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A restaurant employee found a Thai man dead in his car, parked on Pattaya Sai Sam Road. He had been drunk, and his friends had left him to sleep off the alcohol in the car with the engine running.

 

An employee of Pattaya Seafood restaurant, 30 year old Autthapon, told ThaiRath that he went to work last night, February 11, and found a black Honda CR-V SUV car parked outside the restaurant. He saw a Thai man sleeping in the driver’s seat and decided to check on him.

 

Autthapon revealed that the car window was lowered about 5 centimetres allowing him to look inside. Upon closer inspection, Autthapon realised the man was dead, so he reported the shocking discovery to Mueang Pattaya Police Station.

 

Police identified the man as 33 year old Nathawat Srikong. He was found dead in the driver’s seat wearing a white T-shirt and long black trousers. There were no signs of physical violence but Nathawat had blood running from his mouth and nose. The car’s engine was left on but it had cut out because it ran out of fuel.

 

By Petch Petpailin

 

Full story: The Thaiger 2024-02-12

 

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11 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

There were no signs of physical violence but Nathawat had blood running from his mouth and nose.

Can alcohol cause a hemorrhage?
Based on the poten- tial for hypertension and impaired coagulation, hem- orrhagic stroke develops with increased frequency in alcoholics. I describe six patients with alcoholic nonhypertensive intracerebral hemorrhages (ICHs) that may have occurred as a consequence of the chronic and/or acute alcoholic state.
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12 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The car’s engine was left on but it had cut out because it ran out of fuel.

Doing his bit for air quality.  I am puzzled by the number of Thais who park up & leave their car engines running whilst they go & get their hourly noodle intake.  Is the car able to be locked with the motor running or is this a job opportunity for car thieves?

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If you'd got the latest Honda City RS like I have, you'd know that you can start the car from your mobile phone without unlocking the doors or rendering it drivable, so that it's nice and cool when you get in it.

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8 minutes ago, DiDiChok said:

If you'd got the latest Honda City RS like I have, you'd know that you can start the car from your mobile phone without unlocking the doors or rendering it drivable, so that it's nice and cool when you get in it.

Hopefully no malicious environmentalists don't get to it before you do.

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