Residents of the Katoloni area in Machakos County woke up to a bizarre incident after a middle-aged man probably in his 50 collapsed and died the night before this morning during a drinking spree. According to one of the deceased friends, the man had just completed one bottle of beer when he collapsed out of the chair.
His friend who realized that he had stopped breathing decided to rush him to the hospital but was declared dead on the arrival. The bizarre incident happened around 10 am on the night of 2bd October 2020. The area chief Anthony Muasi who was called by the bar's owner said that the man could have died because maybe he had eaten nothing. A lot of incidences of people dying in a drinking spree have been on the rise since the president gave a greenlight towards the reopening of bars and clubs. People should not be overjoyed since it might be their downfall just like this 56-year-old man.
The police have taken the body to Machakos hospital where postmortem awaits to determine the actual cause of death.
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