mouth and spits metals out

'Soldier' shoots rounds of live bullets into his mouth and spits metals out

- A video of an unidentified man in military outfit shooting live rounds of bullets from firearms has gone viral

- The man repeated shoots from two different firearms into his mouth without shattering his jaws

- The video also shows his colleagues cheering him on while he performed the audacious act

An astonishing video making rounds on social media shows a young man in a military outfit shooting rounds of live bullets into his mouth, bites it down with his teeth and spits the metals out without suffering any serious damage.

The unidentified man who appears to be a soldier, repeatedly shoots bullets from two different firearms into his mouth without having the bullets smash into his cheek out through his mouth or shattering his jaws.

While he engaged in the exercise of shooting rounds of live bullets into his mouth, loud cheers from his colleagues urged him on.

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Although the video does not make this clear, it appears the unidentified man has mastered the act and performs it for fun or to show he has powerful jaws capable of withstanding bullets shot at high speed.

However, some social media users have said the man wields African traditional powers, which is juju or magic, while others have described his ‘brave’ act as simply ‘’unbelievable’’.

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Inspired by the Global Technology success stories, Mustapha Diyaol Haqq, a 19-year-old from Kumasi, Ghana, realized he too could deliver innovation where it was most needed, starting with his hometown.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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