Pattaya Daily News

07 February 2010 :: 10:02:42 am 12531

Russian Business Man Due to Fly Home Found Dead

Russian Business man dies on the day before he was due to fly home after a 10 day tour of Pattaya with his wife.
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Pattaya, 6th February 2010 [Pattaya Daily News] Yesterday, 5th February at 11.00 am, Mrs. Maria Aristov [46] informed Police Lieutenant Colonel Jarern Wititkornjul (Na Jomtien Police Investigator) of the death of her husband Mr. Alexander Aristov [58] who was found lying on the bed in room 52345, Ocean Wings Building at the Ambassador Hotel, Na Jomtien, Sattahip.

The Officer rushed to the scene to investigate the report and discovered the body of a Russian National lying on the bed wearing only black underwear. There were no visible signs of violence.

Mrs. Aristov  told police that her husband was a business man in Russia and had booked the holiday arriving in Pattaya on 27th January 2010 and was due to return on the 6th February. Mrs. Aristov explained that before finding her husband dead, they had taken a walk on the beach and swam under high temperatures and strong sunshine. When they returned to their room, her husband asked her to leave him to rest as he was feeling exhausted. Mrs. Aristov went shopping  and on her return knocked on the door without any reply, leaving her to ask hotel staff to let her in. It was then he was found to have died.

Mrs Aristov  believes his death was caused by a combination of symptoms being a seafood allergy, high blood pressure and sleeping with the air condition on after a day on the beach in the hot weather.

Police Lieutenant Colonel Jarern Wititkornjul stated that it did not appear to be murder and subsequently the Sawang Rodjanatham Foundation team removed the body for autopsy at the Sattahip Hospital to determine the cause of death. 

The Russian Embassy will be informed for the return of the deceased back to Russia.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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