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25 April 2008 :: 17:04:47 pm 11551

Thief Who Misjudged His Exit Falls Four Floors From Window Of Pattaya Gay Restaurant

A thief who tried to escape capture in Pattaya, early in the morning of April 25, 2008, after stealing a Bt40,000 notebook computer from a Soi Lengkee restaurant, misjudged his escape route and plummeted from the fourth floor, through an awning, crashing against a coconut tree en route and ended upon the ground, severely injuring himself.
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After receiving a distress call at 5.30 am, Pattaya Police Inspector, Pol.Capt. Chanatat Nawakunrungsri, and his team went to investigate the report of a man having fallen from the fourth floor. They arrived at the “Jules and Nu” Restaurant at 312 / 58 Moo. 9 Soi Lengkee, Pattaya 3rd. Road to find the individual on the ground still conscious, but covered in blood.

The man, Mr. Jatuporn Dehcha (19) from Suratthanee province, a barman at the nearby gay Cartier Pub, attempted to escape from the police, but due to the severity of his injuries was unable to manage it. Before he was sent to hospital for treatment, he confessed to police that he had stolen property from the rooms above the restaurant.

When questioned by the police, Mr. Wisanu Chaipratoom, (24) the restaurant owner, explained that while he was sleeping on the third floor after closing the restaurant, he had awoken to hear his brother, Mr. Warut Chaipratoom (29) who slept on the floor above, shouting that there was a thief trying to break into his room. Mr. Wisanu then ran up to his brother’s room to find his frightened brother and his wife alone, with no sign of the thief. Mr. Warut told him that the thief had entered the room and, shocked to see anyone in the room, had rushed to the window, climbed out and fallen to the ground.

However, Mr. Wissanu who went down to identify the plummeter before he was sent to hospital, told the police that all he knew was that a thief had broken into their premises and stolen their brand-new computer notebook, costing Bt40,000, from his bed room. Mr. Wissanu presumed that the thief must be the same man that was lying on the ground. The police will further investigate Mr.Jatuporn Dehcha when he recovers from the accident.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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