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Man dies after using epoxy resin adhesive, salman mirza at Ahmedabad Gujarat


Man dies after having intercourse without a condom and instead using epoxy adhesive.

Severe organ failure was the end result of his ill-advised pseudo-phylactic treatment.

Investigators are looking into the odd death of an Indian guy, 25, who died unexpectedly after using an epoxy glue instead of a condom prior to sexual activity.

In Ahmedabad, Gujarat, on June 22, a prophylactic debacle occurred at a hotel. "They used the adhesive to avoid pregnancy," one investigator informed the Times of India.

It has been reported that Salman Mirza and his ex-fiance were recorded on closed circuit television security tape entering the tragic flophouse in Ahmedabad's Juhapura neighborhood, according to a top Ahmedabad police officer.

Man dies after using epoxy resin adhesive, salman mirza at Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Man dies after having sex using epoxy adhesive instead of a condom

As a senior police official informed the local source, "Several witnesses indicated that Mirza and his former fiancée, both of whom were drug addicts, had gone to a hotel in Juhapura". A special epoxy adhesive was placed on his private parts because they were not wearing any protective gear.

After sealing Mirza's manhood, the couple inhaled a mixture of epoxy and "whitener" for a "kick," stated News18. Officials learned from the lovebirds' acquaintances that they were drunk by the chemical mixture when they hooked up.

According to the Times of India, Mirza's friend Firoz Shaik found the man unconscious in shrubbery near an apartment complex and carried him home. Firoz rushed his companion to the Sola Civil Hospital as his condition deteriorated significantly.

Mirza "died owing to multiple organ failure," according to the police report. But his pals fear that he may have lost consciousness while misusing the drug, and that his death was hastened by the fake condom.

As the "sole earning" breadwinner in his family, which comprised his elderly parents and two sisters, Mirza was described as a role model. The local police received a complaint from his family, asking for an investigation into his death.

Vice-police commissioner Premsukh Delu told local media that the deceased's viscera had been sent for forensic analysis. This report hasn't arrived yet, so we're waiting."


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