A 28-year-old man who apparently died after sunbathing in his backyard is the latest casualty caused by the recent heatwave in Japan.
According to the mother of the man, it has been his habit to occasionally catch some sunlight outside their home as he was working on his tan, reports Soranews24.
A woman in western India went above and beyond to protect her car from soaring temperatures by covering the vehicle in cow dung.
Sejal Shah, who lives in Ahmedabad, Gujarat took cues from an old insulation practice of rural residents, who used the same technique to cover their walls and floors in times of extreme weather conditions.
A brutal heatwave throughout Japan killed at least six people on Saturday and an additional two people on Sunday, according to data from Kyodo News.
In some areas, the extremely high temperatures have reached up to 38.8 degrees Celsius (101.84 Fahrenheit), leaving around 2,000 people hospitalized due to heatstroke and exhaustion across the nation over the weekend.