Ah, the human body. It truly is capable of amazing things, like landing an incredible soccer goal, hovering above ground or designing a jet pack that lets you fly through the air.

And yet, the body is also capable of some not so incredible feats, like failing at make-up tutorials or during "Wheel of Fortune." Then there are times when the human body can land you in serious trouble, like when police accused one Russian teen of stealing a cell phone back in March.

Now, teens being accused of pickpocketing shouldn't make headlines, but what makes the case for the accused, who has only been identified as Thomas by the Moscow Times, so special is the size of the teen's genitals.

See, Thomas, who was born in the Ukraine but moved to Russia with his aunt, says he was 13 when he was caught but didn't have any proper identification to prove it, according to Elite Daily. As such, doctors based his age on the size of his teeth and penis, claiming the latter was so big, he had to be at least 16 to 17.

So what's the big deal between being 13 and 16 in Russia? Well, it turns out 16 is the age when those accused can be tried as adults.

For the full details behind Thomas vs. Russia's penal system and more odd videos this week, check out the videos above.

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  • Stuck Up! The Strangest Objects Ever Inserted Into The Human Body

    Doctors see a lot of strange things on the job, but perhaps no topic is weirder than the objects that find their way inside peoples' bodies, such as this pair of scissors. That's the topic of "Stuck Up!" a new book by Rich E. Dreben, Murdoc Knight and Marty A. Sindhian, a trio of medical insiders.

  • Stuck Up! The Strangest Objects Ever Inserted Into The Human Body

    The book features 100 anecdotes of objects that made their way into the body. Usually the insertion happens either orally or rectally (as in the case of these glasses) but Sindhian says some insertions happen through the nose or the urethra.

  • Stuck Up! The Strangest Objects Ever Inserted Into The Human Body

    Kids are more likely than adults to swallow coins, according to Sindhian, a forensic psychiatrist. Usually, they pass through without incident, but he knows of one case where a patient swallowed 50 coins and was at risk of toxic poisoning from the metals.

  • Stuck Up! The Strangest Objects Ever Inserted Into The Human Body

    People have been swallowing or inserting unusual objects since the dawn of time, but the choice of objects has changed over the centuries. For instance, Sindhian doesn't think that any emergency rooms will be reporting cases of people inserting cassettes into their orifices any time soon....

  • Stuck Up! The Strangest Objects Ever Inserted Into The Human Body

    ...However, objects such as the iPod may become more common. Although Sindhian doesn't know what possesses a person to insert something like that into their body.

  • Stuck Up! The Strangest Objects Ever Inserted Into The Human Body

    Many of the objects that get stuck inside the body were put there by people looking for sexual pleasure. That was the case with this electrical cord.

  • Stuck Up! The Strangest Objects Ever Inserted Into The Human Body

    Some of the excuses are stranger than the objects. Dreben says some patients tell their doctor they were doing some type of household chore in the nude when they "fell" or "tripped" or "jumped into bed" and "landed on the object." Others explain that their predicaments resulted from sexual activity.

  • Stuck Up! The Strangest Objects Ever Inserted Into The Human Body

    Sindhian says that alcohol is also a common excuse, but younger people will say that it happened because of a dare, or because they were attempting to seek sexual pleasure, as was the case with this Barbie doll.

  • Stuck Up! The Strangest Objects Ever Inserted Into The Human Body

    Although most swallowing emergencies happen to kids, Sindhian says adults will often swallow engagement rings, mainly as a way to hide them. Luckily, they usually pass through without incident -- unless the other person finds out what happened.

  • Stuck Up! The Strangest Objects Ever Inserted Into The Human Body

    Sindhian, Dreben and Knight hope their book keeps people from trying to shove their Buzz Lightyear action figure to infinity and beyond and also takes away the stigma of people seeking emergency treatment when something does get stuck inside their body.