Toe-curling video shows Scot removing nail with power drill

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A STOMACH-churning video shows the moment a Scot tried to remove his damaged big toe nail – with a power drill.

Campbell Whyte and his pals had enjoyed a “standard Sunday sesh” before deciding to do some DIY surgery.

The labourer allowed his joiner friend, Lee Tarran, to use one of his work drills to try to make a hole in the nail.

Campbell, 30, from Aviemore, Highland, planned to attach the nail – which was damaged playing football – by string to a door handle and pull it off.

A gruesome clip of the operation shows the drill bit sliding around the nail before punching through. Unexpectedly, the nail then pops up – to a mixture of groans and cheers from a crowd of onlookers.

The video is captioned: “S*** went Pete Tong there. Oops.”

Although painful and obviously dangerous, the procedure was a total success as Campbell’s big toe nail dropped off a few days later.

Campbell had been suffering pain for weeks before Lee, 24, decided to take matters into his own hands in the early hours of Sunday morning.

A STOMACH-churning video shows the moment a Scot tried to remove his damaged big toe nail - with a power drill. Campbell Whyte and his pals had enjoyed a "standard Sunday sesh" before deciding to do some DIY surgery. The labourer allowed his joiner friend, Lee Tarran, to use one of his work drills to try to make a hole in the nail. Campbell, 30, from Aviemore, Highland, planned to attach the nail - which was damaged playing football - by string to a door handle and pull it off. A gruesome clip of the operation shows the drill bit sliding around the nail before punching through. Unexpectedly, the nail then pops up - to a mixture of groans and cheers from a crowd of onlookers. The video is captioned: "S*** went Pete Tong there. Oops." Although painful and obviously dangerous, the procedure was a total success as Campbell's big toe nail dropped off a few days later.

Callum Clark, 24, who filmed the revolting clip at Campbell’s flat, said: “Basically my pal had his foot stood on at football a couple weeks back.

“The nail had started peeling off a bit so once we had had a few too many drinks we decided to tackle it.

“We had tried a few different things to get it off but it was just not budging the last wee bit.

L-R Lee Tarran, the joiner who weilded the drill, Campbell Whyte, the patient, and Callum Clark, who filmed the video A STOMACH-churning video shows the moment a Scot tried to remove his damaged big toe nail - with a power drill. Campbell Whyte and his pals had enjoyed a "standard Sunday sesh" before deciding to do some DIY surgery. The labourer allowed his joiner friend, Lee Tarran, to use one of his work drills to try to make a hole in the nail. Campbell, 30, from Aviemore, Highland, planned to attach the nail - which was damaged playing football - by string to a door handle and pull it off. A gruesome clip of the operation shows the drill bit sliding around the nail before punching through. Unexpectedly, the nail then pops up - to a mixture of groans and cheers from a crowd of onlookers. The video is captioned: "S*** went Pete Tong there. Oops." Although painful and obviously dangerous, the procedure was a total success as Campbell's big toe nail dropped off a few days later.
L-R Lee Tarran, the joiner who wielded the drill, Campbell Whyte, the patient, and Callum Clark, who filmed the video

“He was in a fair bit of pain when we were trying to get it off before the drill but we were using a blunt Swiss army knife then.”

Callum added: “We thought if we drilled a hole in it, we would be able to tie some string to it, tie the other end to a door and were hoping slamming the door would end up pulling the nail off.

“After the drilling the poor boy had had enough. I think the alcohol helped with it a fair bit though. Standard Sunday sesh.

“He wasn’t too bad afterwards though. He’s all good, the nail is off now.”

 
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