College Warden Finds Rotting Corpse In A Bangi University Dorm Room

Officers found the woman's body sprawled on the floor.

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A woman was recently found dead inside a residential college dorm room at a public university in Bangi

According to Harian Metro, the body was discovered by a campus warden who noticed a pungent odour coming from the room.

Kajang police chief ACP Mohd Zaid Hassan said that the authorities received a distress call around 12.43pm on Sunday, 17 May.

Authorities found the woman's body sprawled on the floor next to her bed

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Zaid Hassan told Sinar Harian, "A team of officers at the location found the body of the 34-year-old woman in a state of decay."

He also added that the body was rotting and smelled foul. 

Investigations revealed that the woman was a university staff member and she was also a part of the residential college management team.

Selangor police chief Comm Datuk Noor Azam Jamaludin said that authorities have classified the case as sudden death

Selangor police chief Comm Datuk Noor Azam Jamaludin.

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According to Astro Awani, he said, "Initial investigations of the crime scene found that the deceased's items were untouched and we believe that no foul play was involved."

It was also learned that the woman had a history of diabetes since she was 16 years old and was dependant on insulin.

"The body has been sent to the Forensics Department at Serdang Hospital for an autopsy and this case has been classified as a sudden death," he added.

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