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Brit High On Yaba Murders Woman With A Machete In Pattaya

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Brit High On Yaba Murders Woman With A Sword In Pattaya

A British man is in police custody today suspected of killing a Thai woman with a machete in the early hours of Thursday at his home in Pattaya.

46-year-old Neil Henry Elliot from Northern Ireland was detained by hospital staff where he was taken for treatment following a motorbike accident he was involved in after fleeing the scene of the murder.

In what was described as a state of delirium, Elliot admitted murdering a woman at his home as he was being treated for his injures prompting hospital staff to alert police.

Brit High On Yaba Murders Woman With A Sword In Pattaya

After speaking to the Brit, officers from Bang Lamung Police Station visited a townhouse in Eakmongkol Project 4 where they found blood all over the floor before discovering the body of a woman in the bathroom.

The woman was identified as Miss On, aged between 35-40. She had been slashed multiple times on the neck and wrists.

A bloodstained machete about 60cm in length and a broken pool cue, also covered in blood, were found in the house.

Brit High On Yaba Murders Woman With A Sword In Pattaya

Elliot later told investigators he met Miss On earlier on Thursday night on Soi Buakhao before the couple returned together to his townhouse where they both took yaba.

Details of why the couple became involved in a physical confrontation were not made clear nor was any reason why Elliot attacked the woman with the pool cue and a machete that led to her death.

Elliot has been remanded in custody while the investigation continues.

Brit High On Yaba Murders Woman With A Sword In Pattaya

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83 Pubs In Bangkok Shuttered Following Fire-Safety Inspections

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83 Pubs In Bangkok Shuttered Following Fire-Safety Inspections

83 pubs in the capital were temporarily shuttered on Saturday due to fire safety failings.

Following the fire at a Sattahip pub in the early hours of Friday morning that left 15 people dead, the Governor of Bangkok ordered inspections at entertainment venues across all 50 districts.

So far over 400 Bangkok venues have been inspected to ensure fire exits and escape routes are adequate and up to standard.

With tourists starting to return, the governor said it was important to step up safety measures.

Governor Chadchart has ordered further inspections in a bid to weed out entertainment venues operating illegally.

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Thailand To Introduce 10-Year Visa For Skilled Workers, Investors

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Another week, and another new long-term visa proposal from the government.

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