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The man was working on a stadium in Qatar
The news was reported this morning. No further details have been released on the incident.
The Qatar World Cup has been hit with controversy in its build up with claims of numerous of deaths in construction of stadiums.
Thousands of workers have died working on stadiums – with watchdogs warning the figure will continue to rise.
The International Trades Union Confederation estimates the death toll is now as high as 1,000 migrant workers per year.
A spokesman said: "If anything, it's getting worse, because the overall numbers of migrant workers coming to Qatar are rising."
Qatar's 2022 World Cup project has been plagued by controversy
One Nepalese worker revealed he was paid just 95p per hour.
He said: "We’re treated like slaves. They don’t see us as human and our deaths are cheap. They have our passports so we cannot go home. We are trapped.”