How do you want to go out, in your sleep or in a hail of bullets? What about dying from extreme orgasm with a hooker? According to U.K. media outlets, that’s exactly how a 35-year-old man named Charles Majawa kicked the bucket in Phalombe, Malawi, on the southeastern side of Africa near the border of Mozambique.
“Excessive orgasm” has been listed as the official cause of death for Mr. Majawa. Apparently, he died August 18, 2020, but an official cause of death had yet to be confirmed. Now, The Sun reports, Mr. Majawa’s family officially has closure in the case.
That’s right, their son went out…banging too hard. Blood vessels in his brain ruptured during the act with the sex worker, and just like that, he was gone. Cops are saying the woman will not be held accountable for Charles’ death. It was just one of those things. Local newspaper the Nyasa Times called it like it was, the man “died of too much sexual excitement and sweetness.”
A police spokesperson said the man had hired the sex worker and “ended up collapsing and becoming unconscious while in the act.”
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While death by excessive orgasm isn’t widely researched by doctors, experts at Johns Hopkins say you should be careful firing up the gun and start blazing if you have shortness of breath, nausea, indigestion or chest pain.
“The possibility of having a heart attack during sexual activity is exceedingly low and shouldn’t scare you away,” Michael Blaha, M.D., M.P.H., director of clinical research at the Johns Hopkins Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease, explains. “As long as you’re not experiencing any symptoms, it’s not worrisome.”
In other words, don’t get scared of excessive orgasms. Charles was a special case and clearly went out doing what he loved.
Like LeBron has been quoted as saying, “Every night on the court I give my all, and if I’m not giving 100 percent, I criticize myself.”
Guys, go out there and give 100%. You never know when it’ll be your last.