CHILD GLUES EYES TO TELEVISION
Mother almost has heart attack
In what turned out to be the result of nothing more than a hilarious prank, the mother of a 7 year old boy was taken to a local hospital for what was first believed to be a heart attack. Mrs. Lana Wiggins, 27, was discovered unconscious on the floor in the living room of her home by a neighbor. During the ride in the ambulance Mrs. Wiggins awoke briefly and cried out for her son, then passed out again for the remainder of the trip. In the emergency room, Mrs. Wiggins regained consciousness and again cried out for her child. She kept saying something to the doctors about helping the boy, and to put his eyes back in. The doctors gave her a sedative to calm her down. After asking her some questions it was determined that Mrs. Wiggins passed out when she thought her son had removed his eyes from their sockets and glued them to the television. She found the eyes, which turned out to be fake, sticking to the side of the TV set while doing some house cleaning. Mrs. Wiggins passed out when she looked at her son, who had donned a masked to make it appear as if his eyes were missing and blood was coming out of the sockets. The neighbor found the “eyes” and discovered they were two small styrofoam balls painted to look like eyes.