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An Asian giant hornet from Japan is displayed at the Washington state Department of Agriculture, Monday, May 4, 2020, in Olympia, Wash. The insect, which has been found in Washington state, is the world's largest hornet, and has been dubbed the "Murder Hornet" in reference to its appetite for honey bees, and a sting that can be fatal to some people. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
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An Asian giant hornet from Japan is displayed on a pin at the Washington state Department of Agriculture, Monday, May 4, 2020, in Olympia, Wash. The insect, which has been found in Washington state, is the world's largest hornet, and has been dubbed the "Murder Hornet" in reference to its appetite for honey bees, and a sting that can be fatal to some people. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
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Asian giant hornets from Japan are shown in a display case at the Washington state Department of Agriculture, Monday, May 4, 2020, in Olympia, Wash. The insect, which has been found in Washington state, is the world's largest hornet, and has been dubbed the "Murder Hornet" in reference to its appetite for honey bees, and a sting that can be fatal to some people. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
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In this April 23, 2020, photo provided by the Washington State Department of Agriculture, a researcher holds a dead Asian giant hornet in Blaine, Wash. The world's largest hornet, a 2-inch long killer with an appetite for honey bees, has been found in Washington state and entomologists are making plans to wipe it out. Dubbed the "Murder Hornet" by some, the Asian giant hornet has a sting that could be fatal to some humans. It is just now starting to emerge from hibernation. (Karla Salp/Washington State Department of Agriculture via AP)
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In this April 23, 2020, photo provided by the Washington State Department of Agriculture, dead Asian giant hornets sit on a researcher's field notebook in Blaine, Wash. The world's largest hornet, a 2-inch long killer with an appetite for honey bees, has been found in Washington state and entomologists are making plans to wipe it out. Dubbed the "Murder Hornet" by some, the Asian giant hornet has a sting that could be fatal to some humans. It is just now starting to emerge from hibernation. (Karla Salp/Washington State Department of Agriculture via AP)
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In this April 23, 2020, photo provided by the Washington State Department of Agriculture, Chris Looney, a Washington State entomologist, places a trap used to search for the Asian giant hornet in Blaine, Wash. The world's largest hornet, a 2-inch long killer with an appetite for honey bees, has been found in Washington state and entomologists are making plans to wipe it out. Dubbed the "Murder Hornet" by some, the Asian giant hornet has a sting that could be fatal to some humans. It is just now starting to emerge from hibernation. (Karla Salp/Washington State Department of Agriculture via AP)
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In this April 23, 2020, photo provided by the Washington State Department of Agriculture, Chris Looney, a Washington State entomologist, poses with a dead Asian giant hornet attached to his jacket in Blaine, Wash. The world's largest hornet, a 2-inch long killer with an appetite for honey bees, has been found in Washington state and entomologists are making plans to wipe it out. Dubbed the "Murder Hornet" by some, the Asian giant hornet has a sting that could be fatal to some humans. It is just now starting to emerge from hibernation. (Karla Salp/Washington State Department of Agriculture via AP)
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Ricky Martin (ricky_martin / 22.03.2020): Help us help. Please click LINK IN BIO or visit CharityStars.com/HelpFromHome and donate whatever you can to join our alliance with @projecthopeorg & @charitystars, in order to protect our health care professionals in this difficult time. If your name is below (or even if its not) please join our fight by reposting this video & inviting 3 (or more) of your friends to do the same. Together, weve got this. #HelpFromHome #AyudaDesdeCasa @alecbaldwininsta @AlessiaCara @AmericaFerrera @AndersonCooper @armani @avrillavigne @beyonce @BillieJoeArmstrong @mnnesotagirl @blakelively @BTS.bighitofficial @Camila_Cabello @iamcardib @CarrieUnderwood @DarrenCriss @DavidBegnaud @deltagoodrem @DinahJane97 @DonLemonCNN @dsquared @dwanynewade @dr.evanantin @dualipa @theellenshow @eltonjohn @EvaLongoria @GinaRodriguez @GuyOseary @HilariaBaldwin @JadaPinkettSmith @JenniferAniston @jessicaalba @jlo @JustinBieber @HaileyBieber @iamginatorres @justintimberlake @katyperry @KellyRipa @kris_Van_assche @LeonardoDicaprio @LinkinPark @ladygaga @lennykravitz @lucianohuck @madonna @mahmood @mariolopez @MikeShinoda @naomi @NicoleScherzinger @olivier_rousteing @Oprah @princesseugenie @RobertDowneyJr @vancityreynolds @RyanSeacrest @selenagomez @shawnmendes @SofiaCarson @Sting @SuperM @tomford @TrudieStyler @u2 @vancityreynolds @victoriabeckham @WillSmith @ZoeSaldana Supplied by Instagram.com/face to face
