Did someone die at MadMonkey (PP) last night?

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Did someone die at MadMonkey (PP) last night?

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Post by frank lee bent » Tue Jun 21, 2016 7:30 pm

Tragic! just 26! It is pitiful to see what happens to these kids. I wish someone would warn them.
His name is Ira Erwin Tilley.
Condolences and heartfelt sympathy for the family
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Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Tue Jun 21, 2016 7:56 pm

The British Man Found Dead On The Bed At The Mad Monkey Guesthouse

Phnom Penh, according to Arey News, around 1 and 30 pm on 21 June 2016, a British man was found dead on bed number 5 at The Mad Monkey hostel located in BKK1, Chamkarmon district, Phnom Penh. Police went to the scene to check the body, but couldn’t explain the cause of the death.

The deceased named Ira Ewan Tilley, British, 26 years old.

The owner of the hostel went to see him in the room after he wasn’t seen getting up after he had been sleeping for so long. So, when the owner went to see him, he was found dead on the bed. Police was alerted about the case by the owner of the hostel and had done three hours examination afterward. After the examination, the police announced that heart attack was the cause of the death. The body is currently being kept at Khmer-Soviet hospital.
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Re: Did someone die at MadMonkey (PP) last night?

Post by jaynewcastle » Tue Jun 21, 2016 11:47 pm

Wonder what the cause of death was ?
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Post by Anchor Moy » Wed Jun 22, 2016 12:39 pm

jaynewcastle wrote:Wonder what the cause of death was ?
A guy staying at the same place has posted OTOF that it was an OD. RIP.

Seems like a lot are dying in PP these days. Too many kids,too many ODs. Bloody shame.
Nothing much can be done about it except to warn people, but not sure they want to listen.
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Post by ExPenhMan » Wed Jun 22, 2016 3:32 pm

Another sad day for the family "back home." A shocking number of youngsters (and a few oldsters) are dying in their GH beds.

But you know what, it's happening back home, too, even with the vast amount of info available on the street and in social media about the dangers of drugs and their unknown quality and sources.
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Post by jaynewcastle » Thu Jun 23, 2016 12:46 am

If they choose to take drugs, then I have no sympathy for them at all. Just feel sorry for the familys
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Re: Did someone die at MadMonkey (PP) last night?

Post by Corner26 » Fri Jun 24, 2016 8:33 am

Ira was an extremely dear friend of mine and my partners'. My fiancé spoke to him everyday whilst Ira was on his travels and was having the most amaIzng time and met the most amazing people. If you have any negative comments about how he died you should keep them to yourself as his family and friends are finding it hard enough as it is.. Let along with insensitive arseholes who don't even know him commenting saying they have 'no sympathy'. It is disgusting you could be so disrespectful, to hundreds of his family members and friends.. Ira was not merely a '26 year old British man'.. He was our life, our best friend, our colleague and our rock. Just imagine if it happened to someone who meant so much to you. Imagine if his poor mother saw your nasty comments. I hope this puts your 'non sympathy' for Ira into perspective because he was absolutely one in a billion and you have absolutely no right to be such an absolute nob.
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Post by frank lee bent » Fri Jun 24, 2016 8:40 am

Agreed
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Post by bolueeleh » Sat Jun 25, 2016 10:43 pm

Corner26 wrote:Ira was an extremely dear friend of mine and my partners'. My fiancé spoke to him everyday whilst Ira was on his travels and was having the most amaIzng time and met the most amazing people. If you have any negative comments about how he died you should keep them to yourself as his family and friends are finding it hard enough as it is.. Let along with insensitive arseholes who don't even know him commenting saying they have 'no sympathy'. It is disgusting you could be so disrespectful, to hundreds of his family members and friends.. Ira was not merely a '26 year old British man'.. He was our life, our best friend, our colleague and our rock. Just imagine if it happened to someone who meant so much to you. Imagine if his poor mother saw your nasty comments. I hope this puts your 'non sympathy' for Ira into perspective because he was absolutely one in a billion and you have absolutely no right to be such an absolute nob.
yes agreed but the posters here have seen too much similiarity in these deaths so you have to take into consideration what they are saying, i agreed that you and your family are grieving but just know this at the back of your head this might be what happened.
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