He clearly should have. I mean, what a thug. He didn't even have Alcibiades' political acumen. He was just a gross, lecherous thug.
Well, and possibly a military commander of considerable gifts.
But that's beside the point. He got where he was by a curious personal magnetism and good choice of sleeping locations. Many people have since, I suppose, but in those days before medicine and precautions, it seems unfair that he did so with few negative repercussions until Actium.
I mean, how does a man like that get to kill himself?