What can Pope John XII and Conqueror Attila the Hun have in common?
The answer is: SEX!
Strange as it may sound, both Pope John XII and Attila died while having sex! At least that’s how many historians support it.
John XII was Pope from 16 December 955 until his death in 964. During his term he was accused of corruption and materialistic tendencies.
Among other things, he had been accused of having sex with a long list of ladies and his father’s mistress, taking money to approve priests’ ordinances and castrating a cardinal!
Attilas was born in 406 and was king of the Huns from 434 until his death in 453.