Pattaya Daily News

30 December 2007 :: 18:12:15 pm 38286

NORWEGIAN BRUTALLY ATTACKED BY BEER BAR THUGS

A Norwegian man, Mr. Geir Andre Sirevag, was brutally beaten and left for dead in a brush area, behind a group of beer bars.
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On 30 December 2007, at 2:30am, Police Lieutenant Colonel, Pongsawat Wongwan, was informed that a man had been attacked and left in a brush area behind the Wonderful Bar Beer group on Pattaya Second Road. A group of Thai men had, reportedly, savagely beaten a young Norwegian man. The police, Sawang Boriboon Rescue and a team from Pattaya Memorial Hospital rushed to the scene of the incident.
The incident took place in an area that is covered by a ten rai pine tree farm behind the beer bar group, which consists of fifteen bars. Many people had gathered around, including tourists, as well as, local residents. Police searched the bush and found Mr. Geir Andre Sirevag (26), a Norwegian national, who was seriously injured and lying on his back in a pool of his own blood. He was clad in jeans and a black t-shirt. He had been struck on his head and had injuries on his face, behind his ear and on his forehead. His left eyebrow was broken, as well. Sawang Boriboon Rescue rushed the unconscious and badly beaten victim to the hospital.

Police canvassed the area for witnesses, but nobody was forthcoming with information. PDN (Pattaya Daily News) reporters learned from a reliable source that a short, fat, Thai man, and three accomplices, were engaged in some sort of dispute with Mr. Sirevag, the victim, before they attacked him and threw him in the bushes, twenty meters from the bar. Then, they calmly walked to their motorbikes and rode away.

Police reported that they had received a phone call, from a woman, presumably a bar worker, informing them of the incident. Doctors reported that Mr. Sirevag was seriously injured and unconscious; and, therefore, unable to provide information or details regarding the attack or the value of any of his possessions that might have been taken. Pattaya Superintendent, Police Colonel Nopadol Wongnom has mobilized a team of police officers to urgently investigate this crime and bring the perpetrators to justice as soon as possible.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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