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Saturday, 12 December 2015

28 Year Old British Woman Killed in Phuket

28 Year Old British Girl Dies in Phuket

Today Phuket News reported the incident. At 1130am a woman was reportedly knocked off her motorbike and sustained a broken neck.


Police rush to the accident after being alerted by Kusoidham Patong rescue workers that a woman from abroad had sustained a broken neck after a crash.

The accident involved a pick up truck which allegedly had rammed the motorbike. When they officers arrived at the scene they found a black Toyota Vigos pickup truck - which was from Phuket.

On the ground next to the pickup was a smashed red and white Honda Wave motorbike with Nakhon Pathom plates. - said Phuket News.
A witness told police that there were two women on the motorbike, who'd just left a nearby Family Mart on the opposite side of the road, and had attempted to make a U-turn, to head back in the direction of Patong when they were finally rammed by the pickup truck from behind. 
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The Phuket News is withholding the name of the victim until it can be confirmed that her family have been notified. 
- See more at: http://www.thephuketnews.com/british-woman-28-killed-after-motorbike-rammed-by-phuket-pickup-truck-on-patong-hill-55386.php#sthash.c0zW60Hu.dpuf


Motorbike Deaths in Thailand - Second Highest In The World


We must stress again unless you have a motorbike license and are experienced then don't hire a bike in Thailand as the graph below shows statistics for road fatalities. We have included this in the article to stress the fact that roads are unsafe in Thailand. Be careful.


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Sunday, 6 December 2015

4 Syrians Overstay Their Visa's - Police on the hunt

4 People From Syria Overstay Their Visa's



Ever since the appalling terror attacks in Paris, many countries have been wary of un-welcome guests in their countries - Especially one's who over stay their visa's in Thailand.


With the suggestion on Isis getting ready to attack in Thailand - the Thai authorities are on high alert. The links to Isis may or may not be linked through these 4 overstays.

ISIS are believed to be preparing attacks on Thailand due to the high amount of Russians that reside there. Especially in tourist areas such as Phuket and Pattaya.


Sunday 6th December in the morning; officers from the  local authoties released the images of  four men who are reported to have entered the kingdom between January and August this year.

The men, who are aged between 29 and 57, entered Thailand by a combination land and air, yet the whereabouts of all four men remain unknown.

The men's names are as follows: 

A: MR HAGOP KASSABIAN, 57 B: MR NAWFAL HASSOUN, 34 C: MR ABDUL AZIZ AROUK, 44 D: MR MOUAYAD HAYSTI, 29


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Any known whereabouts of these men should be reported immediately.

Authorities stressed that there is no evidence to suggest that any of the four wanted Syrian men have links to ISIS or any other terrorist organisation

Saturday, 17 October 2015

Mental Man Targets Bystander in Bangkok

A mentally challenged Thai man was arrested for beating a stranger in Lat Pharo in Bangkok.



The video clips went viral after the attack happened and police approached the alleged attacker at 111 Soi Lat Phrao. He wanted to flee but police managed to change his mind and then arrested him. Clever police.The attack happened last Tuesday and was captured on local CCTV.



Pol Maj-General Sanit Mahathavorn, deputy commander of Provincial Police Region 1, revealed after interrogating Theerapong that he could be charged with committing a public offence but if a complaint was not filed with police the case could be commuted because of the homeless man's mental disorders. - The Nation

Sanit said Theerapong had wandered around Lat Pharo for several years drinking alcohol and sometimes becoming aggressive towards passers-by. You would think that in this day and age somebody would of helped this poor man. 

Previously he had been detained at mental institutions inside Srithanya and Maesuai hospitals. 

"Families or relatives should not let people with mental disorders live alone," he added

Dr Panpimol Wipulakorn, deputy director of Department of Mental Health, said- 

Theerapong moved to Bangkok looking for work and was treated for his mental illness at Srithanya Hospital this year. People with mental disorders tend to dread people and people who got close to them could be considered a threat and attacked.

Wednesday, 8 April 2015

Ferry sinks in Thailand BREAKING NEWS - 08/042015

KRABI: A fire broke out on the ferry Ao Nang Princess 5 this afternoon (April 8), about two kilometres from Nopparatthara Beach in Ao Nang.

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Almost all the 107 passengers are reported to have been rescued by nearby boats and the Marine police. There were two exceptions – one person dead and a 12-year-old girl who is missing.
Divers are now looking to see if they can find the girl.

The fire broke out at 3:30 pm in the ferry, which belongs to Ao Nang Travel Tour Co.
Carrying 117 passengers – 107 adults and 10 children – the ferry reportedly left Koh Phi Phi and was heading for Nopparatthara Beach near Ao Nang when the fire broke out near Koh Met.

Krabi Marine Police, Krabi Marine Office, Nopparathara Park officers and 10 fishing and speed boats rushed to the scene and rescued passengers, taking them to Ao Nang, where rescue workers were waiting to ferry anyone injured to hospital.

In the event, none of those who were brought ashore were injured.

The skipper of the ferry, Capt Wirat, said there was an explosion in the engine room, after which he told passengers to put on life jackets. Other boats were on the scene fast, he said, and passengers were able to step from the burning ferry onto the other boats.

The fire burned the ferry to the waterline, after which it sank.

Officials are still checking the passenger lists to identify the missing girl and the dead person.

Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Amazing Thailand Sets Up A Tourist Court

Tourist Courts In Thailand


The Thailand Tourism Court - Amazing Thailand and its Tourism Ministry is working on a plan to set up a tourist court to offer better protection to foreign visitors to the country. Many times they are needed as a lot of petty crimes happen - beware some Thai Girls are out to scam you.


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Tourism Minister Somsak Phurisrisak said on Monday that the idea of the tourist court establishment was conceived to provide fair and better protection to visiting travelers after more and more have been reportedly harmed while traveling in Thailand.

Mr. Somsak said the concept is now under deliberation with Mr. Wirat Chinwinijkul, Secretary-General of the Courts of Justice.

He added that the court establishment will initially begin in the form of a tourist department under the Courts of Justice.

The Tourism Minister went on to say that the discussion with Mr. Wirat also shed light on the idea of a night court, in order to help speed up the legal proceeding.

Mr. Somsak is also scheduled to meet with National Police Chief Pol. Gen. Adul Saengsingkaew on May 1, when he will ask the police to be more swiftly and determinedly handle all cases related to tourists in order to allow subsequent court proceedings to go on and without any delay.