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Young Brit found dead in Chiang Mai condo - lots of meds in the room

 

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Picture: Thai Rath

 

Police were called to a luxury condo in the Chang Khlan district of Chiang Mai on Saturday after the maid found a British man dead in the bedroom of room 812 on the eighth floor. 

 

Kapadia Sarfaraaz, 39, was face down on the bedroom floor. 

 

Police found no signs of a struggle or wounds on the body.

 

There were lots of medications in the room indicating that the man had probably died from some illness. 

 

He had checked into the condo last Tuesday and been dead about one day. 

 

Thai Rath described him as a "big" man without explaining further.

 

An autopsy is being held and relatives are being contacted. 

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

 

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Posted (edited)

39 is young now?!

 

RIP young man 🙏

 

 

 

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It feels like more Brits dying in Thailand than the UK time again🤔RIP

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2 hours ago, giddyup said:

Luxury condo? Doesn't look that luxurious to me.

Also doesn't look like a condo, if he "checked in" and there was a maid doing room cleaning. Maybe an airbnb accomodation? In this case "luxury" is probably what they wrote to advertise it.

 

Sorry about the guy.

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5 hours ago, sammieuk1 said:

It feels like more Brits dying in Thailand than the UK time again🤔RIP

There aren't many true Brits in UK anymore...The EU screwed that up nicely for us, as other EU nations are finding out to their peril now!

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There were lots of medications in the room indicating that the man had probably died from some illness. 

 

wow! I guess there is no need for any investigation, then, as that absolutely solves it.

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Kapadia Sarfaraaz. I've known a few Brits, but none sounded like this.

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1 minute ago, chingmai331 said:

Kapadia Sarfaraaz. I've known a few Brits, but none sounded like this.

 

Many different sounding names for people with UK passports , some now 3rd generation Brits, better than smith/.brown/.jones or Ponsonby-Smythe-Buckett 🙂 

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