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February 2020 - Sting rays in the shallow waters of the Bora Bora lagoon, Moorea, French Polynesia, Society Islands, South Pacific. Cook's Bay. (Photo by Sergi Reboredo/Sipa USA)
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February 2020 - Sting rays in the shallow waters of the Bora Bora lagoon, Moorea, French Polynesia, Society Islands, South Pacific. Cook's Bay. (Photo by Sergi Reboredo/Sipa USA)
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February 2020 - Tourists on a snorkeling excursion to view black tipped sharks and sting rays in the shallow waters of the Bora Bora lagoon, Moorea, French Polynesia, Society Islands, South Pacific. Cook's Bay. (Photo by Sergi Reboredo/Sipa USA)
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February 2020 - Albatros. Tourists on a snorkeling excursion to view black tipped sharks and sting rays in the shallow waters of the Bora Bora lagoon, Moorea, French Polynesia, Society Islands, South Pacific. Cook's Bay. (Photo by Sergi Reboredo/Sipa USA)
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In this Dec. 30, 2019, photo provided by the Washington State Department of Agriculture, a dead Asian giant hornet is photographed in a lab in Olympia, Wash. The world's largest hornet, a 2-inch long killer with an appetite for honey bees, has been found in Washington state and entomologists are making plans to wipe it out. Dubbed the "Murder Hornet" by some, the Asian giant hornet has a sting that could be fatal to some humans. It is just now starting to emerge from hibernation. (Quinlyn Baine/Washington State Department of Agriculture via AP)
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In this Dec. 30, 2019, photo provided by the Washington State Department of Agriculture, the stinger of a dead Asian giant hornet is photographed in a lab in Olympia, Wash. The world's largest hornet, a 2-inch long killer with an appetite for honey bees, has been found in Washington state and entomologists are making plans to wipe it out. Dubbed the "Murder Hornet" by some, the Asian giant hornet has a sting that could be fatal to some humans. It is just now starting to emerge from hibernation. (Karla Salp/Washington State Department of Agriculture via AP)
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Recording artist Sting, right, and wife Trudie Styler arrive at the 30th anniversary Rainforest Fund Benefit Concert at the Beacon Theatre on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
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Recording artist Sting, right, and wife Trudie Styler arrive at the 30th anniversary Rainforest Fund Benefit Concert at the Beacon Theatre on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
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Recording artist Sting, right, and wife Trudie Styler arrive at the 30th anniversary Rainforest Fund Benefit Concert at the Beacon Theatre on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
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Recording artist Sting, right, and wife Trudie Styler arrive at the 30th anniversary Rainforest Fund Benefit Concert at the Beacon Theatre on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
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Recording artist Sting, right, and wife Trudie Styler arrive at the 30th anniversary Rainforest Fund Benefit Concert at the Beacon Theatre on Monday, Dec. 9, 2019, in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
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The Rainforest Fund 30th Anniversary Benefit Concert Beacon Theater, NY. 09 Dec 2019 Pictured: Sting, Trudie Styler. Photo credit: RCF / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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The Rainforest Fund 30th Anniversary Benefit Concert Beacon Theater, NY. 09 Dec 2019 Pictured: Sting, Trudie Styler. Photo credit: RCF / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Alexandra Richards (officialalexandrarichards / 26.11.2019): Dinner, jewels, Sting, and non stop dancing! A beautiful night to remember Thank you for having me play @cartier #CartierHighJewelry Supplied by Instagram.com/face to face
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Sting Verleihung der INTERNATIONAL MUSIC AWARDS - Berlin, Germany - 22 Nov 2019 fot. Face to Face/REPORTER
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Sting Verleihung der INTERNATIONAL MUSIC AWARDS - Berlin, Germany - 22 Nov 2019 fot. Face to Face/REPORTER
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Sting Verleihung der INTERNATIONAL MUSIC AWARDS - Berlin, Germany - 22 Nov 2019 fot. Face to Face/REPORTER
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Sting Verleihung der INTERNATIONAL MUSIC AWARDS - Berlin, Germany - 22 Nov 2019 fot. Face to Face/REPORTER
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Sting Verleihung der INTERNATIONAL MUSIC AWARDS - Berlin, Germany - 22 Nov 2019 fot. Face to Face/REPORTER
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Sting Verleihung der INTERNATIONAL MUSIC AWARDS - Berlin, Germany - 22 Nov 2019 fot. Face to Face/REPORTER
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Sting Verleihung der INTERNATIONAL MUSIC AWARDS - Berlin, Germany - 22 Nov 2019 fot. Face to Face/REPORTER
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The International Music Award in Berlin, 22nd November 2019 + + + STING auf dem International Music Award (IMA) in der Verti Music Hall in Berlin.
