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Australian man found dead in Chiang Mai condo

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Australian man found dead in Chiang Mai condo

 

 

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The body of a 45 year old Australian man has been found in a room at a condominium in Chiang Mai.

 

Police and rescue workers were called to the One Plus condominium in Muang District at 2.30pm on Friday after a maid reported a foul smell coming from the man’s room.

 

She alerted the building maintenance manager who gained access to the room and discovered the body.

 

Police said the man’s body was found face down and that there were several empty bottles of Thai whisky also in the room.

 

Forensic officers said there was no signs of a struggle and that heavy drinking may have contributed to the man’s death. Officers estimated the man had been dead for about seven days.

 

Staff at the condo said the man had been renting a room for almost one year and that he often stayed in his room drinking and using the computer.

 

The man’s body was sent to Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai Hospital to establish an official cause of death.

 

Source: Komchadluek

 

 
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Another Farang,dying alone,nobody wondered where he was

for 7 days,very sad,

RIP 

regards Worgeordie

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Alone, heavy drinking, and using his computer? ThaiVisa just lost another member.

 

RIP, mate.

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1 hour ago, rooster59 said:

there were several empty bottles of Thai whisky also in the room.

 

Forensic officers said there was no signs of a struggle and that heavy drinking may have contributed to the man’s death. Officers estimated the man had been dead for about seven days.

Well, if "heavy drinking" was involved, they must have found at least 10 bottles...

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1 hour ago, worgeordie said:

Another Farang,dying alone,nobody wondered where he was

for 7 days,very sad,

RIP 

regards Worgeordie

Of course you are right. Seen from the perspective of reality and how the world really works, it will be alittle bit different.
 

When a person starts to drink to much, if this is the case, and isolate himself. Yeah, then many people just walk away, because they no longer want to associate themselfs with the person in question. Naturally you should always try to help somebody if possible, but if that help is rejected to many times. Then the world looks like this.

As sad as it is, it is simply up to a persons way of respecting himself that creates the care of others.

Naturally, it´s far to early to say anything for sure here. Murder, no murder? Alcohol or another cause? Nobody know yet, and this is also probably a piece of news you never hear about again.

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Very sad that he apparently had no friends or family and in 7 days, nobody missed him. And 45 years old.... Very, very sad.

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Sad. I had a friend about this age who one day just drank himself to death.

 

RIP.

 

 

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I find it quite sad that a couple of posters see it as a good time to try and express  their rather feeble attempts at humour.

If It was a member of their family, or possibly an acquaintance, maybe they would not find it so funny.

R.I.P. to the deceased.

  

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2 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Forensic officers said there was no signs of a struggle and that heavy drinking may have contributed to the man’s death.

I save my bottles and cans for recycling. If I die I guess they'll say heavy drinking may have killed me. I mean really. These guys are meant to be experts but several (how many is that?) empty wiskey bottles.  Maybe he drank himself to death. Maybe he hasn't cleaned up for a while. Maybe he was on meds that you shouldn't drink alcohol with. There are always maybes in this type of death and it's these maybes that need to be investigated but not here in Thailand. Here it's jump to the first conclusion albeit unsubstatiated and publish it before cause of death has been proved.?

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2 hours ago, happy chappie said:

Brit tourists deaths in Spain 4 in 1 million,deaths in Thailand 60 in 1 million.2017.

 Very adroitly totally ignoring the demographic of the visitor to spain vis a vis the visitor/expat to Thailand. 

But then again that adroitly reflects your continued anti thai agenda

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