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Topic - Michael Eavis
A close friend of the British prime minister was found dead in a portable toilet at one of the country's leading music festivals Sunday, authorities said.
A close friend of Britain's prime minister was found dead in a portable toilet at one of the country's leading music festivals Sunday, authorities said.
Festival organizer Michael Eavis said he was told the incident was a "suicide situation" but police have yet to confirm that.
Michael Eavis, who turned his farm into a hippy musical haven in the 1970s, said the "weather could have been a lot worse" and so far he felt "very lucky."