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Norwegian man’s death: He had prostate cancer and wanted to stop treatment, Thai media

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Thai media reported that the 69 year old Norwegian man found hanging from a Pattaya condominium said in a suicide note that he wanted to stop treatment for cancer.

Norwegian man's death: He had prostate cancer and wanted to stop treatment, Thai media | News by Samui TimesPattaya News reported that he was suffering from prostate cancer.

Part of a suicide note translated from Norwegian suggested that he wanted to stop help from tubes for breathing and feeding.

A will has left possessions to Max Holden’s Thai wife. She was in Chiang Mai at the time of his death. Police are calling it suicide.

There had been no arguments before she left for Chiang Mai, said Pattaya News.

Mr Holden stayed in room 2305 on the 23rd floor of Northshore Condominium in Soi 5 of Pattaya Beach Road.

He was found hanged from the top of the building on Wednesday. A selection of knives and cutters and two bloodstained chopping boards were found at the scene.

He was earlier reported to have shot himself with a homemade gun.

Thai Visa / Pattaya News

Norwegian man's death: He had prostate cancer and wanted to stop treatment, Thai media | News by Samui Times

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