The car was driven by a tourist from Pathum Thani.
Note: if you scroll down, you will see the body parts. Fair warning.
On February 26th, 2021, at about 6:30AM police in Trat received a report from Mr. Sahatha Ploykrut, aged 29, that human parts were found attached to a vehicle at a PTT gas station.
Officers responded to the scene and found a mess of human remains. The gender was unable to be identified: no head, only a body trunk with arms and legs. Mr. Saharat was the driver, a tourist from Pathum Thani. There was no evidence of a collision.
The report says that Mr. Saharat traveled from Pathum Thani with 10 of his friends the previous night in 4 different vehicles. The group was traveling to Koh Chang for holiday. One of the friends noticed something stuck under the car.
At first, they thought it was a dog carcass. But slowly they saw it was a human as the body parts stated to fall from the car.
About 4 kilometers from the gas station they had ran over a carcass, according to the report. But they thought it was a dog carcass at the time.
Officers determined no accident was involved with the traveling party.
The relatives of the deceased are being sought after. The group of 10 friends insist they will continue their journey to Koh Chang. They will return to pick up the vehicle with the human body parts on the way back.
True Crime Thailand will update the report when more facts come in.
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My take: Well this is a spooky story. It seems that the group had run over the body but when the person died and how is still to be determined. More updates of course as facts come in.
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