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The International Music Award in Berlin, 22nd November 2019 + + + STING auf dem International Music Award (IMA) in der Verti Music Hall in Berlin.
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The International Music Award in Berlin, 22nd November 2019 + + + STING auf dem International Music Award (IMA) in der Verti Music Hall in Berlin.
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The International Music Award in Berlin, 22nd November 2019 + + + STING auf dem International Music Award (IMA) in der Verti Music Hall in Berlin.
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The International Music Award in Berlin, 22nd November 2019 + + + STING auf dem International Music Award (IMA) in der Verti Music Hall in Berlin.
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The International Music Award in Berlin, 22nd November 2019 + + + STING auf dem International Music Award (IMA) in der Verti Music Hall in Berlin.
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The International Music Award in Berlin, 22nd November 2019 + + + STING auf dem International Music Award (IMA) in der Verti Music Hall in Berlin.
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The International Music Award in Berlin, 22nd November 2019 + + + STING auf dem International Music Award (IMA) in der Verti Music Hall in Berlin.
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The International Music Award in Berlin, 22nd November 2019 + + + STING auf dem International Music Award (IMA) in der Verti Music Hall in Berlin.
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The International Music Award in Berlin, 22nd November 2019 + + + STING auf dem International Music Award (IMA) in der Verti Music Hall in Berlin.
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The International Music Award in Berlin, 22nd November 2019 + + + STING auf dem International Music Award (IMA) in der Verti Music Hall in Berlin.
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Sting bei der Verleihung der 1. International Music Awards 2019 im UCI Luxe Mercedes Platz. Berlin, 22.11.2019 Foto: F. Kern / Future Image- DALLE
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Sting bei der Verleihung der 1. International Music Awards 2019 im UCI Luxe Mercedes Platz. Berlin, 22.11.2019 Foto: F. Kern / Future Image- DALLE
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Sting bei der Verleihung der 1. International Music Awards 2019 im UCI Luxe Mercedes Platz. Berlin, 22.11.2019 Foto: F. Kern / Future Image- DALLE
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Sting bei der Verleihung der 1. International Music Awards 2019 im UCI Luxe Mercedes Platz. Berlin, 22.11.2019 Foto: F. Kern / Future Image- DALLE
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Sting bei der Verleihung der 1. International Music Awards 2019 im UCI Luxe Mercedes Platz. Berlin, 22.11.2019 Foto: F. Kern / Future Image- DALLE
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Sting band. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Sting band. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Sting band. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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British rock legend and former The Police headliner Gordon Mattew Sumner, aka Sting, 68, continue his world tour (The Show Must Go On", he declare) only singing and without playng the bass guitar because a phisical problem during the tour in Australia and the consequence of the left arm brocken. The show (sold out) in Milano's Forum arena starts with one hour of delay because traffic and personal tickets control. 29 Oct 2019 Pictured: Gordon Sumner aka Sting. Photo credit: Bruno Marzi / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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This is the shocking moment the star of new History channel show Kings of Pain voluntarily allows a 6ft python to bite him on the arm. In the gruesome video presenter, Adam Thorn can be seen donning a face and groin mask before allowing the vicious reptile to sink its fangs into his flesh. The Australian scientist can then been heard screaming in pain before his cohost Rob Alleva, yanks the bloodthirsty beast away. A shocked Adam is left with a gaping wound and even has one of the snake's fangs lodged in his skin. The History channels new unscripted series "Kings of Pain" follows wildlife biologist Adam Thorn and professional animal handler Rob "Caveman" Alleva as they get bit and stung by some of the most dangerous animals and vicious stinging insects in the world ? from a reticulated python to a rove beetle ? to create a complete and comprehensive pain index that will ultimately help save lives. The eight-episode, one-hour series premieres on Tuesday November 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on HISTORY. The show is following in the footsteps of Dr. Justin Schmidt, an entomologist who, in the '80s, put himself in harm's way to create a sting pain index. Adam and Rob want to do the same but aim to take it way beyond insects. 27 Sep 2019 Pictured: Adam Thorn allows python to bite his arm for Kings of Pain show on HISTORY. Photo credit: HISTORY / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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