Malaysian singer Vivien Loh discovers a dead body in her apartment building in Taiwan


Vivien Loh is a Malaysian singer who's currently developing her career in Taiwan. Photo: Vivien Loh/Instagram

Malaysian singer Vivien Loh revealed in an Instagram story on Nov 23 that she found the dead body of an old man at a unit in her apartment building.

The Taiwan-based singer said that there had been an unpleasant odour coming from an apartment unit on the first floor all week.

However, she brushed it off thinking it was the smell of pet faeces or a dead animal that got trapped in the room and died.

“I only ruled out this possibility when the smell got worse the next day,” Loh explained, describing the smell to be “rancid”.

Sin Chew reported that the singer’s landlord came later that day to assess the situation. But when no one responded after knocking on the door, Loh decided to call the police.

Vivien Loh called the police to investigate the source of the rancid smell. Photo: Vivien Loh/Instagram StoryVivien Loh called the police to investigate the source of the rancid smell. Photo: Vivien Loh/Instagram Story“I feel so troubled. I hope the police can find out the source of the smell or I won’t be able to sleep," she wrote after sharing a video of the police at the scene.

Two hours later, the Last Goodbye singer updated via Instagram Story that police found the dead body of an old man in the apartment.

“Tonight, an old man left us. He was living alone. May he rest in peace in heaven,” she wrote.

Loh has been developing her career in Taiwan for nearly 10 years. She is best known for her song, Never, which was featured in the Chinese drama, The Wolf.

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