Horror as two headless bodies and woman’s head wash up on Thailand beaches
- Two headless male bodies were found on a popular tourist beach in Thailand
- The head of a woman was found by fishermen near a jetty in Prapadaeng
- Thai authorities believe the finds of the bodies and the head are all connected
Two headless bodies and a woman’s head have washed up on beaches in Thailand.
The naked bodies were discovered on beaches at Rayong, about 40 kilometres from Pattaya on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast.
The first male body was found on Mae Rumbpueang Beach with cut wounds to the neck, The Thaiger reported.
Two headless male bodies were found washed up on a popular tourist beach in Thailand, while the head of a woman was found by fishermen
Authorities believe the man died at least one week prior to his body being found on the beach, with significant decay from the water.
The man had three English language tattoos on his wrist, but the skin had been peeled back, making it hard to identify.
The second body was found ten kilometres away at PMY Beach in Rayong.
The man was wearing only his underwear, and police believe he died ten days before his body washed up on the beach.
South Samrong police chief Pol Col Prasert Buakhao said fishermen found the head of what they believe to be a woman in waters nearby.
The head had long hair and was found by fishermen near a jetty in Phra Pradaeng, about 20 kilometres south of Bangkok.
Authorities believe the head had been sitting in the water for a few days and has been taken to the police hospital for an autopsy.
Thai authorities believe the horrific find of the two naked bodies and the head of the woman are all connected.
The naked bodies were located on a stretch of popular tourist beaches, about 40 kilometres from Pattaya on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast (pictured: Mae Rumbpueang Beach)