6. Cato the Younger
Cato was a Roman Statesman, who always opposed the Julius Caesar and even made a statement that he would rather kill himself than to live in a Rome ruled by Julius Caesar.
Well, eventually Caesar rose to power and being a man of word, in 46 BC Cato tried to kill himself by diving his sword into his stomach.
At the point when his servants discovered him lying on the floor covered in blood with his intestines hanging out, they quickly searched out for a doctor. The doctor evidently stuffed Cato’s guts again into his body (they had not been punctured by the sword) and sewed him back.