One employee got a scary surprise Wednesday when they found a body in a freezer at the Atlanta Braves stadium.

The body turned out to be a man from Chicago.

WGN shares that 48 year Todd Keeling, former 1987 graduate of Homewood-Flossmoor High School, was installing installing his beer tap technology ,[the Quick Draw Faucet], at the stadium [Tuesday] when he somehow became trapped inside a beer cooler."

He wasn't discovered until yesterday,Wednesday, just hours before the Braves game.

At this time the autopsy by the Medical Examiner "does not have any preliminary findings to release." Police say "it’s too early to determine if there was foul play."

The former Homewood, IL resident's Quick Draw Faucet is currently used by the Chicago White Sox at the Guaranteed Rates Field.

Draftwell the company that sells Todd's invention that cuts down the time to pour a beer has stated that “We are shocked ....Todd was very proud of his invention – the Quick Draw Faucet. He was the driving force at Draftwell and we will miss him terribly."

Wow! How terribly sad for his family.

Was it a health problem like a heart attack, stroke, embolism?

I certainly hope they find out what happened to him.

I really hope and pray it wasn't fowl play either.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all Todd's friends, families and co-workers.





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