Bangladeshi found dead in Thai hotelNew Age Desk
A Bangladeshi Rotarian was found dead and two others were lying unconscious in a Pattaya hotel room in Thailand on Friday, reports online news agency pattayanews.com.
The report said that the Bangladeshis were drugged by a Pattaya prostitute whom they brought to have group sex with her at the hotel.
Later the three men were found drugged. The hooker got away with their belongings.
The Pattaya police filed a case in this connection.
Pattaya police officer Lieutenant Colonel Samran Kamwattana said that 3
foreigners, suspected of being drugged, were found in a room of Bella Express Hotel on Middle Pattaya road in Banglamung area in the city.
The police found the body of Mizanur Rahman, 54, lying on the bed. His clothes, the bed and the floor were soiled with excrement.
Their travel kits were forced open, clothes and stuff were scattered all over the room and 10 empty beer cans were found in the bathroom, the police said.
The body was sent for post-mortem examinations.
The two unconscious victims were identified as Sanjid Saha, 54, and Harunur Rashid, 52.
They were admitted to the Pattaya Memorial Hospital, the report said.
The Thai guide of the Bangladeshis said that he had led 20 Bangladeshi tourists to the hotel from the Rotary International Convention, at Impact, Muangthong Thani in Bangkok.
After the convention, the 3 tourists travelled to Pattaya and checked in at the hotel on May 10.
In the next morning, he called the tourists to go for sightseeing, but the three did not show up.
A hotel staff said that the victims came with a Thai woman at midnight. As a routine, her ID card was kept at the reception. The woman was identified as Porntip Taweeting, 20, a resident of Tambon Yangwai at Kornsawan of Chaiyapoom.
In the morning, the woman said that she needed to have her clothes washed in South Pattaya. She left the hotel with a bag of clothes but forgot to take her ID.
The police said the victims were drugged by powerful hypnotic tranquliser mixed with their beer.
The police seized CCTV footage to find more evidence and clues.
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