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Russian man collapses, dies next to Patong Police Station

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Russian man collapses, dies next to Patong Police Station

By The Phuket News

 

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Patong POlcie officers and Kusoldharm Patong rescue workers at the scene yesterday. Photo: Kusoldharm Patong

 

PHUKET: Police suspect that a Russian man who was found dead in front of the police officers’ accommodation building at Patong Police Station yesterday morning (June 16) died from going into shock from alcohol poisoning.

 

Sen Sgt Maj Somkiet Phetkaew of the Patong Police explained to The Phuket News that Russian national Denis Timoshenkov, 38, was staying at the Patong Phuket Mirage Hotel.

 

“He had refused to leave the hotel after his checkout time, and so hotel staff called police,” Sen Sgt Maj Somkiet said.


Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/russian-man-collapses-dies-next-to-patong-police-station-71816.php#kjHwIVwzjKbo5B2D.99

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Police suspect that a Russian man who was found dead in front of the police officers’ accommodation building at Patong Police Station yesterday morning (June 16) died from going into shock from alcohol poisoning.

Sounds to me like he died without pain. Good work.

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Patongs finest are on the case and will leave not blade of grass unturned after tea 🤔RIP

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Wonder how long it took for the police to find him....... after all the police could not find any prostitutes in walking street here in Pattaya.........

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...sorry but...too many blanks in this story....

 

...initially thinking he was just randomly passing by a police station....

 

...'refused to leave'....for unknown reasons....

 

...'police called'....

 

...and...???

 

...and now he's dead.....

 

...'Russian...alcohol'......

 

...oh come now......

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Reading the link it sounds like a death in custody, despite this reasoning:

 

"Instead of creating a scene with officers taking him into custody, the officers cooperated with Kusoldharm rescue workers to bring him to Patong Police Station, Sen Sgt Maj Somkiet explained.
After Mr Timoshenkov arrived at Patong Police Station, the officers let him sleep in an open-access area of the station."
 
Perhaps more awareness of his extreme drunken condition may have resulted in medical intervention sooner.
 
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Ummm not understanding the story fully, was he in police custody?

He refused to leave the hotel, so police called, yet dead outside police accommodation???

 

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2 minutes ago, RJRS1301 said:

 

Ok so now the full story so, let the Sherlocks begin

 

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1 hour ago, SOTIRIOS said:

...sorry but...too many blanks in this story....

 

...initially thinking he was just randomly passing by a police station....

 

...'refused to leave'....for unknown reasons....

 

...'police called'....

 

...and...???

 

...and now he's dead.....

 

...'Russian...alcohol'......

 

...oh come now......

 

 

why are you posting like a Reuters ticker tape news feed ?

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I find this story hard to swallow.

A Russian dying from alcohol, I thought they were tea tootlers

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2 hours ago, Geoffggi said:

Wonder how long it took for the police to find him....... after all the police could not find any prostitutes in walking street here in Pattaya.........

The police in Pattaya were not looking for prostitutes, just being a prostitute is not an offence; they were looking for evidence of prostitution which is different and is illegal.

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9 minutes ago, Benroon said:

why are you posting like a Reuters ticker tape news feed ?

 

 

To make things more interesting/different?

 

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3 hours ago, sammieuk1 said:

Patongs finest are on the case and will leave not blade of grass unturned after tea 🤔RIP

Next Friday

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A blood test would have told them in minutes how much alcohol he had in his body at the time of death. The longer they leave it to do the test the more inaccurate the results become.

 

His slurred speech could be the result of a previous stroke or one of several other illnesses.

 

When will the police learn that sometimes it is better not to speculate rather than imparting information that is not based on incontrovertible evidence?

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

Russian - died from going into shock from alcohol poisoning

Shock, horror - Alcoholic Russian !

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