Eerik Meister, 37, and Marten Oks, 24, were staying on the second floor of a hotel on Soi Khok Makham in Rawai. They removed the mattress from the room and put it on the awnings outside their room window and went to sleep.
Chalong Police were notified of the incident at 10:30am this morning (Feb 22) and arrived at the scene with Tourist Police. A fire truck was also called in as police and rescue workers woke the men up and helped bring them down from the awnings.
Neither of the men had any injuries and both showed signs of intoxication. Police searched their hotel room to find their belongings damaged and scattered everywhere.
Lt Col Sakkarin Sangjaroen of Chalong Police charged both men with drunken disorderly behaviour and damage to private property. The men accepted the charges.
The owner of the hotel is in the process of claiming damages for the property. Both tourists agreed to cover the costs.
The men were taken to Chalong Sub-District Promoting Hospital for a medical check-up. They are due to return to Estonia on Tuesday (Feb 26).