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Tuesday, 20 July 2010

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Emergency teams were called to Mel Gibson's home after they were called by Gibson's ex-girlfriend, Oksana Grigorieva, telling them that something was seriously wrong with Mel and he may need medical help.

When the teams arrived at Gibson's mansion, they were greeted at the door by Gibson's maid, Lilly, who was wearing ear muffs and mumbling something about "it finally happened. His head finally exploded." The maid led the medical teams into the actor's study, where they found him sitting in a chair with the entire top of his head missing. "It was one of the most gruesome things I've ever seen. Gibson's eyes were popped wide open, his mouth was positioned as if he was about to utter the "f" word and his head was half gone.

Doctors say that there have only been a handful of cases worldwide of a person's head actually exploding due to a pressure build-up from anger. According to studies on these people, what happens is the angrier a person gets, the warmer the blood becomes.

The saying "make one's blood boil" is actually a medical term wherein the blood reaches a certain temperature and just like the mercury in a thermometer, it rises. In Mel Gibson's case, doctors claim that the blood rose too quickly and had no place to go. A chain reaction occurred where blood vessels started to explode simultaneously causing the entire top of his head to come off.

Oksana Grigorieva was notified by police that since this occurred while Gibson was on the phone with her at the time and her words may have provoked his anger, she could be looking at an involuntary manslaughter charge. However, it is highly unlikely, as police claim that Gibson's maid has given a statement that all she needed to do is tell Mel Gibson his breakfast was ready and he'd launch into a tirade calling her a fu*king golddigging maid. Police will probably just chalk the case up to a self-inflicted wound and call the case closed.

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