An Australian real estate agent found dead on a Bali street is said to have screamed and banged his head on the ground minutes before his death.
Charlie James Bradley, 28, was found dead outside a hospital clinic in northern Kuta just hours after leaving the Finnish beach club on Sunday.
His distraught family say there is an inexplicable time difference between Mr Bradley leaving the club just after midnight and 3:40am, when his body was found in the street.
Charlie James Bradley, 28, was found unconscious outside a hospital clinic in northern Kuta after leaving a club on Sunday morning
North Kuta Police Chief Made Pramasetia told Daily Mail Australia that two witnesses have been questioned by police, including a resident who was passing a motorcycle when he came across Mr Bradley’s body.
“The second witness was a taxi driver who said he saw the person in the middle of the road,” Mr Pramasetia explained.
He tried to wake him up, but he got no response. Later, the taxi driver and the first witness along with some local residents took the person in his taxi to Siloam Hospital in Kuta.
Indonesian police say they have launched an investigation into the broker’s death and have spoken to two witnesses so far
“But when they arrived at Siloam Hospital, the doctor stated that the victim had died because he had no pulse and his pupils were dilated.”
Mr. Pamasetia said they could only determine the cause of death after the autopsy report.
He said a friend of Mr Bradley’s came into the police station in the days following his death.
Mr. Bradley’s family has released chilling details about his final moments.
“He fell to the floor, screamed, got up, collapsed screaming, then banged his head repeatedly,” his sister Beth Bradley said. 7News.
“Whoever took Charlie to that hospital has video of Charlie minutes or maybe even an hour before he died.”
She asked, “Why did you take him in when he was having a hard time?” Or did you record it hoping it would reach his family?’
“My family is broken,” she added.
“He loved to party, but he knew his limits. All his belongings were with him – it just doesn’t make sense.
Ms Bradley wrote on social media: ‘Please help us find an answer. Someone out there knows more than we do.’
The family has questioned whether his drink was spiked or if he was the victim of a misadventure.
His sister, Beth Bradley, told 7News that her family is “broken.”
Mr. Bradley, a British citizen, migrated from Coventry to Sydney in 2013. He posted a photo of himself posing in front of the Harbor Bridge with the caption: ‘Beats Coventry I reckon’
The avid amateur boxer had flown from Sydney on Thursday to attend a music festival on the popular holiday island with a friend.
The couple broke up and Mr Bradley reportedly tried to call his friend three times but couldn’t get through.
His sister, Beth, told 10 News First Adelaide on Wednesday that they desperately wanted to know what happened after he left Finns’ beach club at 12.
“There’s a three-hour time difference between Charlie leaving the site, which was only 15 minutes from where he was staying,” she said.
“Charlie’s body was reported and only two minutes away from the villa where he was staying.”
Through tears she added, “Because we haven’t even identified his body yet, we don’t know the size of his wounds.”
The real estate advisor worked for real estate companies such as Belle and McGrath and specialized in the Newcastle market.
Mr. Bradley, a British citizen, migrated from Coventry to Sydney in 2013.
He posted a photo of himself posing in front of the Harbor Bridge with the caption: ‘Beats Coventry I reckon’.
The family of the 28-year-old, who lives in Adelaide, is working with British authorities to return his body to Australia.
His devastated sister Angela confirmed the sad news on social media this week.
“This shocking news has completely rocked our family, Charlie was loved by so many,” she wrote.
“Let this remind you all that life is too short, and hug those closest to you tight.”