VIDEO: Olympic champion pulls daughter’s tooth out with a JAVELIN

A former Olympian had a controversial method of getting rid of his daughter’s loose baby tooth…


by Ellie Hooper |
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Bryan Clay, who is an American decathlon champion, winning silver in 2004 and gold in 2008, showed off his skills while extracting his daughter Ellie’s loose baby tooth - attaching a JAVELIN to the string covered denture.

The 35-year-old posted a video of him attaching string to his daughter’s wobbly tooth, before tying the other end to a javelin and throwing it as far as he could.

Thought the door-slamming trick was mean? This is taking things one step further!

The procedure was obviously painless for Ellie however, who starts to say: ‘It didn’t…It did!’ after her Dad throws the javelin, pulling the tooth swiftly with it.

And the tooth is gone!

Apparently finding inventive ways of pulling teeth is something of a Clay family tradition, where individuals have used bikes and even PLANES in the past to pull loose ones out.

And according to the family, using the javelin to pull the tooth was actually Ellie’s idea - not Bryan’s.

We’ve also had it on good authority that there is ALWAYS an ice cream party after every session, so that makes things a little better.

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