Adnan Lotia: ‘Fun-loving’ web entrepreneur from London is killed on first day of Thailand trip

PUBLISHED ON WED, APR 19, 2017 2:24 PM

Adnan Lotia: ‘Fun-loving’ web entrepreneur from London is killed on first day of Thailand trip

DANIEL O’MAHONY, JOHN DUNNE 
The Evening Standard

 

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Motorbike crash: Adnan Lotia was on the Thai holiday island of Koh Phangan when he died

 

An entrepreneur was killed in a motorcycle crash a day after arriving on a holiday island in Thailand.

 

Adnan Lotia, 36, from Northolt, was managing director of Theatre Tickets Direct, an online marketplace for West End shows.

 

A keen sportsman, he had travelled to Koh Phangan for three weeks of boxing training after which he was due to attend a cricket tournament in Phuket. But he was injured in a crash on the island on March 27 and died that day. 

 

Full story: http://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/adnan-lotia-funloving-web-entrepreneur-from-london-is-killed-on-first-day-of-thailand-trip-a3517647.html

 

-- Evening Standard 2017-04-19

 

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