Tight security measures were taken by the security forces around the hospital and bomb squad took the bullet
for an inspection.
But then, as now, it was the messenger who took the bullet
for embarrassing police and government.
The late SSP, Chaudhry Aslam, was under threat from the Taliban but still the Sindh government, instead of providing extra protection, three days ago took the bullet
proof vehicle from him.
His common law wife took the bullet
through her temple.
Surgeons at Camp Bastion took the bullet
out and I don't know what they have done with it.
History does indeed show that the attempted assassination of Victoria was thwarted pretty much at source but the fact remains - whether he was hit or not - that Prince Albert took the bullet
on behalf of his wife and she was wildly indebted to him thereafter.
Mr Jones said he took the bullet
as a souvenir and he didn't have access to the gun.
And he made certain it was the other guy who took the bullet
For some, history went back on track on March 30, 1981, when Ronald Reagan took the bullet
and lived; for others, it never has.
Gavin's pal Michael Farrell looked with tears in his eyes at the coffin of his best friend who he says took the bullet
A third knows that it could have been his name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, had it not been for the radio pack that took the bullet
and saved his life.
James Taranto, who writes for the Wall Street Journal, made the remark in response to a story in the New York Post stating that three young men used their bodies as shields and took the bullets
from Batman obsessed killer James Holmes intended for their loved ones.
he denied at first but later he admitted that he took the bullets
for the sake of O.
Raglan Ashton, defending, said Russell, who now works as a chef, took the bullets
"as a souvenir".
The robber at my end of the line took the bullets
out to show me the gun was loaded then put them back in, put the gun to the back of my head, and cocked it.