ORMOC CITY-Too much drinking proved to be fatal to a Canadian national after was found dead about 5:40 am Monday (July 3) in a breakwater in Zone II, Brgy. Sto. Niño, Naval, Biliran.

A Canadian national was found dead in breakwater in Naval, Biliran on Monday (July 3) with health authorities declaring heart attack as the cause of death. (NAVAL MPS)

Police said that the victim, William Ronald Haynes, 62, was found lying face down and lifeless on top of the concrete barrier at the seaside in the said place.
A bottle of liquor was found beside the victim.

Based on the investigation conducted by the police, the victim had an argument with his common-law wife who left their hotel room at about 8 pm Sunday (July 2).

A resident in the area, Jusrel Espina, was said to have saw the victim walking along the seawall at about 10 pm and appeared to be drunk.

Espina continued that at around 11 pm, he noticed that the victim was already lying and seemed to be sleeping, prompting him to wake him up but did not respond.

Dr. Ralph Bueno, the duty physician of the Naval rural health unit, said that the cause of death of the victim was due to a heart attack. (ROBERT DEJON)