Autopsy explains mystery of two men's death over dinner in rural France

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An autopsy has apparently revealed the mystery of how two men, one aged 69 and the other 38, were both found dead after sharing a meal in a garden belonging to one of them in north-west France, after it found that Olivier Boudin suffered a heart attack after seeing his close friend Lucien Pérot die when he was choked on a beef rib after the two had drunk a considerable amount of alcohol.

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Post-mortems in France have explained the mystery of how two men found dead together after a meal perished, reports BBC News.