Now I don’t know what kind of toxic system you need to have for this to happen, but apparently some guy in Kumamoto, Japan, managed to poison 54 other people around him just by vomiting. Allegedly, he drank copious amounts of pesticide, possibly in a suicide attempt. Either that, or he was hallucinting that his stomach was inhabited by insects. When the doctors started pumping his stomach, the pesticide came out with everthing else:
The spray of chloropicrin, a very dangerous pesticide, was so toxic it
cause 54 doctors, nurses, and patients to have breathing problems and
sores in their eyes, leaving them desperate for medical help.
This is, of course related to the detergent suicide story I posted a couple of weeks back. So can ANYONE give a reason why Japanese people are so willing to try strange methods of suicide? If you want to do suicide, do it right-drink furniture polish. Horrible death. Beautiful finish.