Reports sweep social media that man found dead in Tower Hamlets area of Dover was covered in cling film
Police have refused to comment on claims sweeping social media that a man found dead at a flat in Dover was wrapped in cling film and may have died when a sex game went wrong.
Two men were arrested on suspicion of murder after the body was discovered at the property in the Tower Hamlets area of the town at around 6am on Tuesday.
The men, aged 21 and 34 and both from Dover, have been bailed until November 7 pending further inquiries.
Reports circulating today said police were investigating the theory that the death was a result of asphyxiation caused by cling film.
A spokesman for Kent Police said it would be "inappropriate" to comment on the claims.
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Where the body was found in East Street
Police outside the flat in East Street
Ambulance crews attended and confirmed the death of the man, who has not yet been formally identified.
Police and scenes of crime officers were spotted searching the area for clues to the death.
Forensics officers were seen coming out of the property, which is terraced and above a hairdressers - named either Janice's or East 3.
Officers were paying particular attention to a blue Renault Vel Satis, half parked on the kerb with its hazard lights left on.
Video: Police at the property where the dead man was found
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