The Bachelor’s Colton Underwood reveals girlfriend Cassie Randolph got stung by a stingray


The Bachelor’s Colton Underwood reveals that girlfriend Cassie Randolph got stung by a stingray during a ‘quick trip’ out of isolation

As people around the country are encouraged to isolate in an attempt to limit the novel coronavirus spread, many are already getting cabin fever.

The former Bachelor Colton Underwood and his love Cassie Randolph took a break from isolation for a dip in the ocean.

But on Monday, Underwood revealed that the break didn’t go as planned when Randolph got stung by a stingray.

Better days: Colton Underwood revealed that his girlfriend Cassie Randolph (pictured together in Nashville in November) got stung by a stingray when they tried to hit the beach in a break from social distancing over the weekend

Oh no: He shared a video of Cassie in excruciating pain, while he tried to distract her with a game of UNO

Oh no: He shared a video of Cassie in excruciating pain, while he tried to distract her with a game of UNO

In an Instagram 28-year-old Underwood shared a video of the sting’s aftermath after hitting the water in Huntington Beach.

Randolph seems to struggle while soaking her stung foot in a bucket of water, in the video, while Underwood says he is ‘trying to keep her mind off of her foot,’ with a game of UNO.

He gently rubs her shoulder while she struggles through the pain,

‘While we were in isolation yesterday we decided to take a quick trip to the ocean and swim,’ he wrote. ‘It was cut short after a sting ray stung @cassierandolph in the foot.’

Not pleased: Cassie definitely looked in pain

Not pleased: Cassie definitely looked in pain

Waiting game: In a second photo, he showed her swollen leg soaking in a bucket in a hospital room

Waiting game: In a second photo, he showed her swollen leg soaking in a bucket in a hospital room

The couple took it as a sign that they needed to stay inside.

He added: ‘Mother Nature sent us a warning shot to get back inside. I tried to take her mind off of it by playing UNO (It did not work).’

‘Thank you all for your prayers and concerns,’ he said. ‘After about 5 hours of pain and a weird reaction to the venom…Cass is doing much better ♥️ stay safe y’all!’

Randolph, 23, who won Underwood’s heart on season 23 of The Bachelor, shared the video of her experience said she ended up in the ER after experiencing an allergic reaction to the venom.

Oh no: Cassie, who won Colton’s heart on the 23rd season of The Bachelor, explained that she had an allergic reaction to the venom and was in pain for five hours before going to the ER

Oh no: Cassie, who won Colton’s heart on the 23rd season of The Bachelor, explained that she had an allergic reaction to the venom and was in pain for five hours before going to the ER

‘Welp, sm content is gonna be kinda limited with all our social distancing so here is a painful video of how I spent the majority of my day yesterday,’ she wrote ‘After 2 days in the house, we decided to go play in the waves (don’t worry, the beach is pretty empty) and I got stung by a stingray. SO PAINFUL. ‘

Adding: ‘True to myself I had an allergic reaction to the venom (if a bad reaction is unlikely to occur, it occurs to me… I’m a magnet ) I spent 5 hours in excruciating pain…. ended up in the ER after getting hives and my entire leg was swelling.’

Though she said now she is doing well. ‘I’m fine now, got medication and my swelling is slowly subsiding. The most ironic part of all this: the hospital floor had STINGRAY artwork everywhere… Ps. thank you to my fam for taking care of me.’

It comes after California Governor Gavin Newson, ordered the closure of many public places and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti urged isolation and the closure of bars, restaurants, gyms and other public places to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, on Sunday.

Doing alright: Colton flashed a big smile on his fac

Doing alright: Colton flashed a big smile on his fac