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Frenchman stabbed to death by Thai at Bangkok guest house after intervening in argument

 

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Picture: Thai Rath

 

Thai Rath reported that a French man had been stabbed to death at a Bangkok guest house after he intervened in an argument between a Thai and another French person.

 

The other French man had tried to stop the Thai from urinating where he shouldn't.

 

Chana Songkhram police have made an arrest of a man named as "Pae" and are investigating.

 

Police called to the guest house behind the Phra Su Meru shrine on Phra Arthit Road in Phra Nakorn district found Leo Alexander face up on a wooden platform by a bar area.

 

He had a stab wound to the left side of the chest and was dead.

 

Police were told that Pae and his girlfriend had been drinking from evening until midnight last night. A French man called Es arrived and saw Pae urinating in a drain and told him not to do that.

 

An argument broke out and Leo intervened to stop it.

 

Pae then went and got a knife and returned to stab the French man to death.

 

He was soon arrested in Phra Arthit Road.

 

Source: Thai Rath

 
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Swiss tourist fatally stabbed outside Bangkok guesthouse

By The Nation

 

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A Swiss tourist was fatally stabbed early Thursday while trying to prevent a fight between a Thai man and a French tourist in front of a guesthouse in Bangkok’s Phra Nakhon district.

 

Police said the quarrel broke out after the French tourist reprimanded the Thai, identified by police as Peh, for urinating into a canal. Peh then returned with a knife and attacked the Frenchman. The victim, named as Leo Alexander Achille, 24, tried to stop the fight but was stabbed.

 

The police were alerted at 2.30am and Peh was arrested soon after.

 

Achille was staying at the Flapping Duck guesthouse behind the Phra Sumain Fort on Bang Lamphu road in Samsen Nai sub-distirct.

 

His Thai friend, Malieen Promnat, said the Swiss tourist heard Peh and the French tourist shouting loudly on the bridge across a canal in front of the guesthouse at 2am and went out to stop them. Peh later came back with a knife and threatened the French tourist. Achille once again tried to stop the fight but was stabbed.

 

Police arrested Peh as he was fleeing towards Phra Arthit Road.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30344521

 
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Young Frenchman Stabbed To Death At Bangkok Guesthouse

By Chayanit Itthipongmaetee, Staff Reporter

 

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BANGKOK — A Frenchman was wounded fatally early Thursday morning after attempting to stop a fight at a guesthouse in Phra Nakhon area.

 

Police were alerted at about 2:30am to the death of a 24-year-old man who had been stabbed by a man identified only as Pae at the two-story Flapping Duck guesthouse near Pom Phra Sumen.

 

Full story:  http://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/crimecourtscalamity/calamity/2018/05/03/young-frenchman-stabbed-to-death-at-bangkok-guesthouse/

 
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???

Total confusion.

Some headlines say it was a French being stabbed to death others say it was a Swiss national (who intervened in the argument).

 

So easy to loose your life at 2 AM by a drunk lowlife.

 

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13 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

???

Total confusion.

Some headlines say it was a French being stabbed to death others say it was a Swiss national (who intervened in the argument).

 

So easy to loose your life at 2 AM by a drunk lowlife.

 

French/Swiss and German /Swiss  both can be residents of Switzerland

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