Fluids leaking from a decomposing body upstairs last month forced health officials to close a Connecticut restaurant, according to a Monday report.

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Authorities were called to a Thai restaurant in Windsor on May 29 regarding a foul odor and a reddish-brown liquid dripping from the ceiling of the restaurant, WFSB-TV reported. Windsor is about 10 miles north of Hartford.

A Connecticut restaurant, pictured, was closed late last month after authorities discovered a dead body upstairs.

A Connecticut restaurant, pictured, was closed late last month after authorities discovered a dead body upstairs.
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Police said they entered an apartment above the restaurant through a window and found the tenant’s body in bed.

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Evidence indicated he had been dead for several days. Police said no foul play is suspected. The man’s name was not released.

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The health department said the restaurant remains closed amid ongoing investigations. No additional details were given.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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