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Drunk Man Impaled On Wrought Iron Fence While Trying to Look at Pretty City Lights
An intoxicated man who was trying to get a better look at those pretty city lights managed to impale himself in the leg on a wrought iron fence in the wee morning hours in the Hollywood Hills.
The man was roaming around outside the home just after midnight in the 1200 block of N. Sierra Alta Way, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department, reports City News Service.
While climbing up the wall of the pricey home--with, apparently, an appealing view--the unidentified man took a tumble, and was skewered in the right thigh by a tall section of the fence. He was taken to the hospital in stable condition, but had been transported with a piece of the fence still attached to him which the LAFD had cut off from the wall.
An officer with the Los Angeles Police Department noted that the drunk man, whose age is estimated to be 25 years old, had no business being in the neighborhood, but adds that the LAPD are not yet certain if they will charge him for trespassing.
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