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In the early hours of Thursday, Police and medics were called to the Pattaya Hilton hotel, situated above Central Festival Pattaya Beach, to investigate reports of a British Man who had fallen from a...

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RIP, very gruesome, he was decapitated as he fell.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Very sad, at least he went out in style going off the Hilton compared to the shitty guesthouse like some do

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Geez...just saw this.  That was only 4 days before I arrived and checked into the Hilton.  Gruesome indeed.

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Maybe rooms with balcony's are not what they are cracked up to be in the atmosphere of LOS, there again they are not in London when 2 teenagers fall having "fun" on a balcony at a party.

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RIP to him, that keeps happening all the time in Pattaya.

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Anything of value left behind by any deceased foreigner will be 'Recycled' (Thai Style)  by the first to get  there..


No wonder the thai 'Clean Up' Squads break their necks to be first on the scene...







Ex Acting British Counsel (BARRY KENYON) wrote a tell all book about his experiences in Pattaya.
In Chapter 17  ('Body Snatchers') he describes how he toured round with a recovery service team as an observer with a crew of thais (in competittion with other crews) who race to locations in order to be the first to recover bodies from accident or suicide scenes. 

Barry wrote this about going with a Recovery Crew to the scene of a german suicidee;

'The contorted body was removed from a hook on the bedroom door but I was then asked to leave the room whilst a search of his possessions was made. I noticed later on that his gold signet ring was missing when the body arrived at the mortuary. Stealing the property of the dead is sometimes a perk of the job. Maybe this explains why, in 12 years of embassy service, I never saw a corpse in the mortuary with any jewellery still intact or a wallet with more than a paltry sum inside.'

This practice of this type of 'Re-cycling' of a deceased person's valuables seems to be acceptable to some thais as quite normal and fair game, especially if the deceased is a foreigner whose potentially lucrative pickings are why they want to be first to get in there
This raises (imo) the probability that the assets of the recovered dead person disappear somewhere between the scene of death and what eventually is handed over to the relatives or friends at the police station.
The obscene practice of robbing the dead shows total disrespect to the deceased, and by extension, All foreigners in thailand who  (Imo) they regard as future (Fatted Calf) candidates for their attention.
With all that in mind, 'Mind how you go'.




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