Body found near Pattaya hotel building

Body found near Pattaya hotel building

Rescue volunteers take the body of a man of unknown nationality to Bang Lamung Hospital in Pattaya after he was found dead on the ground with broken bones near the entrance of a luxury hotel building in the early hours of Saturday. (Photo by Chaiyot Pupattanapong)
Rescue volunteers take the body of a man of unknown nationality to Bang Lamung Hospital in Pattaya after he was found dead on the ground with broken bones near the entrance of a luxury hotel building in the early hours of Saturday. (Photo by Chaiyot Pupattanapong)

CHON BURI: The body of a man of unknown nationality has been found on the ground near a luxury hotel building in Pattaya, with multiple broken bones consistent with a fall from a great height.

The body of the man, aged around 50, was found near the entrance of the Grand Centre Point Hotel on Pattaya Sai Song Road in tambon Na Klua of Bang Lamung district, said Pattaya police who were reported at around 3.30am on Saturday.

Several broken bones suggested he might have fallen from a great height, said police. Rescue workers sent his body to Bang Lamung Hospital for an autopsy.

With no documents on the body, investigators initially did not know whether he stayed at the hotel. They were investigating.



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