Brisbane Australia- Mark William (53), has been making the rounds on local news stations after the boomerang he threw 3 weeks prior, actually returned and whacked him directly onto his head. Statisticians claim the odds of a rogue boomerang re-gaining its flight path and returning are 1 in 1.5 Trillion. Mark had a better chance at winning the lottery twice than he did getting hit in the head by his missing boomerang.
A novice boomeranger, Mark didn’t think twice about returning to where he had first lost it. 3 weeks to the day, Mark returned in hopes he may find that his missing boomerang had returned without his knowledge. That would prove to be a painful lessen as then returned and struck him violently in the head. His head had surgically and strategically drilled into and cut open to relieve the massive amounts of pressure that was accumulating inside his skull due to brain swelling.
Mark is considering suing the manufacturer of the boomerang for not applying a warning label.