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British tourist dead after fall in front of Sweetheart Go-Go in Pattaya

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44 minutes ago, JHolmesJr said:

this place is called walking street guesthouse and it is not a short time place per se.

 

still, seems like a 10-15 m fall…..unlucky.

 

 

Are you really trying to say that nobody would use these rooms to have fun with an employee of the bar next door? BTW, some people pay for long time. 

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9 minutes ago, steven100 said:

yeah  ......  I can smell fish ...  buts that's only because it's good friday. :shock1:

 

 Wow, thanks for the reminder. Had totally forgotten Easter this weekend. Time to look for my eggs. 

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Suicide doesn't sound plausible. No mention of LBs yet, they've been known to push guys out of windows not too far away.

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7 minutes ago, ajarngreg said:

Are you really trying to say that nobody would use these rooms to have fun with an employee of the bar next door? BTW, some people pay for long time. 

 

Ive seen this place advertised online…the owner appears to be scandinavian and he has a thread for it on a bingo players sex forum.

Im sure he probably has an arrangement with sweethearts for ST clients. Just saying I don't think it is a "love motel" that only rents by the hour.

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Probably the low guard rail. Most don't even come up to your waist. Not hard to imagine leaning over and falling..

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Just now, Deez said:

Probably the low guard rail. Most don't even come up to your waist. Not hard to imagine leaning over and falling..

But that would assume that he was quite happy to be standing on the balcony, stark naked, in full view of anyone who looked upwards.

Given where he was, I would assume he was not alone, but that person obviously wasn't there when the police came calling.

It's the no valuables that keeps coming back to me. Even if staying somewhere else, he should have had a wallet or some cash.

Maybe he fell out while looking for the bathroom, drunk and in the dark and his companion paid herself and left.

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2 hours ago, Peterw42 said:

I think the "no valuables" implies a short time, by the hour, room. Technically the bar rents rooms daily so far as the police are concerned. Odd thing is, many people pay the 300 for a day and leave after an hour.

I thought the police closed all those places during raids to clean up the sex image.  I recall an english guy being arrested after found in bed with a thai during the raids

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35 minutes ago, ajarngreg said:

There's this "law" where all foreigners have to show their passports that the staff can inform the Immigration. You'd be surprised how much information they've got about you.

 

    I truly hope that his relatives were already informed and are on their way. Sad news for his wife, friends, family. Where the heck's got when you need him? 

 

   I assume that relatives and friends will read this as well, so please be cool. RIP, wherever that is. 

Short time "hotels" and "guesthouses" don't exactly care about the "law" regarding registration of people. They care about the money.

 

Familys don't generally "come" to recover the remains of deceased. Usually, if they actually get involved, they fund the return of the remains to the homeland which can be as much as 20,000.Euros/Pounds/USD's. 

 

I doubt many, if any, read this forum.

 

So we are once again thrusting all our problems in life on the Thai Government when we come here without proper instructions in order and without any health care insurance clearly shown and without basically, a care in the world about the conduct we demonstrate to the Thai people and the Kingdom itself.

 

RIP

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Why Thais never fall from balconies in Pattaya only foreigners?


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3 hours ago, Peterw42 said:

I think the "no valuables" implies a short time, by the hour, room. Technically the bar rents rooms daily so far as the police are concerned. Odd thing is, many people pay the 300 for a day and leave after an hour.

And how would u know that Sherlock?

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34 minutes ago, Deez said:

Probably the low guard rail. Most don't even come up to your waist. Not hard to imagine leaning over and falling..

 

Why would he want to lean over naked?

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This hotel does short time stays. A customer spilt my drink over me in Baby Dolls once. I went and had a shower and washed the whiskey off my shirt there. It was easier than walking home. One of the girls from the bar that knows me well came along. No extra services, I just took a 2 minute shower while she washed my shirt, but what did the guest house know?

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33 minutes ago, darksidedog said:

But that would assume that he was quite happy to be standing on the balcony, stark naked, in full view of anyone who looked upwards.

Given where he was, I would assume he was not alone, but that person obviously wasn't there when the police came calling.

It's the no valuables that keeps coming back to me. Even if staying somewhere else, he should have had a wallet or some cash.

Maybe he fell out while looking for the bathroom, drunk and in the dark and his companion paid herself and left.

Quite possible a lot of accidents happen because people are drunk, good guess the guy was drunk. 

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1 hour ago, BruceMangosteen said:

Very astute observation. Another tragic story of farang in critical condition being taken to Pattaya Memorial. There must have been a change in policy there. RIP young man, way to early to go and hopefully his family will be notified in a more dignified manner than reading on here he was naked outside a brothel.  

Well, it is a fact that he was all naked and in a brothel, some might call it the brothel capital of the world. Such a young age to end your life. 

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32 minutes ago, ChiangMaiLightning2143 said:

Why Thais never fall from balconies in Pattaya only foreigners?


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Shorter

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2 hours ago, dabhand said:

Per the OP, happened at 4am. Would the Go-Go be open at that time?

 

Nope. Hence no rock 'n' roll soundtrack, which I'd have wanted, but really irrelevant in this context. RIP.

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A lack of witness reports as usual. Always half a story.

 

If it was a short time place they would know who he went up with. Also CCTV available.

 

 

 

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The guest house and gogo below have the same owners.

Used a lot for short time (no registration) but sometimes longer stay guests.

 

Poor guy. R.I.P.

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2 hours ago, ajarngreg said:

 

    OMG, RIP, poor guy. Memorial isn't the best hospital in town.

 

 

But it's closest. Gimme that, don't try for Bumrungrad.

 

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  Looking at the picture, giving CPR, after such a fall with eventually broken bones,  inner bleeding, broken ribs, etc? 

 

 

Yeah, might as well while waiting for the ambulance. Maybe keep the heart & lungs going.

 

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   The stairway to arr heaven? Looks loke a ladyboy bar to me.....

Sweet heart.jpg

 

No. Great bar, friendly owner, except there's no showing, last I looked.

 

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