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Japanese man in Bangkok death fall

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A 53-year old Japanese man plunged to his death overnight in the Ploenchit Centre building on Sukhumvit Road, soi 2, Klong Toey district of Bangkok, police said on Monday morning. 

The police said his body was discovered by the buiding electrician, Wichitchai Unridthong, when he was doing his rounds and reported about 12.30am.

Police who answered the call found the foreigner lying dead on the ground floor inside the building. The man, wearing jeans and a short-sleeved shirt, had a broken neck, severe spinal injuries and wounds on both feet.

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