Rotting corpse of transgender woman found stuffed under hotel mattress after guests complain about vile smell in room

A pair of horrified hotel guests discovered they had been sleeping on top of the corpse of a transgender woman stuffed under the mattress. The guests had complained about a bad smell on checking into their room in the hotel in Pattaya, Thailand1 . But, having agreed to spend the night in the room, a cleaner spotted blood near the bed the following morning.

The body of Amphon Kongsong, 28, was then discovered in the bed’s frame on Saturday morning. Local police say two teenagers2 , boys aged 17 and 14, have admitted to the murder.

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Rotting Corpse Of Transgender Woman Found Stuffed Under Hotel Mattress After Guests Complain About Vile Smell In Room With the guests having agreed to spend the night in the room, a cleaner spotted blood near the bed the following morning

And they said the woman had been dead for three to four days before being found. Pattaya police chief Col Apichai Kropphet told the BBC3 : “The hotel’s cleaner found a very strong smell in the room and tried to find the source.

“Then the hotel staff searched the room and found the body under the mattress.

“But it wasn’t until after a Thai couple had checked in and slept on the bed.”

According to the Bangkok Post4 , the boys befriended Amphon before the 17-year-old got into a physical fight with her when she asked for sex. She reportedly became angry with the teenager when he rejected her.

Rotting Corpse Of Transgender Woman Found Stuffed Under Hotel Mattress After Guests Complain About Vile Smell In Room Local police say two teenagers, boys aged 17 and 14, have admitted to the murder

A report on its site said he then strangled her as the 14-year-old held down Amphon’s legs.

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it claimed the police managed to track the suspects using the hotel’s CCTV footage and Amphon’s personal details – which were used to pay for the hotel room. The teenagers have been charged with premeditated murder and body concealment.

References

  1. ^ Pattaya, Thailand (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ teenagers (www.mirror.co.uk)
  3. ^ told the BBC (www.bbc.co.uk)
  4. ^ Bangkok Post (www.bangkokpost.com)

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