Oh wow, this must be the worst way to die, the ultimate tease.

Right before the greatest night in his full 86 years, a grandpa who won Howard Stern’s contest for a night with  not one, but TWO women at the famed Nevada bunny ranch died, not of a heart attack, but because he choked to death on a piece of steak at dinner before his big night.  Oh, the humanity, oh the cruelty. Had he died by choking at breakfast the day AFTER, he could have departed this life completely fulfilled…now he is forever stuck in one of Dante’s circles of hell, oh-so-close, yet oh-so-far.  What is not mentioned in the article is if his grandson inherited his grandpa’s big night….

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Funny NewsThe 86-year-old man who won Howard Stern’s contest for a night with two women from Nevada’s famed Bunny Ranch died shortly before his promised prize, according to the New York Daily News.

Johnny Orris was set to have a threesome with two women from the brothel, but he choked on a piece of steak at a dinner shortly before he was set to head over to the Bunny Ranch.

Dennis Hof, owner of the brothel, told the Daily News that Orris died while at dinner with his grandson. According to his grandson, paramedics tried to save Orris but were unable to do so.

“Johnny said that he was prepping for the ‘Super Bowl of Sex,’ ” said Hof. “And he never got there.” READ MORE…


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