Bangkok After Hours - eBook

Bangkok After Hours - eBook
One Man's Wild Erotic Adventures in the Red Light Districts of Bangkok, Pattaya & Asia After Hours.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Mystery surrounds death of Korean man who fell at View Talay Condo in Pattaya this morning

Thai Visa News reports that Police have not ruled out murder in the case of a 23 year old Korean man who fell to his death at 2.30am this morning at View Talay 5 Condominium in Jomtien. The victim was staying in Room 634 on the 15th floor. Mr Jamin Lee was found dead by a security guard after he heard a loud noise. The victim had fallen on a Honda Jazz in the car park. The victim had multiple limb breaks and was lying in a pool of blood next to the car. The car's roof was dented and the back window was smashed. The victims shoes were found near the body and were taken into evidence by police at the scene. Security guard Lek Prasatsit, 51, said he alerted the authorities after finding the body that was dressed in a black shirt and shorts. Kaewaleesiri Phasukthanaphaisan of Pattaya police investigating said that evidence was being gathered. She would not rule out murder in the case.

Commentary: The moral of the story is never park your car in an area that Pattaya fliers will use it as a splat target. Just saying.. But seriously, they really need to surround high rise condo's in Pattaya with trampolines!

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