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13 October 2011 :: 10:10:14 am 59050

Omani Man Found Sitting Dead In Pattaya Hotel Lobby

An Omani citizen who became violently drunk and was unable to walk back up to his hotel room was later found dead sitting on a sofa in the lobby of a Pattaya hotel. Police assumes the cause of death is a massive heart failure or acute alcohol poisoning.
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Pattaya, October 11, 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]; Pol. Lt. Assadakorn Theppanao Pattaya Police, Chonburi province was notified about a dead foreigner in the lobby of Marinecaza Hotel on the Walking Street, South Pattaya.

At the scene the police found Mr. Badar Salim Rashid Al Darmaki age 36, Omani citizen dead. The corpse was on the sofa in the lobby of the hotel dressed in a black and red T-shirt, grey pants and there was a small white towel placed on his forehead. No visible injuries was found on the body. The police assumes that the death had occured approximately an hour earlier.

Upon investigation the police was informed by Mr. Amnart Panchana age 45, the first to discovered the corpse who said that in the morning as he was cleaning the beer bar in the lobby area of the hotel, he saw Mr. Bader sitting on the sofa with his mouth open. Since the man did not move he checked his breathing and found that Mr. Bader he was dead. Mr. Amart, the staff immediately called the hotel owner and notified the police.

Mrs. Thanyalak Thongsuwan age 45, the employee of Marinecaza Hotel said that Mr. Bader stayed in room number 311. He checked in on October 8, 2011. She noticed that Mr.Bader was heavily drunk every evening. The night of his deaht Mr. Bader he returned to the hotel at circa 01:00 hrs. so drunk that he could not walk up to his room on the second floor. He stumbled on to the sofa and slept in the lobby. A Thai woman came and wiped his face with a cold towel before leaving Mr.Bader in the lobby. In the morning Mr.Bader was found dead.

The police assumes the cause of the death of Mr. Bader is massive heart failure or acute alcohol poisoning.

His body will be sent to the Police Hospital for an autopsy to be conducted at the Institute of Forensic Medicine to determine the cause of death. Pattaya Police will inform the Embassy of the Sultanate of Oman accordingly.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Community News

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