Friday, April 20, 2012

Woman's Coca Cola Habit Leads to Death

A woman's addiction to Coca Cola has been cited by pathologists as a contributing factor in her death.

Natasha Harris, a 30-year-old mother of eight from New Zealand, drank more than two gallons of soda a day before dying of a heart attack in 2010.

Pathologists testified that Harris likely suffered from low potassium levels as a result of her excessive Coke consumption, and had toxic levels of caffeine in her blood.

In fairness to the manufacturers of Coca Cola, other possible contributing factors in Harris' demise include a 30-a-day smoking habit, piss poor diet, and, presumably, the stress of dealing with eight screaming children.

The only real surprise here is that she managed to drink the Coke without a hefty slug of vodka to wash it down.

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The neighbors never guessed she had a serious Coke habit

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