Pattaya Daily News

05 February 2007 :: 17:02:52 pm 7342

Excitement Of Thai-Singapore Match Kills American Football Fan

Mr Stanley Storch, an American aged 79, staying at Howard’s Bar Guest House, South Pattaya, was so excited by the Thai-Singapore football match that he died of a heart attack on February 5th. At 4 o’clock in the morning, the police and Sawang Boriboon Rescue Team found the aging American’s body in his room on the 3rd Floor of Howard’s Bar Guest House after having been notified by Mr. Punyah Rattanaayu, the owner of the guest house.
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Mr. Storch was found lying on his bed with the remote control still in his hand and the TV still on. He had previously been down to the bar to order a beer at 7 pm and complained that he was not feeling well, before returning to his room to watch the Thai-Singapore football match on TV, according to Mr. Punyah. Mr Punyah also told the police that Mr. Storch was suffering from heart disease. He further related that wishing to clear the bar bill at 3 am, he had called Mr Storch’s room by phone, but had received no reply. Accordingly, he went up to the room, but receiving no answer to his knocks, used a pass key to enter.

The police searched Mr. Storch’s room but found nothing amiss and do not suspect foul play, merely that the American’s death was the result of natural causes due to becoming over excited by the football match.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : Sports News

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