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stunned

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Kelly was stunned and had to be carried home to recover.
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Mr Davis said: "We say it is a stun gun, disguised as a torch - it had the appearance of a torch."
Hunting said the shopkeeper who sold him the stun gun in Turkey had "demonstrated" it on him and it only caused "a minor sensation when held against his skin".
"Christopher Harvey fired or activated the stun gun," said Mr Hadfield.
"That was sent for forensic examination and was found to be a stun gun described as Chinese, a Kelin K95 electronic stun gun and it was in working order."
Morris's trial defense attorney, Bill Ray, told Texas Lawyer he didn't object to use of stun belt during trial because his client was acting "like a loaded cannon ready to go off." He also claimed he did not believe Morris was really being shocked.
The report calls for improved data collection but does not make any conclusions about whether police are engaged in racial profiling in their stun gun use.
Attorneys say while gun manufacturers enjoy strong support from the National Rifle Association (NRA) and other lobbyist groups, stun guns and other less lethal devices don't enjoy the same sort of cohesive industry backing.
There's also a pink version, which looks like a traditional stun gun marketed specifically to women.
While a Massachusetts gun lobbyist association disagrees with last week's state Supreme Judicial Court's ruling upholding a state ban on stun guns, some area law enforcement leaders and gun rights supporters are siding with the SJC that owning a stun gun is not a Second Amendment right.
IN THE wake of attacks on police personnel in the national Capital, the brass of the Delhi Police has decided to equip policemen with stun guns ( police stun baton with built- in torch) or taser for their safety.
This can lead to low blood pressure, nausea, vomiting, muscle cramping, and now we know it may even "stun" your heart.
He is thought to have dropped the bright yellow stun gun as he rushed from Windsor Great Park to an incident in the nearby village of Datchet, Berks.
These days, stun guns can be anything from a traditional gun to a tiny weapon concealed in a lipstick tube or attached to a mobile phone.
In some countries, non-penetrative mechanical stunning is disallowed because of a risk that insufficient power could result in an ineffective stun and, hence, compromise animal welfare.