The doctors surgically removed the mass. (Source)
2Eyes with two pupils (pupula duplex)
This picture of Liu Ch'ung was featured on Ripley's Believe It or Not a while ago, leaving the world stunned. A wax rendition of the man's unusual condition is included in Louis Tussaud's Palace of Wax. (Source | Via)
3The man with no right eye
Back then, Owen was a successful motorcycle mechanic with a loving wife and a six-month old son. However, nagging sinus issues changed his life. On Feb. 13, 2009, the doctor gave him the news: he had sinonasal undifferentiated carcinoma (SNUC), a rare form of cancer affecting the nasal cavity that had only a 10 percent survival rate. In his case, the cancer has spread so extensively that doctors had to remove half his face, including his right eye, the muscles, and nerves.
Now there's a giant hole where Owen's right eye used to be. When he removes a dental plate, he can stick his finger in that eye and have it come out of his mouth. So, he's trying to make money from his missing eyeball by performing as a zombie in music videos and at haunted houses like The Goretorium in Las Vegas. Also, he has been telling his story at the Venice Beach Freakshow in Los Angeles, and he was featured on a recent episode of the AMC reality series Freakshow. (Source)
4Furthest eyeball popper
Her eyes were officially measured in Istanbul, Turkey on November 2, 2007. (Source)
After inserting the cigarette into his ear or eye, he scrunches up his face as he takes a drag. This creates an internal suction that most humans are, rightly so, not capable of producing. The man, from the Chinese city of Shanghai, then exhales the smoke through his mouth to the cheers of onlookers. (Source)
8Eyetooth implanted in eye
9Eye with two-tooth tumor
Doctors operating on a tumor in Nagabhushanam Siva's left eye were stunned to find the two fully-formed teeth embedded inside. She was diagnosed with Teratoma by doctors at a government hospital in Chennai, Southern India. The tumor had pushed her eye inside its socket and protruded from the skin, blocking her vision and partially damaging the optic nerve. The growth also left her unable to move her eyeball and created lazy eye syndrome.
Doctors said they had seen a few cases of Teratoma with tooth-like tissues embedded in the tumor, but fully formed teeth were very rare.
10Milk squirting eye
Ilker Yilmaz broke one of the world's most unusual records on August 31, 2004 in Istanbul, Turkey. The 28-year-old construction worker loudly snorted milk up his nose and squirted it 2.795 meters (9.2 feet) out of his left eye in what he hoped would be recognized as a world record.