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Man found dead in Waikiki

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 01:32 p.m. HST, Jan 20, 2014



Police are investigating the discovery of a man's body in Waikiki Sunday afternoon.

The case is classified as unattended death and there doesn't appear to be any signs of foul play, police said.

The body was transferred to the Medical Examiner's Office, which will determine the man's identity.

The body was discovered off Koa Avenue behind an apartment building.






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HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Sometimes we wonder why it is so important to report events such as people getting critically injured, or found dead in this case. Recently my mother passed away, and the mortuary reminded us that it is up to us to have her obituary published. Unfortunately death, as well as births and marriages are within the scope of any local newspaper, as well as The State Department of Health.
on January 20,2014 | 07:19AM
Pocho wrote:
huh? I would think so something personal like that.
on January 20,2014 | 07:29AM
ellinaskyrt wrote:
Yep. The function of a newspaper is not only to report about sports events, crimes, news of the day, etc., but to act as an official witness to seemingly mundane events in the lives of the citizens in its community. Vital statistics - births, deaths, marriages - are properly reported in a town's daily. One very well known example would be the reporting of our President's birth in the Honolulu Advertiser.
on January 20,2014 | 08:10AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Scary town side
on January 20,2014 | 08:38AM
Slow wrote:
thank you allie. Yikes!
on January 20,2014 | 08:53AM
NanakuliBoss wrote:
Lol, did SA put the advertisement " Thank You Schratz,Thank You Mazie" right next to this morbid article?
on January 20,2014 | 10:04AM
false wrote:
Another homeless?
on January 20,2014 | 10:14AM
serious wrote:
false: My thoughts also!! But evidently from the short report it wasn't a traumatic occurrence.
on January 20,2014 | 10:42AM
cojef wrote:
An ugly ad next to article smells of fungus nails. UGH!
on January 20,2014 | 02:48PM
waianaetransplant wrote:
The passing of a life is it not important enough reason some ones daughter or son or a mother or father . Some times if for no other reason than no one else would mourn this persons passing every life no matter how trivial it may seem is important if for no other reason than to say you mattered
on January 21,2014 | 05:53AM
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