Pattaya Daily News

28 March 2012 :: 09:03:11 am 62807

Drunk Aussie Chopper Rider Crashes His Bike and Dies

A drunk Australian rode his chopper out of a Soi over a four lane road, crashing on the footpath. The chopper fell on him, killing him on the spot.
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PATTAYA – 25 March, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; Pol.Capt. Itsatakorn Tepnao, Chonburi police, reported about a dead foreigner who crashed his bike on the footpath opposite of Soi Tappraya 12 .

The police and the Sawang Boriboon foundation Pattaya, found the body of Mr. Roitman Dmitry, age, 51 Australian citizen, member of chopper gang.

His body was lying in a pool of blood with his chopper on top of him. There were several wounds all over his body and his head. His chopper a 650 cc black Honda did not carry a registration plate.
Upon questioning an eye witness; Mr.Kittikorn Tangcharern, 22-years-old, a motorbike taxi rider, who said that while he was waiting for clients at his taxi queue at Soi Tappraya 12, he heard a roaring sound coming from the Soi.

He knew right away that is was from Mr. Dmitry because he always made this noise from his motorbike. But this time he rode his chopper very fast out of the soi and flew across the road, over the and crashed on to the footpath.

Mr.Kittikorn Tangcharern said that, he rushed to help Mr.Dmitry who was lying in a pool of blood was under his bike.

Mr.Kittikorn and the villagers tried to move the chopper and called for help, but when the medical team from Pattaya Memorial hospital arrived Mr.Dmitry was dead.

The police got all the details and questioned the villagers before sending Mr.Dmitry’s to the hospital for autopsy. The embassy of Australia will be notified accordingly.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Community News

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