A university student apparently died of joy after hearing how he had passed his final exams with flying colours.
Mubarak Hussein Sayed Abdel-Jalil, 22, had recently sat his finals at the Faculty of Science of South Valley University in Qena, east-central Egypt.
His family say he was overjoyed at getting his pass on 26th July.
But he then felt a pain in his chest and was overwhelmed with tiredness.
His family rushed him to Qena University Hospital.
Doctors found he had suffered a heart attack and he died later the same day.
Mubarak – a geology student – had just completed his fourth and final year at South Valley University.
After his body was released to his family, he was buried in the family cemetery in Al-Jarfiya village.
Locals media reports highlighted his politeness.
Dr Youssef Gharbawy – the chancellor of South Valley University – sent the student’s family his condolences.
The Public Prosecutor’s Office is investigating the death.
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