Revolting video shows lice crawling through man’s hair and around his FOREHEAD [Video]
That’s just gross and it makes you itch all over. Britain has always had a huge problem with head lice. Every year when kids go back to school there, it becomes a problem and has to be treated. I’m surprised they didn’t have to shave this guy’s head. There is medicine to kill the lice off and it doesn’t take that long. He’ll have to clean all his bedding and scrub his surroundings and all his hair implements as well. This just creeps you out. Nothing causes revulsion and panic quite like a lice infestation. This guy has the worst case I have ever seen. It’s disturbing and stomach churning.
From the Daily Mail:
A toe-curling video showing a man’s hairline crawling with thousands of head lice has been posted online.
The footage, which has no doubt been causing parents of school-age children to reach for a comb, demonstrates what happens if an infestation is left untreated.
The unidentified man’s hair seems to be alive as the bacteria-covered bugs climb through it.
Dee Wright, founder of London-based Hairforce which offers a specialised ‘Lice Assasins’ service, told MailOnline:
‘That’s a very extreme case. He will have them in his eyebrows and his eyelashes – they will be falling down.
‘That person’s scalp will be raw in places and infected. That will be running his system down like crazy.
‘It’s a major job to get that out. It’s enough to make anyone feel itchy all over.’
Ms Wright said she has seen worse cases in the past and has even found whole nests inside her clients’ hair.
‘It’s incredibly uncomfortable,’ she added. ‘They are feeding off the blood of the host. You would be surprised how fast it proliferates.’
How could he let it get that bad? Surely he noticed it some time ago. Shudder. I wonder how many people he passed that on to? It’s not just yourself you have to think of, it’s everyone you come in contact with. The woman is right, he’ll have them in his eyebrows and eyelashes. Head lice are usually found in hair, most often on the back of the neck and behind the ears. They are common in preschool and elementary school-age children. Adults can get them too, especially adults who live with children. Lice spread easily from one person to another through close contact or through shared clothing or personal items (such as hats or hairbrushes). A louse cannot jump or fly. The most common symptom is itching which can cause infection. They feed on blood – this is where the term nit picking comes from. Just cringe-worthy.