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Monday 8 February 2016

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitts Son Injured On Holiday in Thailand

Update: 2016 Angelina Jolie Cambodia

Angelina Jolie is currently in Cambodia. Showing off all of her glorious tattoo's she has over 40 of them now. She is making her movie in titled 'First They Killed My Father'. No doubt this Khmer Rouge Film will be a massive hit once it get's released in 2017. She just loves Asia.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitts Son Injured On Holiday in Thailand

Earlier this week Angelina Jolie's and Brad Pitt's son was apparently involved in a jet-ski accident whilst holidaying in Phuket. US Weekly had reported that he had broken his leg. But local emergency services and jet-ski operators were not able to confirm the story from US weekly.

Angelina, Brad, and Son Pak

Where's the proof? No photo's were provided - and US Weekly stated a source had said that he was okay. 

'[Pak} on the mend and hobbling around' stated the source.

And then another publication has now reported that 12 year old Pak had not broken his leg. Just injured it. Again from another source.

Jet ski operators in Phuket and Thailand are always under scrutiny - as the incident involving 2 Chinese tourists, not so long ago, in Patong involved jet-ski's. 

Not surprisingly the Chinese government will ban Chinese tourists from visiting places like Patong and Phuket due to the low safety standards, and numbers of deaths in the past few years.

Jet-ski's Don't Risk It

The jet ski operators have released a short statement saying that they weren't involved in the accident in regards to Angelina Jolie's son.

“We are sure that the two Chinese tourists crashing their rental jet-skis in Patong is the only recent accident involving our vehicles. I am confident that our members were not involved in an incident where Angelina Jolie’s son broke his leg,” said Nucha Petchvimol, president of the Phuket Jet-Ski Club. 
“Even if the news is true, I want tourists to be confident that we are taking the very best care of those who are renting jet-skis; we are following all Marine Office regulations.”
Unlike motorbikes, Jet-ski operators aren't required licences in Thailand. This could leave deprimental effects on accident statistics. The owners of the Jet-Ski's are required to have a Thai Captain License, and insurance. 

There wasn't any record of this incident with the Phuket Marine Police.
'Just because we don’t have a report, doesn’t mean it didn’t happen though,' Lt Col Panya

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