Yesterday, a close friend of British prime minister David Cameron died in a port-o-potty in the VIP area of the Glastonbury Festival.
Michael Eavis, organizer of the Glastonbury Festival, told media he was told Shale's death was "a suicide situation," but police have not confirmed that yet. Inspector Chris Morgan told media they were still working on establishing Shale's cause of death.
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