BALI: An Australian citizen was found passed in his hotel room in Bali on Monday afternoon. Police suspected a male died from illness as there was no signs of assault on his body.
Dennis Francis O’Brien, 76, was found fibbing passed during Room 101 of Zest Hotel in Legian, Kuta, where he was staying during his holiday in Bali.
The Kuta Police’s ubiquitous crime section conduct First Insp. Ario Seno explained that O’Brien checked into a hotel on Jun 1 and he was approaching to check out on Jun 22.
“He was seen for a final time after eating breakfast on Sunday morning. Since then, he never left his room.”
Hotel staff began to feel endangered when as of Monday afternoon, O’Brien had not been seen withdrawal his room. They phoned him several times though there was no answer. They after motionless to check a room regulating a master key.
When a doorway was opened, a really bad fragrance emanated from inside a room. O’Brien was found fibbing face down on a bed. Hotel staffers motionless to call a alloy from a circuitously hospital to check either or not he was still alive. After examining his body, a alloy announced a Australian citizen had died.
“It is suspected he died some-more than 12 hours before he was found, ” Ario said.
No pointer of assault was found. “We think he died from illnesses. We found several medicine inside a room,” Ario said. The Australian consulate has been contacted. – The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network