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Domestic helper Selvi, 42, said she woke up in the middle of the night suffering from a 'crawling sensation' in her right nostril and a 'burning' feeling in her head.
Scans revealed the creepy crawly was sitting in the skull base between her eyes.
The real answer was slightly more embarrassing.'My back became strained because I'd been hunched for so long over my i Pad. The extraordinary thing was that almost everyone else in the room admitted they too were addicted.
An astonishing 700 million games of Candy Crush are played every day on mobile devices alone, according to App Data, a leading authority on social media trends.
Dr M N Shankar, head of the ENT department at the hospital, said: 'This is the first such case I have seen in my three decades of practice.'It was sitting in the skull base, between the two eyes, close to the brain.'If left inside, it would have died before long and the patient would have developed infection which would have spread to the brain.'It was difficult to remove it because of the place it was sitting in.'I had to first drag it to a place from where I could pull it out.
The 44-year-old company director shuffled over to her desk and waited for questions to be fired in her direction. Now we're all competing.'With its twinkly lights, hypnotic music and comic sound effects, it has millions of people in its grip - and, like 2010's Angry Birds, which even numbered David Cameron among its fans, it has become an online sensation.
Soft Berlin light filters down through the great glass dome, past tourists ascending the spiral ramp, and into the main hall of parliament. At the lectern, a short, slightly hunched figure in a fuchsia jacket, black slacks, and a helmet of no-color hair is reading a speech from a binder.
Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany and the world’s most powerful woman, is making every effort not to be interesting.“As the federal government, we have been carrying out a threefold policy since the beginning of the Ukraine crisis,” Merkel says, staring at the binder.
A 91-year-old woman reportedly used a ballpoint pen to fill in the blank spaces on a 6,000 crossword artwork on display in a German museum.