Police baffled as ladyboy dead on the back seat of crashed car without pants and with a police helmet
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Daily News said that police in Authaya were completely baffled after a ladyboy was found dead in a car accident.
The victim's submerged Honda City had plunged into the Phraya Banleu canal on the Sena to Lat Bua Luang Road.
Anuchart Wuthitham, 32, a rescue worker from Ruam Katanyu Foundation was first on the scene.
He found 27 year old Bangkok resident Athitaya Phanang - a type two woman (ladyboy) - covered in mud on the back seat of the car.
The victim was wearing a t-shirt and black underwear but no pants (trousers). CPR proved futile as the victim was already dead.
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Inside the car - whose front was smashed - were found the following items:
A red shoulder bad containing two Ya Ba (methamphetamine) tablets.
One police hat.
One army cap.
A mobile phone.
Anuchart commandeered a passing trailer truck to pull the stricken City from the klong.
Lat Bua Luang police captain Wirawat Phanthawee noted that there were ten meter skid marks on the road surface.
But what he just couldn't get his head around was the fact that the victim was on the back seat and not wearing any pants.
Then there was the further complications of the police and army headgear.
The body was sent for autopsy at Thammasat Chalermprakiat Hospital as investigations into the mystery continue.
Source: Daily News
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