Man "Left For Drunk" But He Was Actually Dead
Sunday, June 10 2012 @ 11:08 AM EDT
Contributed by: Don Winner
Initially the restaurant staff took the local man and placed him in the outside. He was unconscious because he had hit his head and suffered a blackout. Gradually they saw his face begin to change and they called 911. Then paramedics arrived they took his pulse and determined he was dead.
Two acquaintances of the victim appeared at the site and identified him as Julian, who was always in the neighborhood of Don Bosco. Another local girl said the man always came to eat at this restaurant, and he even flirted with her.
National Police units arrived and cordoned off the scene. There were no traces of blood because it had been cleaned by the restaurant workers. Staff of the Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences (IMCF) determined he had been dead for two hours, and a possible cause of death could be related to cardiac arrest, however they would have to wait. Tomorrow, Monday, they will practice more rigorous tests to help confirm and determine the cause of death. No relatives of the victim appeared to identify him. (Critica)
Editor's Comment: He came out of a bar, ate the soup, passed out, hitting his head as he fell. So the restaurant workers just hauled his body outside and left him there. Two hours later they dialed 911 - they probably thought he was just drunk and passed out.