Is it true people defecate and urinate when hit by a TASER? For the most part no. If I recall from training right only about one out of a thousand people will have an accident. Usually it more a result of the body relaxing after the shock than a result of the direct application of the voltage.
Simply so, how painful is being tased?
It felt like getting hit with a metal baseball bat, then an intense tension muscle cramp while being stabbed repetedly with a pitchfork. After it was done, it was achey and dull for about an hour. It doesn't just hurt, and it's not called non-lethal. It's called less than lethal.
Subsequently, question is, what happens if you Taser yourself?
If you are lucky your hand doesn't lock on the trigger or button of the taser and you don't zap yourself until the batteries run dead. Most people have uncontrollable muscle tremors and some lose control of their bowel or bladder. Some people experience heart failure or other complications, uncommonly.
Where is the best spot to get tased?
The neck, under the arms, stomach, thighs, and groin area will have the most impact as points of contact. The face and neck are effective and painful targets as well. Think large muscle groups or places with lots of nerves, that is the ideal place to shock an attacker.
What are the side effects of being tased?
The TASER's effect on the human body TASERs cause muscle contractions, but do not appear to trigger the release of the muscle enzyme associated with muscle cell damage -- creatine kinase. If levels of that enzyme are high, it causes a condition called rhabdomyolysis, which can lead to kidney failure.