A Bronx area hospital employee found dead Tuesday morning may have suffered a heart attack while masturbating. Police sources told the New York Daily News Wednesday that the 48-year-old man, an employee of North Central Bronx Hospital in New York City, had been discovered unresponsive by a co-worker at approximately 10 a.m. that morning.

The man was found "in a remote area" of the hospital "partly disrobed," police said. Sources told the Daily News that it was apparent he had been watching some sort of pornography on a computer at the time of his death, though we don't know if it was a work computer.

Any possibility of foul play has been ruled out, with the leading theory standing that the employee suffered the fatal cardiac event while masturbating. Representatives for the North Central Bronx Hospital did not immediately respond to Complex's request for comment.

Despite the alarming nature of this man's sudden and tragic death, a person’s chance of suffering a heart attack while attempting to reach orgasm is actually very low. Belgian researchers found in 2013 that one had a greater chance of dropping dead after downing a cup of coffee than having sex. According to the AARP, more than half (56 percent) of those who die of a heart attack are actually not doing anything particular at the moment of death.