King of Pop 'unrecognisable' to paramedics at the scene
Paramedics who tried to revive Michael Jackson say they didn’t recognise the singer for ten minutes as his body resembled that of ‘an old man’.
Emergency workers who arrived at the scene failed to recognise the victim as the King of Pop as he ‘just looked like a frail, old sickly man,’ reports The Sun today.
The latest news follows revelations over the weekend that Jacko’s doctor, Conrad Murray, has admitted to keeping a secret supply of the anaesthetic drug Propofol at Michael Jackson’s home, said to have been the cause of the singer’s death.
Murray made the confession to Los Angeles police, which allowed officers to broaden their search warrant at Jacko’s home. According to reports, police found ‘various drugs’ stashed in a wardrobe in a room where Dr Murray was living.
Meanwhile, as police gather evidence against Murray, further disturbing Jacko secrets have surfaced, including one whisper that the singer allegedly wore a prosthetic nose and his entire nose was missing when his body was taken to the morgue.
According to one snitch, in the place where Jacko’s nose should have been was a ‘small, dark hole surrounded by bits of cartilage’.