A warning has been issued over Jagerbomb cocktails after a teenager nearly died from downing 10 in quick succession.
Jayde Dinsdale, 18, from Yeovil, suffered three heart attacks the morning after knocking back the drinks on a night out.
She ‘died’ momentarily before being resuscitated and placed in an induced coma.
Thankfully she has since made a full recovery.
She has now warned others to avoid the drinks, which are a mixture of high-alcohol liqueur and high- caffeine energy drink.
“You’ve no idea how much caffeine is in them and how dangerous they can be,” she told the Daily Mail.
“I hope people will think twice about energy drinks. They could be deadly.
“The doctors have said it is all to do with the energy drinks. Alcohol slows your heart rate but the energy drinks speed it up.”
Medical experts say while most people can tolerate caffeine in moderation excessive consumption can lead to seizures and strokes.