A man died after his head became wedged under the electronic footrest of the cinema’s “Gold Class” seat.
Operator Vue International said an investigation at his Birmingham star city the venue was in full swing.
The man died, it was said, on Friday – a week after the incident.
West Midlands Ambulance Service said it was called, reports a patient in cardiac arrest and crews managed to restart the man’s heart before you take him to the hospital.
The Birmingham Mail reported it happened after the man bent down and call a phone went between the Gold Class seats are at the end of the film.
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He was only released, it was said, if the footrest was broken by those who try to help.
The website for star city – the entertainment-based complex in which the theater describes the Gold class provides as a “luxury Seating”.
In a statement, Vue International a customer confirmed had been taken to the hospital and a week last Friday and was “sad” to learn of his death.
He said: “A full investigation of the nature of the incident is in progress. Our thoughts and condolences are with the family of our full support and assistance.”Start Heart
West Midlands Ambulance Service said it was called around 19:00.
A spokesman said: “crews arrived on scene to find a man in cardiac arrest with viewers, after it has already started CPR.
“Paramedics took over and advanced life support managed to launch the successful completion of the new, which is the heart of the people.”
Mark Croxford, head of environmental health at Birmingham City Council, said, had been communicated to the authority and the health and safety, had begun the investigation.