Death may surprise both men and women, in the most unpredictable and uncomfortable circumstances, and sometimes even leading to being posthumously famous by how it happens. Such is the case of the men who died in the sexual act (some of them famous), but not with their wives or partners, but while maintaining relationships with prostitutes, including: Forrest Hayes (Google executive), Glenn Miller (jazz musician), Jean Danielou, Felix Faure (President of France) and to the very Pope Leo VII.
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Nobody knows what the day of their death will be. It's a fact that all will someday cease to exist, but no one knows how, let alone where. That is why, throughout history, we've been fascinated by several cases where death seems taken from a thriller movie. The following cases are those of men who died in the arms of prostitutes.
Trapped penis. That's how doctors called this cased, which they faced in early 2016, in China. A prostitute entered the hospital in Beijing, with a customer inside her, whom had died during intercourse and his penis was stuck. The doctors managed to do the separation through a surgical process, and the autopsy revealed that the man, aged 71, had died of a cardiac arrest.
Forrest Hayes. It happened in the United States in November 2013. This important Google executive wanted more fun after work. For this, he hired a prostitute. Such was his bad luck, that she was a con-woman used to drugging and robbing wealthy clients. Forrest consumed a high amount of drug, to the point that he died before the eyes of the prostitute, whom was arrested shortly afterwards.
Dead by seeking pleasure. The deeds took place in Spain in the beginning of 1992. A common citizen, veteran bachelor, decided to visit a bawdy house, from where he came out dead. Investigations revealed that the man died of a cardiac arrest while having intercourse with a prostitute. The woman, named Maria del Carmen, willing to avoid problems, dressed him and brought him to a street near the brothel. But she was discovered by the authorities and taken to prison.
Glenn Miller, the famous jazz musician. His death was in Paris, in one of his favorite jazz joints where he used to play, which was also a brothel. It was 1944 and Christmas was approaching, and Glenn was at the brothel enjoying a few drinks; He wanted more than that, and asked for the company of a prostitute. Some time after being in a room, she ran out screaming because Glenn had suffered a heart attack and died.
Jean Danielou. He was a very important Catholic theologian and counselor, since the decade of the 30s. Despite being a religious and spiritual man, he also had a taste for some worldly pleasures. So, quite often he visited places where prostitutes worked and was in the company of one of them, who died of a great stroke in his heart, at the age of 69.
Felix Faure. In 1895, he was elected president of France. His mandate lasted only four years instead of habitual five, by force majeure, as in early 1899, he was found dead in an alley in New York, with his pants down. Investigating the case, police found that minutes before his death, a prostitute had practiced oral sex on him, and seeing that he fainted, ran away in fear of going to jail.
Pope Leo VII. Years before becoming the pope, he was not very religious; He was known for performing mundane activities like any other citizen, among which, visiting nightclubs and mingling with sex workers. In the year 939, already being a notable member of his religious doctrine, he died of a heart attack while having sex with a prostitute. The image of this pope was not his best in the end.
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