Russian tourists found a drowned man in a popular resort

Russian tourists found a drowned man in a popular resort

Another tragic event happened to a tourist in a popular resort in Thailand last Monday. Russian travelers noticed a body in the water off the coast of Pattaya and called for help. The identity of the deceased has not been established.

According to The Thaiger, the Russians were relaxing and sunbathing on Wong Amat Beach in the Naklue area of ​​Bang Lamung when one of them noticed a body floating facedown 25 meters from the coast. Eyewitnesses rushed to the hotel employee so that he urgently called the police. The deceased was a man who appeared to be about 50 years old. He was wearing only blue shorts. At the time of publication, the nationality of the man is unknown. As noted by the police, no signs of violence were found on the body, it is likely that he got entangled in the ropes of the buoy and drowned. Rescuers also arrived at the scene and helped law enforcement officers get the body out of the sea.

The state of emergency, dated Monday, added to the tragic “piggy bank” of unexpected deaths of foreigners in Pattaya over the past month. So, on Sunday early in the morning, the traveler fainted and died on Walking Street, the main party street of the resort. The man fell “without making a sound”, hitting his head on the asphalt became fatal. Rescuers did artificial respiration, but he died. According to the primary conclusion, the traveler's heart suddenly stopped, no signs of violent death were found on the body. The man is believed to have been around 55 years old and of Middle Eastern or Indian descent. He did not have identification documents with him, he was alone on the street.

The previous incident occurred on January 16th. Then a 33-year-old Chinese travel agent fell out of the window of the Mantra Pura hotel in the Bang Lamung area and crashed to death. Chen Pu Ling was found lying in a pool of blood on the path of the hotel. The man was wearing only underwear. It is known that he arrived at the resort as part of a promotional tour as part of a group of four fellow employees of a Chinese travel agency to explore Pattaya hotels.

It is not yet clear whether the increased death rate is due to a tragic coincidence or criminal intent . The resort authorities have not yet commented on whether a connection between the incidents has been found.

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