Young Man Dies From ‘Extreme Orgasm’ After Passing Out While Having Sex With A Prostitute

A 35-year-old man has passed away after having an “extreme orgasm” which made him lose consciousness while having sex with a prostitute.

Police say, he passed out after having a sexual encounter with a woman from the Phalombe area in Malawi.

The man, who was revealed as Charles Majawa, passed away a short while after he reached what officials are referring to as an excessive orgasm.

The woman is said to have called the police after talking to her colleagues about what had happened.

A Migowi Health Centre medical examiner and police then viewed the body and confirmed the cause of death, which took place in August 2020.

The investigation concluded that the cause of death was an “excessive orgasm which caused blood vessels in the brain to rupture”.

According to reports, authorities confirmed that the woman was not seen as a suspect for the death of Mr. Majawa and that she will not be charged with a crime.

Senior Chief Kaduya reported that the man’s body was brought back to his home village of Matepwe.

Local news outlet Nyasa Times reported that Mr. Majawa “died of too much sexual excitement and sweetness.”

A spokesperson for the Phalombe Police Station confirmed that the man had booked a room with the prostitute and “ended up collapsing and becoming unconscious while in the act.”

According to a study, having sex at least once per week halves the risks of early death.

Researchers also found that regular sex sessions are linked to lower odds of dying from all sorts of illnesses including heart disease and cancer.

They compared having sex to “moderate-intensity” exercise and noted it has similar health benefits.

Uplifting chemicals are released when having sex and this boosts mental health and encourages the activity of “natural killer cells”, which can lower the risk of cancer, viral diseases, prevent infections, as well as improve other conditions, such as asthma.

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