One afternoon, a man arrives home early from work, expecting a normal day, only to find his wife sprawled out on the bed, gasping and looking distressed.

“What are you doing?” he asks, concerned.

“I… um… I think I’m having a heart attack!” she stutters, her face pale.

“Oh no!” exclaims the husband, immediately alarmed. “Quick, I’ll call an ambulance!” With urgency, he rushes downstairs, grabs the phone, and starts dialing 911.

Suddenly, amidst the tension, his son Johnny appears, sobbing uncontrollably. “What’s wrong, son?” the father asks, worried about his crying child.

“Uncle James is in the closet with no clothes on, Daddy,” the tearful toddler replies, pointing upstairs.

Confused and now angry, the man rushes back upstairs, his mind racing. He yanks open the wardrobe door and, to his surprise, finds his brother James standing there, completely naked, just as Johnny had said.

“You bastard, Jim!” the man yells in disbelief. “My wife is over there possibly having a heart attack, and you’re running around naked, scaring Johnny!”

Amidst the chaos and misunderstanding, tensions ease as they realize it was all a series of unfortunate events—his wife’s health scare, Johnny’s innocent revelation, and James’s ill-timed prank—culminating in a moment of unexpected humor and relief.