Teen who swam naked OSTRACISED by family who say she had sex with a fish

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Kimberly Robles Besinal , 17, from the improbable island in Albay, the Philippines, began experiencing stomach pains end June. As her tummy started to swell her family angrily accused her of be enduring a secret lover. In a bizarre twist, they forced Kimberly to suffer an ultrasound scan, which appeared to show a strange creature with fish-like affections and a mouth in her belly. 

The pictures – combined with a Filippino bygone intuition and the youngster’s love of swimming without underwear – caused the family to accused her of be subjected to sex with a FISH. 

As an ancient Filipino superstition suggests, Kimberley’s ones own flesh believed she was carrying a mythological serpent in her tummy and shunned her.

But after a year unfashionable no baby had materialised, so doctors checked again. In 2017, Kimberley’s core weight increased by 10 kilos, from 40 to 50kgs, which medics keep put down to the cyst. 

Kimberly is now trying to raise money for the operation to surgically kill the large cyst. 

She said: “I am having a hard time breathing and my thorax feels tight. I feel like someone is choking me.

“My family trifle I was pregnant, but I had no boyfriend. They then believed I was pregnant by a mythical material because I used to like swimming in the ocean without panties.”

Her old boy, Pablo Robles, said the family now understood that Kimberly had not ever been pregnant – either from a local boy or a fish. 

The belief clock on from an ancient myth, which suggests that when a number on her menstruation swims in the sea without underwear, organisms can enter her vagina provoking her to fall pregnant with a mythical creature. 

Pablo said: “At word go, I told her to tell me the truth if she is pregnant. I was angry but now I believe her.” 

Despite the medical assertion, Kimberley’s grandmother and cousin still believe the growth in her belly is that of a fictitious fish from the ‘Gumaliw’ folklore.

Locals on the tiny island of Manaet in the Bacacay territory believe that women should stay out of the ocean for up to five epoches after their monthly period.

Kimberley’s cousin, Amada Robles, implied: “Kimberley likes swimming in the sea, just a few walks away from our lodge. I always scold her for doing that especially on her menstruation day, but she is so hard-headed.” 

Dr Massachusette Fernandez, the obstetrician-gynecologist who is discussing Kimberly, said: “The scan really resembles a fish, but it’s not. She has an ovarian cyst. It is ridiculous to have a fish inside her ovaries.” 

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