Drinking, Nudity, Sex in Shower Stall, Dead Calumet Twp. Official

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One has to wonder if this was the first time this ever happened at a Calumet Township party, minus the tragic end, of course.

From the Chicago Sun-Times:

A Blue Island police report on the recent drowning death of a Calumet Township official reads like a college fraternity party scripted by Hollywood — a wild after-hours pool party featuring booze, nude women and sex in the bathhouse.

The police report was 85 pages long, the Sun-Times reports. Police determined there was no foul play in Carlos Salgado’s death, "caused by drowning with no indication of the drowning to have been caused by or at the hands of another," the report said.

But the party was wild:

Attendees to the after-hours party, among other things, played basketball in the pool and some people were drinking, the report said. Salgado, who could not swim, entered the pool to play basketball, the report said.

From there, the night progressed to where one woman — who later told police she might have been the most drunk at the party — removed all her clothes and was encouraging others to do the same. That woman, who works for Calumet Township, told police she woke up the next morning with a hangover because of how much she had to drink the night before.

At least two other women in the pool were topless, according to the report. One of the topless women left the pool with a man she told police she had just met that night in search of a towel. They were later found having sex about 2:30 a.m. in a men’s shower stall in the bathhouse by another partygoer who Bilotto had asked to secure the pool.

At one point, after the water basketball game, Salgado approached a group of people that included the three nude women. One of the men in the group, whose girlfriend was present and topless, asked Salgado to leave because he was staring at the women and made them feel uncomfortable, according to the report. None of the people in the group knew what happened to Salgado after that, they told police.

More here at the Sun-Times.