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These are 7 ways people have died while having sex. The sex accidents and deaths on this list are horrifying!

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7: The Freak Accident
November 23rd, 1983: James “Jimmy the Beard” Ferrozzo dies in a horrific accident in San Francisco's Condor Topless Club at the ago of 40. James, who had a big status in San Francisco, was the club's assistant manager at the time & was dating a 23-year-old exotic dancer named Teresa Hill. One night after the club had closed, James & Teresa jumped on the piano to engage in sexual intercourse. As they were fondling one another, one of their legs hit the piano's motor switch. This activated a mechanism that allows the piano to rise to the ceiling for entertainment purposes. Neither of the two had any idea what was going on, as they were both highly intoxicated. As the piano was moving upwards, James was crushed to death before realizing too late that they were ascending. Teresa, on the other hand, survived because James's body cushioned her from death. She was unable to lower the piano back down as the motor had burnt out but was heard by the janitor early the next morning screaming for help. She was also unable to remember the night as she was too drunk before they even attempted having sex. A detective from San Francisco's police department stated that James died of asphyxiation. The freak accident traumatized Teresa & she quit her job shortly thereafter. But the Condor Club still remains open to this day & they've even dedicated a drink to James called “Sex on the Piano.”

6: Cold Shock & Drowning
November, 2002: 30-year-old Richard Lang & 34-year-old Anita Harold are in the middle of having sex in their vehicle (parked in East Yorkshire) when it rolls into the freezing river nearby, killing them almost instantly. The couple had been dating for about two months & was still in the honeymoon phase. In fact, Richard & Anita had often joked before to friends & family members about having sex in uncommon places for fun. But on the night of the accident, the fun turned up short after the couple had drinks at a nearby pub before driving to a restricted area located at the edge of a river to begin their foreplay. Before they knew it, the car was falling into the river as they were in the middle of their sexual acts. It wasn't until a week later that the car was found by a boat floating in the river. Coroner reports show that both of them had also taken ecstasy that night. Anita died due to shock from the cold water as her body was under the heavy influence of drugs while Richard died from drowning due to the doors being locked. Police officers tried to recreating the car's final movements before it plunged into the river. They believed that it was impossible for the car to fall into the river on its own since it had to have rolled over the edge's bump, which could only be done by being pushed by a third party. Officer John Rusted stated that "The only way we could generate the inertia to carry the car into the water without scraping the underside was when we pushed it. It was extremely unlikely that any movement within the vehicle would generate the momentum to roll it into the water.” A friend of Richard's named Joanne Graham gave statements to police that two men who looked like bouncers & were driving an SUV came up to her to ask her for Richard's address shortly before the couple's death. But in the end, there was not enough evidence to trace anyone back to the murder. In addition, Anita's daughter said after the hearing, “I know there's somebody out there who knows what happened because I am convinced somebody is responsible for this.”

5: Seduction Gone Wrong
November, 1996: 27-year-old Sandra Orellana falls to her death from her hotel's eighth floor balcony while having a one-night stand with her boss, Robert Salazar. Robert was the Vice President of Skill Master Staffing Services in Houston. The two had booked a room at the Industry Hills Sheraton & after several drinks at the bar, proceeded upstairs around midnight to have an affair in Sandra’s room. Robert explained that Sandra—who was engaged to another man at the time—walked out onto the balcony, turned around, & attempted to seductively sit on the rail with one leg up. When she tried changing positions, she toppled over & fell to her death. The prosecution tried charging Robert with first-degree murder by strangulation due to the way she fell. But no evidence was ever found of handprints or choke marks indicating any use of force or violence on her body. Additionally, Sandra's family believed she would never cheat on her fiancée & thought Robert had killed her in order to keep her quiet, stating that he had violated his company's sexual harassment policy. He was found not guilty on both counts of first-degree & second-

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