Man Unconscious In Toronto Sauna

Man Unconscious In Toronto Sauna
Man Unconscious In Toronto Sauna

Toronto Sauna. I was just listening to my local country music station, and I couldn’t believe that this was one of their top news stories (on a country station no less!)

But it is a Crime Stoppers posting!

For those who aren’t familiar with Oak Leaf Daily Xtra has described it as

Real piece of history: A genuine steam bath with oak leaf scrubbers available for extra. Homeless guys use this place so discretion is advised.

“Cheap: You can often tell them that you have only $5 and they will still give you a room for that price. But dirty: Often there are TB notices and warnings posted by Toronto Public Health. You can go out an exit, climb up a ladder and sit on the roof to get a beautiful view on a hot summer night. I’ve seen the odd Toronto celeb there.”

Toronto Police are looking to the public for help in identifying a man found unconscious this week in Toronto Sauna. The man was discovered at the Oak Leaf Steam Bath at 216 Bathurst Street on Tuesday afternoon. He is described as white, 6 feet tall’, between 160-170 lbs., around 45-50 years of age, with salt/pepper hair, a beard and few or no teeth.

He has a Chinese symbol tattooed on his right forearm, meaning doctor or medicine. He also has an old tracheotomy scar at the base of his throat and a circular scar on his lower-left abdomen. Anyone with information is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.

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