Just a Bit of Outback Dentistry
An Australian uses a pair of pliers, wooden bat, and some cardboard to take out some turned teeth.
Info From Licensor: "We were visiting my partners father (a retired opal miner from the Czech Republic) in the Australian outback town of Coober Pedy, while on a journey through the red centre. We met a man by the name of Greg who was having teeth problems. Greg had little income and little work. As a joke we offered to pull them out for him. He accepted and that was that. My partner, Eva prepared the mouth wash (a concoction of warm water and table salt) as her father played the part of a dentist and I the camera man. With a small wooden bat, pliers and a piece or cardboard the teeth popped from their sockets. Greg had no pain relief or any other outback anaesthetics such as alcohol. Greg grinned through the pain. A true Aussie with a true Aussie smile!"
Location: Coober Pedy, Australia
Occurrence Date: June 15th, 2015