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A married couple tried to get busy this week while in attendance at their daughter’s wedding but instead ended in a fatal turn of events. Full story after the jump.

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A Canadian couple who traveled to Mexico for their daughter’s wedding were both found dead in a resort hot tub, after the man reportedly had a heart attack during intercourse and than collapsed onto his wife, drowning her in the process.

Charles Mackenzie, 67, and his wife Dorothy, 63, were in a whirlpool spa when the tragedy struck, according to Canadian Press.

The wedding was planned only just days before by their bride-to-be only daughter Jill. The couple traveled from the small town of Nova Scotia, Canada to Playacar Palace hotel, a beachside resort, in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. A close friend of the couple, who were known as “Skip” and “Dot”, stated they were very well liked in the 900 person populated town. Friend Rodney Harvie stated:

“They were very nice people, very friendly. He was more of a reserved, quiet guy. Of course everyone was friends with them.”

Authorities denied rumors of the couple being electrocuted in the hot tub and stated the deaths were both accidental and are most likely linked.

Employee David Rubio told Canadian Press:

“The room was perfectly fine. All the equipment was working perfectly. What the family mentioned was a heart attack. We are treating them as our own family. All the group is very calm, in the best way they can be.”

Daughter Jill, was reportedly counting down the days to her wedding on her Facebook page. Now the wedding is questionable at best, according to her uncle, Douglas Hastings.