OAP-rim­ming hubby killed by nut al­lergy

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A MAN who smeared peanut but­ter on his anus for a taboo RIM­MING ses­sion ac­ci­den­tally KILLED his hus­band – who had an un­di­ag­nosed al­lergy to the spread, an in­quest heard.

Pre­ston Fro­bisher, 73, mar­ried 21- year- old Mar­cus Din­gle ear­lier this year and a coro­ner heard the older man was a “big fan” of rim­ming, or anilin­gus, as it is known.

The in­quest was told that Mr Din­gle was “not keen” on putting his mouth near his OAP hus­band’s rear end but was even­tu­ally per­suaded af­ter Mr Fro­bisher ( above) “sweet­ened the pill” with peanut but­ter.

Un­for­tu­nately, Mr Din­gle had de­vel­oped a peanut al­lergy. Most peo­ple have the al­lergy from birth but it can come on as an adult.

Mr Din­gle was dead by the time paramedics ar­rived at the cou­ple’s home in Birm­ing­ham.

Cause of death was found to be heart fail­ure brought on by ana­phy­lac­tic shock.

Ver­dict: Misad­ven­ture. Q: HOW did the wash­ing pow­der get out at cricket? A: It was Bold. – Harry Hill TWATTED: Lance

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