Australian and Indonesian authorities are questioning how a Perth father died in a hotel room in Bali over a weekend.
Clinton Dally, 36, was found passed in his room during Matahari Bungalow in Kuta on Saturday, with a internal alloy suggesting he suffered a heart conflict on Saturday.
It’s accepted a father-of-three had taken some Panadol after angry of a headache following a few drinks by a pool with his partner, Fairfax Media reports.
The following day a span went selling during Kuta Art Market though when Mr Dally began to knowledge stomach heedfulness he returned to a hotel room.
His partner asked hotel staff to call a alloy after he fell comatose though Mr Dally was announced passed shortly after they arrived.
“We have finished an review during a hotel room,” Kuta Police arch I Nyoman Wirajaya told internal reporters.
“The room is neat… we do not find any assault or crime in this case.
“The alloy purported that a plant died since of a heart attack.”
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is providing consular assistance to a family of an Australian male who died in Bali.