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10 December 2012 :: 14:12:40 pm 69241

Pattaya Hotel Maid Finds Dead Russian In Room

A 46-year-old Russian man was found dead in his room by the hotel maid at the Caesar Palace hotel. There were no injuries on the man’s body. Police found liquor in the room and medication to treat alcoholism. The hotel staff said the man never went anywhere and just drank in his room.
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PATTAYA – December 9, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 8 p.m., a report of a foreigner dying in his hotel room was received by Pol. Lt. Col. Prasit Munsri, investigation officer of Pattaya police station.

He went to check the scene with Pol. Col. Suwan Cheawnawinthawat, Superintendent; Pol. Lt. Col. Pichet Sirinan, inspector; the detective police team; and the rescue officer of Sawangboribulthammasatharn Pattaya foundation.

The victim was staying in a second-floor room in the Caesar Palace hotel on Second Road in central Pattaya. He was identified as Mr. Vladimir Batuev, age 46, nationality Russian.

Police found him lying on the bathroom floor, wearing only black underwear. There were no injuries on his body or any signs of violence in the room. There was vomit and bloodstains in the restroom, on the bed, and all around the floor. Police estimated the victim had been dead between 2 to 3 hours.

Police found liquor and beer on the dressing table. There was also medication and documents about the victim’s medical history, which indicated the medication was for treating alcoholism. Police kept the medication and documents for evidence.

Police questioned the hotel maid who had found the body, Ms. Molreudee Anuyahong, age 33. She told police that she had knocked the door of the room and called out to Mr. Vladimir, in order to enter and clean his room. But there was no reply. So she used the spare key to unlock the door and found the corpse of Mr. Vladimir on the bathroom floor.

The hotel staff said the Russian had checked into the hotel on December 1, and was due to checkout on December 14. They said the Russian did not go out to travel anywhere, and just bought liquor to drink in his room every day.

The police made daily notes for evidence, and initially assumed the cause of death was the victim’s alcoholism. The accumulated toxic amounts of liquor had likely shocked his body and caused the vomiting and nosebleeds, and while going to the restroom the Russian died.

Because the victim was a foreigner, the police sent the corpse to the police hospital for an autopsy to determine the cause of death. They will also inform the Russian embassy.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Community News

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