Death is something that is coming for everyone. What you may not know about death is that it does have a sense of humor. Here are some strange ways people have died:
1. Automic Wedgie
Denver St Clair, 58, was found dead with the waistband of his underpants wrapped around his neck. It was found that his step son suffocated his step father by pulling his underwear waistband over his head.
2. Drowning at a life guard pool party
Talk about irony! n 1985, New Orleans lifeguards threw a party where a thirty one year old guest was found dead at the bottom of the pool.
3. Death by own beard
Hans Steinger of Austria had the worlds longest beard of four feet and seven inches in 1567. There was a fire in Hans town and when he got up to run he didn’t roll up his beard as he usually does. He tripped on his own beard and died after falling and breaking his neck
4. Death by own tounge
Allan Pinkerton died in 1884 when he tripped and bit his own tounge by mistake. The tounge became infected with gangrene which resulted in his death
5. Dying from holding it in
Jennifer Strange died of water intoxication when she tried to win a Wii in a contest called “Hold Your Wee for a Wii” where contestants had to drink as much water as possible without going to the loo.
6. Death by misunderstanding
Napoleoon once accidently ordered the execution of his prisoners. he said ‘Ma sacre toux’, which meant ‘My damn cough’; however, his officers thought he said ‘Massacre-tous’, which means ‘Massacre all’.
7. Laughing to death
Alex Mitchel laughed himself to death in 1975 after watching an episode of The Goodies called the Kung Fu Kapers.
8. Proving a point
Gary Hoy wanted to prove that the windows in the 24th storey office floor were unbreakable. To prove this Gary slammed his body into the window, he burst through the glass and fell to his death
9. Playing catch
Joe Buddy Caine and his friend got drunk and decided to play catch… with a rattlesnake. The snake bit them both but Caine was the only one who died
10. Eating to death
Adolf Federick, the king of Sweden in 1771 ate himself to death. Literally he ate lobster, caviar, sauerkraut, smoked herring and champagne, plus 14 servings of pudding in hot milk.