British vacationer Luke Ramage discovered useless in Thailand resort room

Police in Thailand are investigating the loss of life of a British vacationer in Bangkok, the Overseas Workplace has mentioned.

The holidaymaker – who has been recognized by grieving buddies as Luke Ramage – had reportedly solely simply arrived at his resort when he was discovered unresponsive on his mattress by a receptionist.

In keeping with his Fb web page, Mr Ramage – who was from the city of Consett in County Durham and labored for a cleansing firm – arrived in Thailand on 14 December.

He checked in at Dubai Worldwide airport within the early hours and touched down in Bangkok later within the day, along with his final recorded exercise on the Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park.

The Solar reported that the 31-year-old was staying on the close by Bavana Resort, which is a brief stroll away, however had not unpacked his baggage when he was discovered and the room protected was left open.

Mr Ramage was from Consett in County Durham. Pic: Facebook
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Mr Ramage was from Consett in County Durham. Pic: Fb

One in every of his closing Fb posts on 14 December featured an image of him and his travelling companions together with the caption: “Lads on tour.”

Among the many buddies to have commented are Julie Payne, who described his loss of life as “heartbreaking”, and Jade Storey, who mentioned she “cannot truthfully imagine that is occurring”.

“I like you to the moon and again Luke, you had been my bro from one other mom,” she added.

“I nonetheless suppose I’ll see you once more, that is the loopy factor. It is not sank in in any respect. Love you without end, my man.”

The Overseas Workplace mentioned: “Our employees are supporting the household of a British man following his loss of life in Thailand.

“We proceed to do all they’ll for them, and stay in touch with the Thai authorities.”

The loss of life is the newest incident involving international nationals to have unfolded in Thailand.

In June, a British teenager advised reporters she believed she was drugged, raped and robbed on the island of Koh Tao by somebody who spiked her drink.

Police dismissed the claims in October after their investigation discovered no supporting proof, including that the 19-year-old had not been capable of present key particulars about the place the alleged incident came about, the way it unfolded or an in depth description of the suspect.

And again in 2014, British vacationers Hannah Witheridge and David Miller had been crushed to loss of life on a Koh Tao seaside.

Two Burmese employees had been convicted of their deaths, however protesters in Myanmar mentioned they had been scapegoats.

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