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See how this scorned woman swallowed $7,000 in an effort to hide it from her cheating husband (Photo/Video)

A jilted wife swallowed $7,000 in US dollars in a desperate bid to hide the cash from her husband after she discovered he had cheated on her. Colombian Sandra Milena Almeida swallowed the rolls of $100 notes in a 'fit of rage', according to the surgeons who removed the cash
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The woman had reportedly hidden the cash, which was saved up for a holiday, in the couple's home. But, after discovering her partner's infidelity she, gulped down the rolled-up notes whole in a bid to hide them. 

The next day Ms Almeida, from Piedecuesta, Colombia, was rushed to hospital with severe abdominal pains. She did not tell doctors about the money, but x-rays showed dozens of 3cm-long objects in her stomach and intestine.


Santander University Hospital in Bucaramanga managed to save $5,700 after cleaning and drying out the notes in the operating theatre. Juan Pablo Serrano, chief surgeon at the hospital, said: 


It took the patient into surgery for two procedures to clear the blockage, on her stomach and intestine. The dollar notes were washed and are in good condition, but the rest of the money was lost because of the gastric fluids.'

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Scorned Woman Swallows $7,000 In An Effort To Hide It From Cheating Husband . . A jilted wife swallowed $7,000 in US dollars in a desperate bid to hide the cash from her husband after she discovered he had cheated on her. Colombian Sandra Milena Almeida swallowed the rolls of $100 notes in a 'fit of rage', according to the surgeons who removed the cash. . . The woman had reportedly hidden the cash, which was saved up for a holiday, in the couple's home. But, after discovering her partner's infidelity she, gulped down the rolled-up notes whole in a bid to hide them. . . The next day Ms Almeida, from Piedecuesta, Colombia, was rushed to hospital with severe abdominal pains. She did not tell doctors about the money, but x-rays showed dozens of 3cm-long objects in her stomach and intestine. . . Santander University Hospital in Bucaramanga managed to save $5,700 after cleaning and drying out the notes in the operating theatre. Juan Pablo Serrano, chief surgeon at the hospital, said: . . 'We took the patient into surgery for two procedures to clear the blockage, on her stomach and intestine. The dollar notes were washed and are in good condition, but the rest of the money was lost because of the gastric fluids.'
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