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American Dies In 12-floor Plunge

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American dies in 12-floor plunge

An American died in a plunge from a high-rise building in Suan Luang district, police said yesterday.

The body of Michael Steven White, 47, of the United States was found in the parking lot of the Sky Place building on Sri Nakarin road yesterday afternoon.

Police say he jumped from the 12th floor and his body struck the roof of the parking lot before falling to the ground.

Mr White was a shareholder of a nightclub in Pattaya.

--The Post 2003-12-12

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I always advice people not to rent higher floors. You may get this feeling to jump and then will not have any chances to regret. :o

So always rent a condo in the first floor. So you have a chance of surviving after breaking the neck and backbone. :DB)

I wonder why US, British Embassies are not looking in to the details of these jumpings.

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Farangs are always jumping out of high rises in this country - what the ###### is happening, where is the self worth?

I think he found out the buffalo wasnt really sick!

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My wife would strictly dis-allow me to jump, as "it would inconvinience the cleaning staff and be rather embarrassing".

How caring! :o

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hmm to many farang "jumpers" in Thailand if i was a cynical person id say it would be a convenient way of disposing of somebody.No doubt the police will do exhaustive research into his state of mind or whether he had any disagreements with anybody before this occured so not worry.

Mr White was a shareholder of a nightclub in Pattaya.

^

I think a western policeman would start here.......

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