Headless body found on Prachuap Khiri Khan beach

Headless body found on Prachuap Khiri Khan beach

By The Nation

 

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The headless body of a man was found on a remote spot on a beach in Prachuap Khiri Khan province early on Tuesday, say police.

 

A local fisherman found the body at half-past midnight. It was lying face down, partially covered in sand, and was wearing red underwear. He was found at Ban Khok Tahome beach, in Moo 9 village of Ang Thong tambon, Thap Sakae district.

 

The fisherman called police, who sought help from the Sawang Rungruang Thammasathan Thap Sakae to retrieve the body.

 

A doctor determined that the man had died at least a month ago as the body had become dehydrated due to the sunlight.

 

Police suspected that the man might be a fishing crew member washed off his boat when the region was hit by tropical storm Pabuk.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30363126

 

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