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Headless corpse washes up on Trat beach - police expect murder of foreigner

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Headless corpse washes up on Trat beach - police expect murder of foreigner
Thaivisa Reporters

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TRAT:-- A fisherman made a gruesome discovery on an idyllic Trat beach Monday - he found the headless corpse of a man.

Anucha Tawinwong was collecting rubbish on the Sai Ngern beach at Laem Klat when he thought he saw a dolphin that had been washed up. But it was a man with no head and no arms that police suspect was a victim of murder.

While police and medics were carrying out an initial investigation of the rotted corpse, presumed dead around one month, villages found parts of a skull 300 metres down the beach.

Police said that the victim was probably a foreign worker on a fishing vessel who had been killed and thrown in the sea. Many bodies wash up on Trat beaches, they said.

They resolved to check missing persons records to see if they could find a trace of the victim found wearing just jeans and boxers.

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great police work, a body with head cut off and no arms, and they SUSPECT murder., well blow me down, great detective work

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great police work, a body with head cut off and no arms, and they SUSPECT murder., well blow me down, great detective work

After a month floating in the ocean, its not inconceivable that parts such as head and arms have decomposed to a point where they simply fall off or be eaten off.

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Many bodies wash up on Trat beaches, they said.

This is one place to cross of my "to do list"...as I don't want to be done in.

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Surprised not attributed to a "balcony fall"!!

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" Many bodies wash up on Trat beaches, they said.".... sure I am not the only one who finds this more than a little disturbing blink.png

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Never a murder suicide must be the line of thought for police on this case reenactment should be interesting

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At least the little kid on the sidecar gets a good look, well done 'mother'...

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The T-shirt the guy right in the centre is wearing reads "Free thugs" or something

Quite common - "Free Hugs" biggrin.png

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At least the little kid on the sidecar gets a good look, well done 'mother'...

You will see that in Thailand, people want their children to see death as death is a part of life as Buddha said, no part of life should be hidden. In truth, in the West, we are terrified to see something, only to see it, it's not actually something to be afraid of, dead people don't hurt us, but through the detachment of hiding from death our whole lives we develop a great fear, it is really just fear of the unknown and once you have seen a few dead people the fear goes away.

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Well, Trat's life death. Another place to cross off my list to visit!

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'... it was a man with no head and no arms that police suspect was a victim of murder.' They're reserving judgement, then, on it being a suicide.

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I am really not able to understand this without a picture of at least two policeman and perhaps the guy that found the body pointing at it.

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