Shaolin Monk Displays Talent for Getting Kicked in the Groin

Yong Hsueh, a Shaolin monk, appeared on the Chinese version of Britain's Got Talent to demonstrate his ability to get kicked in the crotch without suffering injury:

He told the audience: "Steel crotch Kongfu is an ancient art, with roots stretching back to ancient China.

"It's a practice to strengthen and protect the male genital organs so there is less chance they are injured or incapacitated in battle."

Cross legged male members of the audience watched in shock as various members of the panel were invited to boot the monk - who simply bowed and smiled after each blow - between the legs.

And how does one learn this skill?

The monk said the former could only be learned by a student that started in childhood - it involved pushing the testicles into the body where they could not be hurt.

Link via The Corner | Image: Orange News

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And when I read this in Ian Fleming's book "You Only Live Twice," I thought it was made up.

So now I know something James Bond did--not that either of us can do it.
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