Shocking! Man in Bihar bites wife after getting bitten by snake so they could die together
The man rushed to his wife and told her that he loved her too much and it was his last wish to die together.
From the land of major WTF incidents, Bihar, a man bit his wife after getting bitten by a poisonous snake. No, he did not lose his mind after getting attacked by the dangerous reptile, but it was his immense love for his wife that made him do so. The victim named Shankar Rai from Birsingpur village in the northern state of India was bitten by a venomous snake while he was sleeping. On realizing he might not recover, Shankar decided to end his life along with his wife, Amiri Devi as it was last wish.
So what exactly happened? According to Gulf News report, Shankar Rai, a resident in Samastipur district was sleeping when a snake bit him on Saturday night. When he woke up the next morning, the villager found himself not in the best of the condition. With his health condition deteriorating every passing minute, Shankar realised his end was near and became emotional.
The man rushed to his wife and told her that he loved her too much and it was his last wish to die together. On hearing his heart-felt confession of love, his wife allowed him to bite her. He dug his teeth into her hands and bit her saying they would leave the world together. According to the eyewitnesses, the couple fell unconscious soon.
They were immediately rushed to the government hospital where the man died soon, but the doctors saved his wife due to appropriate medication on time. The woman could be saved as her treatment began on time. She is safe now, a medical practitioner Dr Jaykant told the local media. According to the victim s wife, He told me he loved me too much and wanted to die together before grabbing my wrist and sinking his teeth into it. I allowed him to do so. Well, we are glad a life was saved from this strange love and bit sad for the unfortunate manner in which Shankar died, and his last wish remained unfulfilled.
Published:Wed, June 14, 2017 9:38am