So dismal! Excellent Accountant Electrocuted While Bathing After Phone She Was Charging Fell Into Bath

A selfie-adoring bookkeeper kicked the bucket after her cell phone 'slipped' into the shower she was laying in while charging.

Evgenia Shulyatyeva, 26, kicked the bucket at the scene in Kirovo-Chepetsk, Russia, subsequent to being shocked by the gadget when it fell into the water.

Her body was found by her crushed mum, Vera, only minutes after the fact.

Evgenia's passing is presently being researched by the Russian Investigative Committee following a string of comparative passings in the nation.

Paying tribute to Evgenia, companions posted photographs on the web.

One stated: "Sister ... rest in harmony .... rest soundly .... you are perpetually in our souls … Call me tomorrow, state that was an only a fantasy, this isn't reality."

Another additional: "You were so splendid … Sleep well… ."

Her passing pursues that of another young lady who was shocked in her shower after her telephone fell in the water.

Russian combative techniques champion Irina Rybnikova, 15, kicked the bucket quickly because of the "heartbreaking mishap".

The 15-year-old was discovered dead in the water at her home in Bratsk, Russia, in December.

She was a boss warrior in pankration - an antiquated Greek type of "no principles" boxing and wrestling - and had been chosen for her nation's national group.

Talking already after Irina's passing, Yury Agrafonov, the head of radio-electronic division of Irkutsk State University, stated: "Water is a decent conductor. This is the reason there was a short out when the telephone fell into the water.

"In the event that the telephone had not been connected to 220 volts, the disaster would not have occurred."

Another lady, 26-year-old Liliya Novikova, who was named Russia's "most excellent poker player", was discovered dead from a presumed monstrous electric stun in her washroom in June.

Liliya Novikova had been separated from everyone else at home and her body was found on the floor of her washroom in Moscow.

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