UPDATED 21 June 3:30 pm
Just a week after a dead body was found at the foot of Marina Bay Sands' Sky Park, another one has been found -- this time at an outdoor area of the hotel.
A police spokesman said that they received a call around 9 pm on Wednesday evening informing them that a body had been found at Marina Bay Sands hotel.
The 32-year-old Indonesian man was pronounced dead on the spot, and police are investigating it as an unnatural death.
Local media reported that a body was found outside the Rise lobby restaurant on the ground floor. MBS confirmed the incident in a statement issued to the media later.
The Straits Times reported that the man is believed to have fallen from the 52nd floor of MBS Tower Two, and his body had broken into several parts due to the force of the fall and the curved design of the building.
As a result, his legs are believed to have been found lying 10 m apart on the ground, and parts of his body were discovered from the 18th floor of the building downwards, making identification of his gender difficult initially.
Twenty-two year old national serviceman Marcus Ong, who was present at the MBS hotel, told Yahoo! Singapore that he saw police officers around the lobby and on the 4th and 5th floors at 1:15am. The body had been cleared by that time.
Just last week, a tourist is believed to have fallen from the 56-storey Sky Park.