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17 January 2012 :: 09:01:57 am 61332

Brit Shoots His Brains Out At Pattaya Firing Range

A British man at a Pattaya shooting range rented a Magnum revolver caliber .357 shot a practice round. Reloaded. Put the Magnum in his mouth and fired. He died instantly. Everything caught on security camera. The police is investigating the case.
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Pattaya, January 15, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; Pol. Lt. Col. Ratta Pratumkaew, and Deputy Superintendent, Pol. Lt. Jetsada Pratumkaew were informed about a dead foreigner a the shooting range in Central Pattaya, Moo 9, Central Pattaya Beach Road, Banglamung, Chonburi province.


At the shooting range they found the dead body of Mr. Andrew Michael Davis age 43, British citizen lying on the floor. With a bullet wound through his head. Beside him a Magnum revolver caliber .357. Six shot fired. Four left. The police seized the cartridges and the Magnum revolver for evidence and they watched the CCTV footage. It showed Mr. Davis had renting the Magnum. Two sets. 10 bullets per set. The first cartridges he aimed at the target with Mr. Krissana Sae Ngow’s assistance. Mr. Krissana, the staff of the shooting range helped Mr. Davis to aim and to shoot. But the in the second set after Mr. Davis had fired five times. Mr. Krissana turned his back momentarily to Mr. Davis who suddenly put the Magnum in his mouth – and fired. He fell to the floor. Dead.


The police does not know the cause of this suicide. His hotel room key was found on his dead body and outside the police found a Yamaha motorbike, red-white color , license number NGOR CHOR PHOR-216 Chonburi which they assumed was rented from bike a shop.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Community News

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