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Mystery as man dies after allegedly fighting with his boyfriend in an underground car park

Fight between boyfriends leaves man dead in an underground car park in Sydney’s east – despite no sign of any injury being inflicted

  • A man has died following an alleged fight with his boyfriend in a Sydney car park 
  • Crews were called to the apartment block in Rushcutters Bay on Wednesday 
  • Man was rushed to St Vincent’s in a critical condition but died shortly later

Mystery surrounds how a man died following an alleged fight with his boyfriend in an underground car park in Sydney. 

Emergency crews were called to an apartment block on Kings Cross Road in Rushcutters Bay at about 1.50pm on Wednesday following reports of an assault. 

Officers and paramedics found the man, aged in his 30s, unresponsive in the basement parking area. 

Paramedics performed CPR on the man before he was rushed to St Vincent’s Hospital in a critical condition but he died shortly after. 

Emergency crews were called to the apartment block on Kings Cross Road in Rushcutters Bay at about 1.50pm on Wednesday following reports of an assault. Pictured: Police at the scene

Initial investigations on the man reportedly showed no sign of an obvious fatal injury.

The man and his boyfriend, believed to be aged in his 40s, had been staying with another man at the Rushcutters Bay building for a few weeks, The Daily Telegraph reported. 

They began to argue on Wednesday afternoon and decided to take their dispute to the car park for privacy.

The older boyfriend allegedly then went back upstairs to tell their roommate there had been a fight. 

The two men went back downstairs where they found the man in his 30s unconscious.

Officers and paramedics found the man, aged in his 30s, unresponsive in the basement parking area

Officers and paramedics found the man, aged in his 30s, unresponsive in the basement parking area

The other man allegedly involved in the fight was arrested at the scene and taken to King Cross Police Station, before being treated at St Vincent’s Hospital for facial injuries.

No charges were immediately laid.  

The other man, who was given a forensic jumpsuit to wear after going down to the car park in just a towel, was taken to a police station for questioning but was not arrested.

A crime scene was established and an investigation commenced.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.

The other man, who was given a forensic jumpsuit to wear after going down to the car park in just a towel, was taken to a police station for questioning but was not arrested

The other man, who was given a forensic jumpsuit to wear after going down to the car park in just a towel, was taken to a police station for questioning but was not arrested

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