British man found useless on roadside in Bangkok, Thailand

An 80 12 months previous British man with Alzheimer’s illness was found dead on the side of Ratchaphruek Road in Bangkok, Thailand, yesterday.
At Free , Pol. Lt. Col. Chumphon Phurahong from Bang Khun Thian Police Station was knowledgeable that a foreign man’s body was discovered lying on the roadside close to a small park by an island on Ratchaphruek Road in Pak Khlong Pasi Charoen subdistrict, Phasi Charoen district.
Police, forensic doctors from Siriraj Hospital, and rescue workers from the Por Teck Thung Foundation travelled to the scene.
Police discovered the body of 80 year previous John Boisclair, figuring out him by the passport present in his pocket, reports MGR Online. Bosclair was sporting a white T-shirt and brown shorts.
Scratches on Boiscllair’s arms advised he had fallen. Doctors estimated that he died eight to 10 hours previous to being found.
The police’s preliminary investigation discovered that the deceased was an Alzheimer’s affected person staying with a Thai household at a home on Terdthai Road Soi 48, about 500 metres away from where his body was discovered.
The family informed police that Boisclair disappeared from the house at around 2am yesterday. The household reported him as missing at Bang Khun Thian Police Station and shared posts on social media to search for him.
It is believed that Boisclair strayed from the home and couldn’t discover his means house as he had Alzheimer’s illness. Police imagine he could have become dehydrated.
The physique of the deceased will bear an post-mortem before being collected by relatives.
On Monday, the murdered and partially dismembered body of a young Ukrainian tourist was discovered inside a room on the thirty second ground of a high-rise rental in Bangkok..

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