Taliban militants shot dead a man in a restive Pakistani tribal area, accusing him of spying for the United States, an official said Wednesday. The man's bullet-riddled body was found dumped in the middle of a road near Wana, the main town of the South Waziristan region that borders Afghanistan, a security official said. "A note found on his body said all those spying for the US will suffer the same fate," the official said, adding the man appeared to be Afghan. Militants have killed several tribesmen, accusing them of spying on their activities on behalf of the Pakistani government and US forces operating across the border in Afghanistan. The rugged tribal regions have been wracked by violence since hundreds of Taliban and Al-Qaeda rebels fled there after the US-led invasion of Afghanistan in late 2001.