Witnesses told police that the couple were heard arguing in two instances during that evening in their mobile home. In one incident, witnesses saw the woman throwing her boyfriend in the back of their mobile home and the victim was heard telling the woman to get off of him. The woman was found with her chest on the victim’s face. The victim was pronounced dead in the hospital and police charged the woman with second-degree manslaughter.
Thailand Lawyers noted that death by sex incidents are not common, but there were some internationally publicized cases that took place in Thailand involving dangerous sex acts that led to the deaths of foreign nationals.
In 2011, a 30-year old male New Zealander was found dead after having sex with two “bar hostesses” at a guesthouse in Patong. There were many unanswered questions surrounding the grisly find. The Thai police found two used condoms and evidence of sex stimulants, but no prostitutes in the man’s hotel room.
A young female backpacker was also found dead in year 2000 at her hotel room in Chiangmai. According to Thai police reports, the backpacker was strangled accidentally during a consensual sex that gone too far. A dangerous sex act involving suffocation is believed to create stronger orgasms.