Australian in Patong hotel fall on heavy painkiller, likely suffering hallucinations

Australian in Patong hotel fall on heavy painkiller, likely suffering hallucinations

By The Phuket News

 

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Australian tourist Daniel Partridge, 33, was on the prescribed heavy painkiller Tramadol at the time of his fall from a Patong hotel on Sunday (June 9). Photo: frankieleon / Flickr

 

PHUKET: The mother of the 33-year-old Australian man who died after a fall at a Patong hotel on Sunday has raised serious concerns about the circumstances of her son’s death, especially the fact that he was taking prescribed Tramadol when the incident happened.

 

Linda Partridge in an email to The Phuket News also pointed out that her son, Daniel, was not travelling alone. “His friend and travelling companion was in the adjacent room,” she wrote.

 

“His friend advised me that they had not been drinking all day but had just had a few in the evening,” Mrs Patridge added, disputing witness reports detailed in the initial report by police.


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