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Tourist found dead on yacht, foul play not suspected

By The Nation

 

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A Canadian tourist was found dead on his yacht in Chon Buri’s Sattahip district early on Friday.

 

The Na Jomtien police were informed at 2.30am that Tourville Gilbert, 61, had died on his yacht that was docked at the Ocean Marina Yacht Club in Tambon Na Jomtien.

 

A doctor determined that he had died about eight hours earlier. There was no sign of four play.

 

A friend of his told police that Gilbert had earlier complained of chest pains. The friend checked the yacht and found the body.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30359152

 
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21 hours ago, webfact said:

There was no sign of four play

??????????? 

 

RIP my fellow countryman!

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Sad for the poor 'young' man.

 

But sad too that there was no sign of "four" play. I certainly hope that I enjoy some "four" play before I kick the bucket.

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16 hours ago, KittenKong said:

Four play? What about foul play? Or even foreplay?

Four play is 4 in a bed maybe

RIP sailor

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17 hours ago, KittenKong said:

Four play? What about foul play? Or even foreplay?

How many???  RIP my friend

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2 hours ago, Don Chance said:

Thai climate and lifestyle did the poor guy in.

Did you know him?

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1 hour ago, moonseeker said:

Why not for a change refrain from tasteless and dumb comments. Every death leaves people hurting and grieving.

I dont think that's always true. No one will be crying at my funeral, that's for sure. In fact I doubt that anyone will even be there, apart from the monk whose job it is to stoke the fire.

 

I think the world needs jokes and laughter more than it needs doom and gloom and misery.

 

 

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RIP... death is just a horizont... fair winds and following seas... 

 

Time to talk to my Thai lawyer to redo my Living Will & my Last Will/Testament. 

 

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