The couple’s days of rest and celebration in the middle of their honeymoon in Florida, United States, ended on a bad note after the newlyweds experienced a series of complications resulting from a heat stroke, which eventually cemented the divorce of the marriage.
The incident happened in 2015, and, according to the testimony of the affected person, which was recently published by India’s Business Insider, everything was fine until they decided to charter a deep-sea fishing excursion, so hire them for a service that includes free food. and drinks. ride.
A boat trip that ended badly
Of course, one of the important details is that the rental of the excursion is the day after the wedding is celebrated until the early morning.
Despite feeling the consequences of the celebration, the couple arrived at the right place to be part of the walk.
Even after participating in catching fish, the man sat down to rest and began to feel the first signs of discomfort.
According to his story, he first felt the shaking in his neck and then in his left hand. Immediately, his face went pale, and he started drooling. At that moment, a boy belonging to a family that they used to be close friends with offered him a bottle of water, but the man vomited in front of him.
At that point, the problem involved the entire crew. His wife and one of the workers helped him by bathing him in ice and cold water. All this while they were getting closer to the shore.
All this is due to heat stroke.
Once back on dry land, emergency medical responders confirmed that he was dehydrated and that his discomfort was due to a heat stroke, with muscle cramps and vomiting being the main symptoms.
In any case, a shower with ice water is important to prevent damage to his organs.
In his testimony, the man was honest and said that today he is separated from his wife, a separation that came from his wife’s behavior while she was being treated in the ambulance.
And the woman, at that moment, dedicates himself to taking pictures and publishing them on social networks more concerned about reporting that she had never been in an ambulance before than about her husband’s state of health.