Just 10 days after being equipped with a pacemaker, a TV sports presenter suffered a dramatic heart attack while in the air.
You can see Sukru Oytan in video footage that suddenly collapses on the desk in front of him, before slipping from his chair and falling to the studio floor.
The amazing scenes were recorded on a local television channel in the Turkish province of Eskisehir.
When analyzing the game of Sports Toto 1st League Eskisehirspor-Umraniyespor, Oytan stopped suddenly, informs tech2.
After a brief silence, he can be seen leaning his head against the table, while his co-host, Guven Sabaz, seems confused about what to do in the situation.
He can be seen panting while leaning. Sabaz then starts walking towards his colleague, but Oytan falls off the chair and falls to the ground in a heap.
Turkish media said Oytan had suffered a heart attack in the air and was taken to the hospital, where he is reportedly in a stable condition.
In a statement, the local television channel said that 10 days before the incident, the presenter had undergone a procedure to place a pacemaker after being diagnosed with an arrhythmia: slow or irregular heartbeats.
The device is connected to the heart muscles of people through one or two shunts, and can save lives, as it can relieve some symptoms of arrhythmia, such as fatigue and fainting.
If your heart rate is too slow, it sends an electrical signal to the heart muscle to start a heartbeat.
This article originally appeared in The Sun.