Let’s make a checklist of ways this is THE BEST way to leave this world:

Die Having Sex: √
Die While On Vacation In Mexico: √
Die Amongst The People You Love Most In Life: √

Now let’s make a checklist of the ways this is THE WORST way to die:

Die Before Seeing Your Child Get Married: √
Die Having Sex In The Bathtub And Your Children Now Have To Deal With The Remains: √
Die In A Manner That Ruins The Biggest Day Of Your Daughter’s Life: √

I’m calling this a tie. This is in fact both the BEST and WORST say to die.

A Canadian couple who traveled to Mexico for their daughter’s wedding were found dead after the man suffered a heart attack and squashed his wife when they had sex in a resort hot tub.

Charles Mackenzie, 67, was in a whirlpool spa with his wife, Dorothy, 63, when the tragedy struck, the Canadian Press reported.

The couple traveled from Nova Scotia, Canada, to Playacar Palace hotel, a beachside resort in Playa del Carmen, for their only daughter Jill’s wedding, which was planned just days after the couple were found dead.

“I know that they’re more concerned about the remains and cremation and things like that,” said Charles Mckenzie’s brother-in-law, Douglas Hastings. “I don’t really know about the wedding.”

Authorities said the deaths are accidental and likely linked.

The man’s heart attack likely caused the woman to drown, an official from the Mexican state of Quintana Roo told the Canadian Press.

A spokesperson for the resort denied reports that the couple had been electrocuted by the hot tub.

“The room was perfectly fine. All the equipment was working perfectly,” David Rubeo told the Canadian Press. “What the family mentioned was a heart attack.”

Rubeo said the couple’s family was still staying at the hotel.

A couple died while having sex in a hot tub at Playacar Palace, an all inclusive resort in Mexico.

“We are treating them as our own family,” he said, noting that staff were helping the Canadians deal with local authorities. “All the group is very calm, in the best way they can be.”

A friend of the couple said they were well liked in their small Canadian town of about 900 people.

“They were very nice people, very friendly,” 45-year-old Rodney Harvie said of the couple, who were known to friends as “Skip” and “Dot.”

“He was more of a reserved, quiet guy. Of course everyone was friends with them,” Harvie said.

Harvie said their daughter Jill moved to Calgary in Western Canada a few years ago, where she met her husband-to-be.

“Jill was counting down the days until she heads down south for her wedding on Facebook.”


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