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Lamb of God star burns his manhood

Lamb of God star burns his manhood

RANDY BLYTHE: Now, more careful with coffee. Photo: Associated Press

Lame of God star Randy Blythe is recovering after scolding his manhood with hot black coffee.

The rocker feared he had done lasting damage while resting his coffee cup between his legs while driving, when the lid came loose and “liquid caffeinated fire” covered his body.

He recounted the accident in a post on his Instagram.com page last week, revealing, “I briefly lost control of my truck, swerving into the lane of oncoming traffic, barely missing another truck, before quickly pulling into a nearby parking lot to try and make some sense of this atrocity I had committed against myself.

He finished his painful tale by urging fans to have a laugh at his expense, revealing, “everyone else I’ve told did, including my wife.”

Posting an update on Wednesday, Blythe said he is “100 percent recovered,” and added “I am VERY careful with coffee in the car now, always using the cup holder.”

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