A 45-year-old woman went to the hospital with a mild urinary tract infection (UTI), but it turned out she had a tumbler lodged in her bladder.

It was gathered that the woman, from Tunisia, had been complaining about always needing the toilet, so a scan was carried out on her at the hospital.

The scan result revealed she had an 8cm-wide bladder stone inside her.

Her urine had shown a red blood cell range of 23-25, when the normal human will only show four or less, a report states.

The object was removed via open surgery, and she was discharged two days later. She is now thought to be fully recovered

Doctors who treated with the strange case in Tunisia believe it was implanted during sexual assault, but they have not offered any proof from the patient to back up their assertion.

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