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Holiday Tragically Cut Short

Police Suspect Heart Attack in Sudden Death of Australian Tourist in a Kuta Bungalow

(1/7/2018) A 37-year-old Australian Tourist from Perth, Clinton James Dally, has been found dead in his room at the Matahari Bungalow in Kuta on Saturday, January 6, 2018.

Dally had checked into the room with his 29-year-old Balinese companion, Ni Ketut Kartika, earlier that day.
During a visit to the Kuta Art Market, the Australian complained to Kartika that he felt unwell, suffering from a headache and stomach pain, and decided to return to his hotel to rest.
Members of the hotel staff found Dally unconscious and face down on his bead at 1:00 pm and immediately summoned a doctor to the room.  A short time later, a doctor declared the man dead at the scene, presumably from a heart attack.
When police examined the room they found a bedside table containing cigarettes, whiskey, and over-the-counter drugs.
While police continue to investigate the case, no foul play is suspected as police are proceeding on the theory that the man may have suffered a massive heart attack.