Pompey Magnus Registered User
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Man, 28, Dies After 'Guzzling' Viagra During 12-Hour Romp

A Russian man died after guzzling a bottle of Viagra to keep him going for a 12-hour orgy with two female pals.

The women had bet mechanic Sergey Tuganov $4,300 that he wouldn’t be able to follow through with the half-day sex marathon.

But minutes after winning the bet, the 28-year-old died of a heart attack, Moscow police said.

“We called emergency services but it was too late, there was nothing they could do,” said one of the female participants who identified herself only as Alina.


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What a way to go. The only thing I wonder is if the women were as ugly as sin if he needed a $4,300 incentive to have a threesome with them?

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Loughc Moderator
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Pompey
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What a way to go. The only thing I wonder is if the women were as ugly as sin if he needed a $4,300 incentive to have a threesome with them?



Correction they bet him $4,300 for a 12 HOUR threesome, to be fair, it doesn't matter how savage the 2 women were I'd be bollixed after 2 hours lets alone 12, haha.

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ImGettinPaper Registered User
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lockie1983 said:
Correction they bet him $4,300 for a 12 HOUR threesome, to be fair, it doesn't matter how savage the 2 women were I'd be bollixed after 2 hours lets alone 12, haha.

I'd be bollixed after 2 and a half minutes

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the purple tin Registered User
#34

Has to be King Edward II.
He was murdered by having a red hot poker shoved up his arse

Batsy Banned
#35

The death of the evil SS leader Heinrich Himmler in 1945 in the hands of the British is viewed by some as a little bit strange. There are supposedly secret British documents regarding his death which cannot be looked at until 2045.

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Batsy Banned
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the purple tin said:
Has to be King Edward II.
He was murdered by having a red hot poker shoved up his arse


He certainly was. He was killed in Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire in 1327 for being gay. Despite having a wife he had at least two male lovers - Piers Gaveston and Hugh Despenser. His killing was arranged by his wife, Queen Isabella, and her lover, Roger Mortimer. Bishop Adam Orleton of Hereford told them that Edward II had committed sodomy, which was a capital offence. Apparently his screams could be heard far and wide.

That was in the days before the PC Brigade and the Health and Safety loons came along and is the reason why we can only burn EFFIGIES of Catholics on Guy Fawkes Night.

#37

Some of these stories are giving me the willies.

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#38

Something like 12 people die in the US every year from falling onto upturned knives and forks in their dishwashers . I've made sure mine are always pointed downwards ever since.

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Micky Dolenz said:
In September 1927 dancer Isadora Duncan happened to express her admiration for a Bugatti sports car owned by Benoit Falchetto, a garage owner in Nice. Anticipating that Isadora’s interest might extend to purchasing it, Falchetto offered to take her for a test drive. Since Isadora was lightly dressed, with only a silk scarf around her shoulders, Falchetto offered her his leather driving coat. But she declined. “Good-bye, my friends, I am off to glory,” she called out, theatrically throwing her scarf behind her as the Bugatti pulled away. Seconds later the trailing scarf became entangled in one wheel of the car, and Isadora was strangled.


Her children died in a freak accident years before too, very weird!

The children were in the car with their nurse, returning home after lunch with Isadora and Paris Singer. The driver stalled the car while attempting to avoid a collision with another car. He got out to hand-crank the engine, but forgot to set the parking brake. The car rolled across the Boulevard Bourdon, down the embankment and into the river. The children and the nanny drowned.

Jordo141 Registered User
#40

Via Wikipedia:

Francis "Franky" Brohm, 23, of Marietta, Georgia was leaning out of a car window and decapitated by a telephone pole support wire. The car's intoxicated driver, John Hutcherson, 21, drove nearly 12 miles to his home with the headless body in the passenger seat, parked the car in his driveway, then went to bed. A neighbor saw the bloody corpse still in the car and notified police. Brohm's head was later discovered at the accident scene.
How do you not notice that?

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Lorrs33 Registered User
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Jordo141 said:
Via Wikipedia:
How do you not notice that?


The same way we don't notice the glasses on our heads when we're looking everywhere for them. It's just one of those things

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Degsy Banned
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Batsy said:
He certainly was. He was killed in Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire in 1327 for being gay. Despite having a wife he had at least two male lovers - Piers Gaveston and Hugh Despenser. His killing was arranged by his wife, Queen Isabella, and her lover, Roger Mortimer. Bishop Adam Orleton of Hereford told them that Edward II had committed sodomy, which was a capital offence. Apparently his screams could be heard far and wide.

That was in the days before the PC Brigade and the Health and Safety loons came along and is the reason why we can only burn EFFIGIES of Catholics on Guy Fawkes Night.


Lovely Stuff!

http://great-castles.com/berkeleyghost.php



Visitors to the castle can still see a deep dungeon in the old keep, into which were once thrown the rotting carcasses of animals, accompanied every so often, it is said, by the corpses of common people who had offended the powerful Lord Berkeley. The stench rising from this disease-ridden and malodorous pit must have been unbearable, but it also provided an exquisitely horrific way to punish those of noble birth who had incurred the wrath of the Berkeley family. A windowless cell can be seen close by. Here, unfortunate nobles would be locked away, with only the stinking air from the nearby dungeon to breathe. It provided a convenient method by which to dispose of those who could not be seen to have been murdered, since few people could survive long in the dreadful and fetid atmosphere.
It was this living hell that Edward II found himself confined in 1327, after he was deposed by his wife, Queen Isabella, and her lover, Roger Mortimer. It was their intention that a few days in the dreadful chamber would bring about the king’s death. But his constitution surprised them. He did become ill, but he recovered and managed to survive five months in the loathsome cell. Clearly a more direct approach was required, and so the queen instructed Edward’s jailers, Sir John Maltravers and Sir Thomas Gurney, to dispose of her husband as they saw fit.
And so on September 21, 1327, Edward II suffered the most horrible death of any British monarch. The two men seized Edward and pinned him face down to the bed, whereupon “a kind of horn or funnel was thrust into his fundament through which a red-hot spit was run up his bowels”. Such was the king’s agony that his screams are said to have been heard far beyond the castle walls, and have echoed down the centuries on the anniversary of his death ever since."

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#43

2011: Acton Beale, 20, died after falling from a balcony in Brisbane, Australia, the only person known to have died while participating in a fad known as 'planking'.

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iopener Registered User
#44

i read a good book about stupid ways that humans die,cant remember what is was called any ways the one story that i can remember was about a young kid in america who went to a seaside town for his holidays, he sees the local kids cycle their bikes off the pier into the sea,i'l have a go at that he says and i'll show them how it's done.well the boy ties a rope to himself and the handle bars and cycle off the pier.the poor kid thought he would just be float to the surface with a bike attached,er no.locals couldn't get him out in time to save him poor sod.what he didn't realise is the local kids collect their bikes when the tide goes out.not nice but true

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Plug Registered User
#45

The strangest for me is the Dyatlov Pass incident.

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'The lack of eyewitnesses has inspired much speculation. Soviet investigators determined only that "a compelling natural force" had caused the deaths. Access to the area was barred for skiers and other adventurers for three years after the incident. The chronology of the incident remains unclear because of the lack of survivors.

Investigators at the time determined that the hikers tore open their tent from within, departing barefoot into heavy snow and a temperature of −30 °C (−22 °F). Although the corpses showed no signs of struggle, two victims had fractured skulls, two had broken ribs, and one was missing her tongue.'

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