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Bail extended for two men accused of murdering man wrapped in clingfilm during kinky sex game

06 January 2014
by Beth Robson

Two men accused of murdering a man who was found wrapped in clingfilm in a Dover flat have had their bail extended for two months. 

The suspects, aged 22 and 34, were due to report back to Kent Police tomorrow, after the discovery of Alun Williams' body in August in a flat in East Street, Tower Hamlets, Dover.

The men have been re-bailed until March 6.

Alun Williams was found dead wrapped in clingfilm after a kinky sex game went wrong.

Alun Williams was found dead wrapped in clingfilm in Dover

Mr Williams, of Coxhill Road, Shepherdswell, was a chef on on P&O's the Pride of Kent. 

His body was found in a flat above a hairdressers on August 20 last year.

The men were arrested that day and police swarmed the area, gathering forensics.

Officers are awaiting the results of a post-mortem examination.

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