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Thai man passes away in a hotel with suspected heart attack

At after 9.30 p.m., hotel workers discovered the man’s lifeless body—identified only as Thawi—lying on the motel room floor. A 62-year-old Thai man’s body was discovered yesterday in a motel in tambon Paknam in Muang district close to the Khlong Ta Ket village. Police think a heart attack caused his death. Since Thawi had reserved the room until 9.30 p.m., someone from the hotel personnel knocked on the door when he didn’t leave the area. The door was open but there was no response. The dead man’s body was sent to the Rama Samut Prakan Hospital after being brought to the Ruam Khon Samut Prakan Foundation for an autopsy. Lt. Col. Adithep Phocharoen, the deputy investigative inspector at the Muang Samut Prakan Police Station, indicated that they needed to talk with the woman and inquire about the visit. Police were informed by staff that an elderly man and a young lady checked into the short-stay motel at around 5 p.m. and that the woman left alone at around 7 p.m. The man was discovered dead on the floor, and a used condom was located in the trash can.

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