A man was murdered in a village and the police inspector asked two constables to go to the scene and provide a First Information Report (FIR)... As it was night and the location was too far from the station, the constables did not go and made a fake FIR. After reading the report, the inspector said "you are both suspended for making a fake report".
Here is the FIR report:
"When we arrived at the scene, the door was open and a man aged about 40-45 was found dead in a chair. A bulb was glowing in the room and the fan was switched on. There was a table in front of the dead body and the table contained an opened bottle of poison, a half-filled drinking water bottle, a pen, a newspaper that was opened to pages 9-10, one table top calendar opened at June 20, a 5 rupee coin, and one notebook. One bed was also in the room.
It seems that this person committed suicide."
The question is: How did the inspector know that the report was fake and that the constables did not go to the location of the incident?