International boxing legend, Muhammed Ali has returned to the hospital after guests at his house attempted and failed to bring him back to consciousness.
Ali, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease, was only last week released from hospital following treatment for urinary tract infection, The Mirror reports.
A source close to the family said: “He wasn’t responding. He went to bed Tuesday night, but didn’t wake up in the afternoon or evening the next day. He was sleeping for 24 hours. They thought he might be too exhausted.”
A spokesman for the family confirmed Ali had been taken back to hospital, claiming he had been readmitted for continued treatment of urinary tract infection.
Ali had been released from hospital on January 6 ahead of his 73rd birthday just a week after fighting off a severe case of urinary tract infection.
Ali, generally referred to as the greatest of all time (GOAT), has battled various ailments since his retirement in 1981, with some reports claiming the three-time heavyweight champion had lost the ability to speak.