There is no obvious injury on his body, which was suspected as sudden death.
At 11am yesterday, reporter entered the hotel. The lobby was bustling and business was as usual. But the police car parked outside the hotel and the policemen entered the elevator from time to time created a different atmosphere from the past. Reporter went to the Room 3422 on the 34th floor, turned out to see several policemen investigated in the room, with several people who are in charge of the hotel providing assistance.
Reporter proposed to stay at 34th floor, but the manager said the 34th floor was under renovation and inconvenient to stay. Since then, a woman manager also refused reporter's inquiries by saying that it was inconvenient to disclose the situation. It was not until 12am at noon that the police pulling up the long corridor cordon outside the incident room, which prevent outsiders.
According to insiders, the dead was about 50 years old, Norwegian, and check in around 5pm the day before yesterday. He was only wearing a piece of underwear, lying on bed, one hand hanging at the edge of the bed, the body covered with blanket but had been hardened when he was found dead. It is said that the men's hands and feet can not be bending when the ambulance arrived more than 10 o'clock in morning. He was suspected been died for four to five hours already.
Reporter learned that green points appeared on the deceased's hands and feet, but with no obvious injuries, when the dead was found, so he was initially suspected to be sudden death.
Reporter were trying to get confirmation from the person in charge, but no response. Details of the incident were wait for the police to investigate.
Editor: Canton Fair