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Pattaya – Three Bangladeshi Rotarians Drugged by Hooker One Dead & Two in Coma

Via: Pattaya Daily News

Pol.Lt.Col. Samran Kamwattana, Pattaya police reported that 3 foreigners suspected of being drugged were discovered in room # 427 on the 4th floor of Bella Express Hotel Pattaya 425/9 Middle Pattaya road, opposite of Maewilai Market, Banglamung.

Pol.Col. Thammanoon Mankong, and Pol.Lt.Col.Supachai Puykaewkam plus Pattaya police station officers arrived at the crime scene with a crowd of foreigners outside the room.

Inside the double room with an extra bed they found a dead body: Mr. Rahman Mizanur 54-years-old Bangladeshi, lying on the on his side on the bed, wearing white tank and a blue and white striped sarong. His clothes, the bed and the floor, were soiled with excrement and the room stank.

There were many pieces of luggage all forced open. Clothes and stuff (stuff?) were scattered all over the room.

The small safe had also been forced open. It was empty. In the bathroom, there were 10 empty beer cans. The police also found asthma medicine, and other unknown medicines plus many medicine vials in luggage of the deceased.

Upon information based on the evidence found in the room the police concluded: 3 victims, one of them was dead, and the others were in a coma, as if they had been drugged.

A hotel staff had called Pattaya Memorial Hospital before the police came, the two unconcious victims were identified as: Mr.Sanjid Saha, 54-years-old and Mr.Rashid Harunur, 52-years-old Bangladeshi. The police took pictures, collected the evidence and inspected the corpse but found no trace of violence. The body was sent for autopsy to determine the cause of death.

Upon questioning the Thai guide, he said that he had brought the 20 Bangladeshi tourists from the Rotary International Convention, at Impact, Muangthong Thani in Bangkok. After the convention, the 3 Bangladeshis, travelled to Pattaya, checked in at the hotel on May 10 at 16:00, and they would check out on May 12.

In the morning of May 11, the guide called all the Bangladeshi tourists to have breakfast and to go for sightseeing, but the 3 did not show up.

Later the tour guide found out from the hotel staff, that there was a foul smell (see photo) coming out from the room. (CLUE NO. 1)

They knocked on the door. No answer. (CLUE NO. 2)

The hotel staff opend the door. Inside they found them one dead. (BINGO!)

Two unconscious with saliva coming out of their mouths. The two comatose victims were taken to the hospital and the police was informed.

Pol.Lt.Col.Supachai Puykaewkam, said that the 3 Bangladeshis might had been drugged and robbed. The hotel staff said that, at 01:00 of May 11 they saw the victims came with Thai woman they thought was a prostitute. As a routine the hotel staff kept her ID card. The woman was identified as Miss Porntip Taweeting 20-years-old, address: house # 59, Moo 7, tambon Yangwai, Kornsawan, Chaiyapoom.

At 04:00 the woman called to ask if there was a laundry service. The hotel staff said no. The woman said that she needed to have her clothes washed in South Pattaya. She would come back. She left the hotel with a bag of clothes but forgot to bring her ID.

She did not return.

At first the police assumes that the victims brought the prostitute to have group sex in the room (a four-way, gross!).

But instead of group sex they were drugged by a powerful hypnotic/ tranqulizer mixed with their beer. After they passed out she searched through their belongings and dissapeared.

Mr.Rahman Mizanur might have had some underlying illnesses causing his sudden death. The two other became deeply unconscious.

The police checked the CCTV footage to find more evidence and clues.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Miss Porntip Taweetin, the 20-year-old prsotitut (prsotitut, say what?).

http://www.pattayadailynews.com/en/2012/05/13/three-bangladeshi-rotarians-drugged-by-pattaya-hooker-one-dead-two-in-coma/

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reference:

Plan you next ‘four-way’, here:

http://www.rotary.org/en/Pages/ridefault.aspx

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‘prsotitut’It is anticipated Thai newspapers will have ‘spel-check’ in 2014, possibly 2015.

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