Man Bitten By Poisonous Snake Bites His Wife So That They Would Die Together

“He said he love me too much that he wanted to die with me”

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In a gruesome incident in Bihar, a man was reportedly bitten by a poisonous snake and he, later on, bite his wife so that they both would die together.

This could give some serious competition to couples out there regarding love goals (pun intended).

The full report is that Shankar, a resident of Birsingpur Village (Bihar) was bitten by a poisonous snake. But when he realized that he has no chance of survival he decided to bite his wife’s wrist so that he could die along with her.

This incident was covered by India Today, to whom the wife of Shankar said,

He told me he loved me too much and want to die together before grabbing my wrist and sinking his teeth into it. I allowed him to do so.”

Amiri (Shankar’s wife) was saved by doctors but unfortunately, Shankar couldn’t be saved as his injury was too severe at the time of admission to the hospital.

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This incident can work as an eye opener for a lot because being too blind in love could make you do so and when such things happen, the first thing to come in mind should be a fast and effective medical treatment.

And no love would ever want the other one to suffer a bit and to die with them, is definitely not love, but an act of selfishness.

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Written by Jinu Saroha

Jinu Saroha

Writing is his passion. He is currently writing his first novel and in the meantime he is writing for us in News category, Mind Bending Theories, and Entertainment section. He is a really skillful author who gives his own touch while writing which makes it even more interesting.


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