Mila Kunis helps save choking man's life, say reports

Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis helped give emergency treatment says TMZ

Actress Mila Kunis intervened to help a man who had a seizure at her house, according to reports.

The TMZ site says the Black Swan star gave emergency treatment after the 50-year-old man - who works at her house - started coughing up blood and vomiting.

Mila Kunis reportedly ran over, turned the man's head to the side to stop him choking and told her friend to call an ambulance.

The man is said to have since made a full recovery.

A friend of the actress also placed a wallet in the man's mouth to stop him swallowing his tongue, reports TMZ although the NHS advice here is to avoid putting anything into someone's mouth if they are unconscious.

The incident comes days after another "celebrity rescue" - this time by Hollywood actor Dustin Hoffman - who helped a jogger who collapsed in London's Hyde Park.