A 42-year-old labourer formerly of Siriki, in the Upper Pomeroon River, reportedly died by drowning after an outing over the weekend.
Reports are that Sugit Persaud, the father of one child, and formerly of Siriki, Pomeroon River, left his home on Sunday last and went to a shop in the Community where he was said to be viewing the Limacol Caribbean Premier League games played between the “Amazon Warriors and the Jamaican Tallawahs”.
The report added that Persaud didn’t make it back home since he apparently fell into the river and drowned.
On Monday, however, residents in the area discovered Persaud’s bloated and disfigured body floating several yards away from his home at Siriki. They proceeded to inform ranks at the Charity police outpost, who later recovered Persaud’s body and transported it to the Oscar Joseph Hospital, at Charity.
Piranhas had already eaten sections of Persaud’s face. A post mortem report is expected to be performed on the remains.
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