A Brit drowned in a swimming pool during the first night of his holiday in Cambodia, an inquest has found.
Kieran Blakeledge had lived in Australia since 2014 and decided to visit the east Asian country.
The 28-year-old arrived at his in the coastal city of Sihanoukville last December, Lincolnshire Live reports .
“He had been accepted in Australia for four years and had a visa. He was over the moon and had gained sponsorship”, his dad James told an inquest into his death on Friday, May 24.
The coroner said there was a small cut near his eye, which is believed to have come from falling into the hotel pool.
She added that there was no sign of injury, but found there to be bruising around his foot.
The potential involvement of other people in his death was ruled out by the coroner who said that tests showed he had taken no illicit substances at the time of his death.
A post-mortem exam was carried out after Mr Blakeledge’s embalmed body was brought back to the UK.
The coroner found some traces of alcohol but added that this was most likely due to the embalming process.
She added that there was no suggestion that he took his own life and there was nothing suspicious about his death.
The inquest concluded that Kieran’s death was accidental.
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