Two men die after collapsing in south London sauna

Two men have died after collapsing in a south London sauna.

A third man was taken to hospital and later released after the incident at the Pleasuredrome sauna in Cornwall Road, near Waterloo Station.

Detectives have launched an appeal for information after the incident which took place on Saturday at 08:15 BST.

A 39-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene, a 46-year-old died in hospital on Monday and a 34-year-old was discharged on Monday.

A post-mortem examination on the 39-year-old took place on Monday at Greenwich mortuary, but failed to establish a cause of death.

Lambeth Police said it was waiting for further toxicology tests.

A post-mortem examination on the 46-year-old will take place on Thursday at Greenwich mortuary.

Both deaths are being treated as unexplained.

Police are appealing for a man seen entering the venue with the 39-year-old to come forward as soon as possible.

He is described as a slim, white man, aged 25 to 35, with brown hair and a goatee beard and approximately 6ft tall.

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