‘Dead’ Prostitute Leaps From Her Coffin

March 31, 2013
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A prostitute in Zimbabwe ‘died’ during a hotel romp with a client – only to come back to life as her body was being put in a coffin.

The vice girl reportedly collapsed during a sex session last week at the Manor Hotel in Bulaweyo.

Convinced she was dead, her shocked client called the police – who sent paramedics to collect the body.

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But as they were loading the ‘corpse’ into a metal coffin, the hooker suddenly woke up screaming.

Local news reports claim she leaped from the casket, yelling: “You want to kill me, you want to kill me”.

Read more at The Sun.

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