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Hungarian pensioner dies in the cells at Suvarnabhumi as he awaits deportation

 

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Thai caption: He never woke up again

Picture: Sanook

 

A 60 year old Hungarian man who was set to be deported to face charges in his home country after he hid out and overstayed in Thailand was found dead in his holding cell at Suvarnabhumi airport on Sunday morning. 

 

The Hungarian man had earlier been arrested by the immigration police and handed over to the airport police on Saturday about midday. 

 

He was not considered at risk and had an evening meal and went to sleep.

 

A check on him revealed he had died in the night and had been deceased around eight hours. There were no marks on his body or signs of foul play. 

 

Sanook said he was known to suffer from diabetes.

 

An autopsy was called for and the Hungarian embassy were contacted so that relatives could be notified.

 

An inquiry is underway and staff at the facility will be interviewed. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

 

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13 minutes ago, nausea said:

he died in his sleep, which, as the song says, is the most we can hope for.

Yes, and before that he broke even, right?

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he wasn't Hungry as they gave him a meal.

he was from Hungary.

RIP old timer...   

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, hansnl said:

Yes, you can!

How, please explain?

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Maybe he didn't like Somtam....!!!!

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4 hours ago, zyphodb said:

I bet they didn't check to see he had diabetic medication or possibly even took it away from him...

Would that kill him in under 24 hours?

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