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Gogo bar dancer Saranya Rattanapeth was dragged into an abandoned building in Bangkok and found dead with her top pulled up. A second Thai prostitute has been found dead in just a week.
Police have launched a murder investigation following the second death, which comes just days after Wannipa Janhuathon plunged five floors to her death while having "very strange, extravagant sex" on a hotel balcony. Saranya is believed to have been dragged off the street and into an abandoned building on the same road as the notorious Soi Cowboy in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand.
Workers told police they could hear her screams for help but were "too scared" to go to the third floor of the building. The year-old worked as a dancer at one of the venues on the seedy row of strip clubs and bars where hundreds of prostitutes work every day. Lieutenant Tongphong Sripo, deputy leader of investigations at the Thong Lor district station, said witnesses had described a man pestering her when she arrived and left work.
The three storey commercial building is currently under renovation. She had been dead for approximately 12 hours. They said that there was no electricity or water in the third floor of the building, and it had only been being sed as a toilet while work was carried out on other parts. Vella had allegedly been staying illegally in the country on an expired visa and is being hunted by UK police. He faces up to 10 years in prison or a fine of , Thai baht on a charge of causing death by negligent or reckless behaviour.
Police claim that the reckless and negligent behaviour was the sex on the balcony that directly caused Wannipa's death. The former solider, from Birmingham, is being held in custody charged with causing death by negligent or reckless behaviour, staling on a motorcycle at night, and visa overstay. Both deaths highlights the risk that women working in the country's sex industry face - despite ongoing talk from authorities of a crackdown.