Fluids from decomposing body upstairs force restaurant closure

WINDSOR, Conn. — Fluids leaking from a decomposing body upstairs have compelled well-being officers to close a Connecticut restaurant.

WFSB-TV tales Windsor police have been often called to the Siam Corner Thai Kitchen and Pho restaurant on May 29 for a report of a foul odor and a reddish-brown liquid dripping from the ceiling of the restaurant behind the doorway counter.

Police say they entered the apartment above the restaurant by the use of an unlocked window and situated the tenant’s body in his mattress. They say he had been lifeless for quite a lot of days.

Police say no foul play is suspected. They have not launched the folks establish.

The well-being division says the restaurant stays closed.

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