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Russian Strangled By Belt In Soi Buakhao Room


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A 40-year-old Russian tourist was found dead in a Soi Buakhao hotel room. He apparently was strangled in a fight. hotel staff said the Russian went out every night and got very drunk. He always returned with a Thai lady. Many Thais and foreigners also visited his room.

PATTAYA – March 5, 2013 [PDN]; at 5 p.m., a report of a foreigner being murdered in a hotel room on soi Buakhao was received by Pol. Lt. Col. Prasit Munsri, investigation officer, Pattaya police station, Chonburi province.

He rushed to inspect the scene with Pol. Lt. Col. Anak Prasongsuk, Inspector, detective police team, the doctor of Banglamung hospital and the rescue officers of Sawangboribultharmmasatharn Pattaya foundation.

The incident occurred in room number 822 in a Soi Buakhao hotel in south Pattaya. Police arrived at the medium-sized hotel and went to the second-floor room, where they found the man’s body.

He was identified as Mr. Komapob Andrei, age 40, nationality Russian. The victim is the manager of an architecture company in Saint Petersburg.

His body was found lying face up on the floor near the door. The victim was shirtless, wearing only black jeans, and his body was stiffening from rigor mortis. Officers estimated he had been dead approximately 8-10 hours. Police found the traces of fighting had occurred, with water bottles scattered around the room. There was blood all over the floor from the victim’s bleeding nose and mouth.

The victim’s neck has the traces of being tied with a belt. The belt was found beside the television, and its belt buckle was torn. The Russian’s left arm was badly bruised, as if he was hit severely by a hard object. There were more bloodstains on the floor and the wall on many spots.

On the top of the bed officers found many condoms. There were also bloodstains on the pillow and blanket, and on the table near the bed. On the dressing table, police also found a take-out meal of grilled pork, sticky rice and coconut.

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Police searched the room for the victim’s property left behind, and found a Nokia cellphone, a passport, and a small holder for business cards and credit cards. But police did not find a wallet or any cash.

Police questioned the hotel receptionist, Ms. Sophaporn Phuangthong, age 37. She told police that Mr. Andrei had been staying at the hotel since February 16. He had paid his hotel bill in advance, and was due to check out March 5.

But when the Russian did not come to the front desk to check out, Ms. Sophaporn sent the bellboy to knock his door, to ask whether he will extend his stay. But there was no reply, so the bellboy opened the door to the room and found the Russian’s body.

She told officers that during the time Mr. Andrei stayed in the hotel, he always went out to drink liquor, and came back severely drunk. He always brought a Thai woman to sleep with him in the room. There were also Thai people and foreigners who came to visit him in his room.

After their initial investigation, police assumed Mr. Andrei was murdered in the early morning on the same day his body was found. But they still had no idea who was the murderer. They assumed the victim’s killer must have been similar in size and strength to the victim, because he had died while fighting.

The police initially assumed three causes of the murder: quarrelling, stealing property, or a love affair. The detective police team will inspect the hotel’s CCTV footage and investigate to follow up to arrest the murderer to prosecute further according to the law.

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clear case of suicide

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Fight club type suicide. No doubt about it. 

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Happened in Sutus Court I think. Forensic plod all over the place last night. In wing near Soi Lengkee.

As much as I love all things Australian, I got to get me action of the asian persuasian.

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Fighting with Thais. I saw a similar aged Russian fighting with Thais in a bar not too far away, probably not the same Russian but probably the same story. Thais follow the guy home and burst into his room and do him total.

Women are made to be loved, not understood.

 

 

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I was at sutus court in 4th March.

 

On the photo, refrigerator looks like same in my room...

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I was at sutus court in 4th March.

 

On the photo, refrigerator looks like same in my room...

Congratulations. You've put yourself up as a suspect. lol !!!!

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Which ever way a sad story RIP, and more good advertising for Patts,

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Drinking spree can cause accident, Murders included... Being Sober like me is a lot safer and street smart... RIP to the unfortunte man.

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The building opposite his?

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The Beltavian mafia strikes again! Someone should do something about those bastards.

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this murder shows us yet again what a dangerous place pattaya really is! the unexplained deaths that always bug me, are the people who jump off the balcony,there are so many of them compared to other places in the world.I dont think the thai police investigate the unexplained

deaths properly,there are far more murders we dont hear about

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I reckon fighting a young bloke in his room and then choking him to death with a belt would be a noisy affair. Yet not a soul heard anything. Reception lady never heard boo? She never noticed a couple of thugs coming in, and hurrying out soon after?

Women are made to be loved, not understood.

 

 

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this murder shows us yet again what a dangerous place pattaya really is! the unexplained deaths that always bug me, are the people who jump off the balcony,there are so many of them compared to other places in the world.I dont think the thai police investigate the unexplained

deaths properly,there are far more murders we dont hear about

There are a few precautions we can take to greatly reduce dying in LOS.

 

1. Don't drink and drive, especially motorcycles in Thai traffic.

2. Don't bring unknown FLs or LBs back to sleep the nIght. Take them to a short-time room.

3. Don't be over drinking and over doing Viagra and OTC meds, especially if you're over 40.

4. Keep all contact with Thai males to a bare minimum. Don't try to make friends, they're not your friends at all.

 

There are other tips. Perhaps someone will add a few more.

Women are made to be loved, not understood.

 

 

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There are a few precautions we can take to greatly reduce dying in LOS.

 

1. Don't drink and drive, especially motorcycles in Thai traffic.

2. Don't bring unknown FLs or LBs back to sleep the nIght. Take them to a short-time room.

3. Don't be over drinking and over doing Viagra and OTC meds, especially if you're over 40.

4. Keep all contact with Thai males to a bare minimum. Don't try to make friends, they're not your friends at all.

 

There are other tips. Perhaps someone will add a few more.

Don't wear a belt

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Don't wear a belt

Yep, I guess that hiphop look of not wearing a belt and having jeans hanging down revealing six inches of bum crack has some sense after all...lol

Women are made to be loved, not understood.

 

 

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There are a few precautions we can take to greatly reduce dying in LOS.

 

1. Don't drink and drive, especially motorcycles in Thai traffic.

2. Don't bring unknown FLs or LBs back to sleep the nIght. Take them to a short-time room.

3. Don't be over drinking and over doing Viagra and OTC meds, especially if you're over 40.

4. Keep all contact with Thai males to a bare minimum. Don't try to make friends, they're not your friends at all.

 

There are other tips. Perhaps someone will add a few more.

Don't stay on a high floor in a condo with balcony,

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 To all those staying in Soi Buakhao sleep tight,since there's still a murderer on the loose!

 And yet fear not because should you die, I will be sure to post a sarcastic remark about your death. :GoldenSmile1:

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Maybe free belts should be issued in all coaches arriving from U Tapau.

LOS. Gotta Love It.

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Don't stay on a high floor in a condo with balcony,

 

tip:

always wear anti slip shower - bath(room) footgear... when refreshing yourself

since you hear so many foreigners having a deadly encounter in such a place !

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