Australian found dead with foaming mouth in Bali

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Body discovery illustration. (IO/Pebri)

Jakarta, IO – An Australian national Youssef Salim (53) was found dead in a hotel room in Bali with foaming mouth on Wednesday (31/8).

Denpasar Police spokesperson First Inspector I Ketut Sukadi said the man appeared to have died as a result of illness, Detik reported on Thursday (1/9).

“It is suspected that the victim died of illness because in the room we found drugs belonging to the vistim,” said I Ketut Sukadi.

Sukadi explained the victim was found in a supine position on the bed. His legs were bent with his arms straight at his sides and his mouth was foaming. When found, he was wearing gray underpants and no shirt.

Several drugs that were found in the hotel room include one bottle of Ferro-gradC, two strips of Sandoz, one strip of Xigduo XR 5/1000, one strip of Trajenta, one strip of Sirrivostaffin, one strip of Amitriptyline, one strip of Aspirin and one bottle of medicine spray.

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The body was then examined by officers from the Denpasar Police’s Automatic Fingerprint Identification System (Inafis). The Inafis team arrived at the scene at around 17.40 WITA. Based on the external examination results, no foul play was suspected, said Sukadi. (rr)