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Aussie falls down the stairs to his death in Hua Hin

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43 minutes ago, DoctorG said:

On the ground floor I hope. :smile:

Nope. Thirty metres above it.

 

Vertical transportation by a system of cable and pulleys.

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17 minutes ago, scotchonrocks said:

And regardless what they say, we are to believe the BiB?

So if the BiB said that this was a murder, we should then disbelieve them and think that is was an accident ?

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12 minutes ago, sanemax said:

So if the BiB said that this was a murder, we should then disbelieve them and think that is was an accident ?

 

I could see them calling it any way that keeps Thailand's reputation (and their gravy train) intact.

 

A lot depends on who they finger for the murder.   And don't forget assisted suicide, abysmal building safety standards, spiked beverages, pesticide use, and a dozen other dangers here.  

 

It's rarely as simple as murder/accident.  And sometimes, there's no sign of what's been stolen until they check the bank account and business documents.

 

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The elderly and people with health concerns should not have stairs in their homes for many reasons.

 

If they do there should be hand rails for support and security.

 

If there is an angry person behind you near a stairs let them go first!

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13 hours ago, dddave said:

Ridiculous "knee jerk" statement with no basis in fact. Just what are the police supposed to say if there is indeed no sign of forced entry, struggle and all valuables in place?

You are assuming the police did a proper investigation?

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My immediate reaction is ....   did he fall or was he pushed    ????

his cleaner seems to know all his details possibly including his ATM pin and mobile phone.

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15 hours ago, cornishcarlos said:

How do police know that there was no evidence of theft ?

I don't leave a convenient inventory of all my belongings next to the front door in case I die !!

Yes true ! unfortunately u can trip walking along a footpath in Thailand or else where in the world, same ending accidents do happen sad ending but that's life can happen to anyone RIP to the older fella and his family  .

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2 hours ago, trogers said:

Vertical transportation by a system of cable and pulleys.

 

And maintained by Thais :shock1:.

 

A common exit is direct by air. Hope the balcony is safe, I have seen a number with very low guard rails......

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13 minutes ago, 12DrinkMore said:

And maintained by Thais

Or not maintained by stingy farangs not willing to put their hands in their wallets 

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15 minutes ago, psyvolt said:

Wow, your sleuthing skills must be awesome, as I couldn't see anything close to what your suggesting. Or of course, your just talking crap, and as usual just Thai Bashing (the latter is more likely).

I said possibly ... I didn't say did happen or confirmed ....   and do you think he actually fell down the stairs  ?   I mean alot of people fall down stairs every day and die ??  ....  just my thoughts.  I'm not bashing thai or anybody, I'm thinking the cleaner ( job or role ) rather than where she comes from ... it could be anywhere.

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