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Body In Drainpipe Turned Out To Be A Napping Drunk

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Body In Drainpipe Turned Out To Be A Napping Drunk

Rescue volunteers in Chonburi were expecting to find a dead body when they were alerted by concerned locals about a motionless body in a large drainpipe but it turned out to be a drunk man taking a nap after a heavy night out.

The incident happened late Monday night when villagers spotted a fallen motorbike at the roadside and the body of a man inside a drainpipe.

Assuming he had died in a road accident, they alerted emergency services who were soon on the scene but after crawling into the pipe to look at the body the drunk man wakened leaving all involved needing clean underwear.

Sozzled Somchai told police and medics he was absolutely fine and needed nothing more than a couple of Tylenol for his hangover, explaining he’d been out on the lash, couldn’t control his bike on the way home so decided to stop off and crash out until he was sober enough to drive again.

He was sent on his way without charge or caution despite admitting to driving under the influence..

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Nike Open Flagship Store At Siam Center

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Nike Thailand has launched a massive new flagship store in Bangkok’s Siam Center designed to showcase product innovation.

Operated by Southeast Asian luxury retail specialist Valiram, the new 9000sq foot Nikestore offers a blend of physical and digital retail experiences for shoppers.

Nike Open Flagship Store At Siam Center

“Nike Bangkok at Siam Center exists to offer everyone the ability to make sport a daily habit, ensuring they are inspired and committed to staying active,” said director of Nike stores Southeast Asia & India Tarundeep Singh.

Services such as head-to-toe apparel fitting and footwear trialling are offered to provide consumers with opportunities to deepen their connection with the brand and select products suited to their needs.

You can also book one-on-one sessions with running experts and styling specialists.

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No Foul Play Suspected In Death Of Irish Man Found In Jomtien Villa

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Police investigating the death of an elderly Irish man found dead at a villa in Jomtien on Monday say no foul play is suspected with the cause of death likely to be natural causes.

The body of 69-year-old Damien Molloy was discovered by his caretaker who arrived at the house to be overwhelmed by a strong smell coming from the master bedroom.

Upon entering she found the body of Mr Molloy laid on the bed dressed only in shorts.

No Foul Play Suspected In Death Of Irish Man Found In Jomtien Villa

No Foul Play Suspected In Death Of Irish Man Found In Jomtien Villa

Police who attended the scene told reporters there were no signs of a struggle nor a break-in with many bottles and packets of prescription pills found indicating the elderly Irishman had many medical conditions which were most likely to be the cause of death.

The body was sent for an autopsy to the Police Hospital to confirm the actual cause of death and the Irish Embassy in Bangkok notified.

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Phuket Reopens Land And Sea Access

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Phuket Reopens Land And Sea Access

Following two months of lockdown by land and sea, Phuket finally reopened to the rest of the world on Monday.after Covid-19 measures were relaxed.

Governor Pakkapong Taweewat signed an order on Sunday allowing entry and exit from the southern island by 24 seaports and the road bridge between Tha Chat Chai to Phangnga on the mainland.

Phuket airport remains closed to international passenger flights until June 30 under the ban by CAAT with a limited number of domestic flights operating.

People can leave Phuket without restriction with those entering having to undergo temperature checks and log their details via the “Mor Chana” app to allow track and trace should there be any newly reported coronavirus cases.

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