His phylactic phylactic resulted in fatal organ failure.
Police are investigating the bizarre case of a 25-year-old Indian man who died suddenly after using high-potency epoxy – instead of a condom – before having sex.
“They used the adhesive to prevent pregnancy,” a local investigator told The Times of India of the prophylactic fiasco, which occurred on June 22 at a hotel in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
According to a senior Ahmedabad city police officer, Salman Mirza of Fatehwadi and his anonymous ex-fiancée were captured on closed-circuit television security footage entering the fatal flophouse in the Juhapura neighborhood of Ahmedabad.
“Several witnesses said that Mirza, along with his ex-fiancée, both drug addicts, went to a hotel in Juhapura,” the senior police official told local media. “There, they applied epoxy adhesive to her private parts because they weren’t wearing any protection. “
In addition to sealing Mirza’s manhood, the couple also mixed the epoxy with a “bleacher” and inhaled the mixture for a “kick,” News18 reported. Acquaintances of the lovebirds told an official that the doomed duo were intoxicated with the chemical cocktail at the time of the unfortunate affair.
The next day Firoz Shaik, an acquaintance of Mirza, discovered the man lying unconscious in bushes near an apartment complex, after which he took him home, according to the Times of India report. His condition quickly deteriorated, prompting Firoz to take his friend to the civilian hospital in Sola.
Police report that Mirza “died of multiple organ failure” caused by the MacGyver-style contraceptive. Meanwhile, the man’s friends suspect he may have passed out while abusing the chemical, and the counterfeit condom only hastened his demise.
Mirza has been described as the “sole breadwinner” of his family, which included his elderly parents and two sisters. His relatives have reportedly lodged a complaint with the local police asking for an investigation into his death.
“The deceased’s viscera samples were sent for forensic examination,” Deputy Police Commissioner Premsukh Delu told local media. “We are waiting for the report to arrive. ”