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Man's family wins $3 million after he dies having threesomeThe family of William Martinez, the Georgia man who died on March 12, 2009 while engaging in a threesome with a friend and woman other than his wife, was awarded $3 million in a medical malpractice suit. Why? Because he died one week after being seen by a cardiologist and one day before he was scheduled to have a heart stress test, reports the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

The attorneys representing the estate of Martinez claimed that Dr. Sreenivasulu Gangasani failed to take a comprehensive medical history of the 31-year-old husband and father of two, who suffered with high blood pressure and was at high risk of having clogged heart arteries. When Martinez came in complaining of pain radiating from his arm, Gangasani checked him out and told him to return in eight days for a heart stress test.

Unfortunately, the threesome proved too much for his heart and he didn’t make it.

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According to a press release issued by the plaintiff’s law firm, Edmond & Lindsay, Gangasani also allegedly failed to warn Martinez that he should stop all physical activity until the test was completed.

The jury actually awarded Martinez’s estate $5 million, but it was reduced to $3 million because they also found him 40 percent responsible for his own death, according to the AJC.

Attorneys for Dr. Gangasani plan to appeal.

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