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  Nos ambassadeurs en Thailande !
Posté par : geralano - 25/08/2017, 08:13 - Forum : News - Réponses (7)

Allez les verts !!

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Langue JUMP A-GOGO
Posté par : Icebergslim - 14/04/2017, 09:36 - Forum : News - Réponses (2)

Il a voulu faire un ST au SweetHeart AGOGO, il a fini dans le caniveau après le saut de l'ange

PATTAYA: - Les touristes ont couru dans la rue Walking Street, Pattaya, ce matin, après qu'un homme britannique soit décédé à mort depuis une maison d'hôtes au-dessus d'un bar Go-Go.

La police et les médecins qui se sont précipités sur la scène ont trouvé Andrew Christopher Laidler, 31 ans, à peine respiré, a rapporté Siamchon News .

Ils ont dû faire partie d'une foule de quelque 100 touristes thaïlandais et étrangers qui s'étaient rassemblés autour de son corps. Il a reçu un RCR puis transféré au mémorial de Pattaya mais a été déclaré mort à l'hôpital.

Des témoins ont déclaré que les gens se faisaient craindre autour de 4 heures du matin quand ils ont entendu le bruit de l'homme qui a frappé la route. Les touristes concernés ont fait un espace dans la foule pour pouvoir respirer et une serviette a été trouvée pour lui donner un peu de modestie.

Mais c'était tout en vain.

L'incident s'est déroulé devant le Sweetheart Go-Go Bar dans Walking Street, South Pattaya.

M. Laidler était resté dans la pièce A26 au-dessus du bar. La police a déclaré que les chambres étaient louées sur une base quotidienne.

La police a déclaré qu'il n'y avait aucun objet de valeur dans la salle et aucun signe de lutte.

Ils craignent qu'il soit nu et rassemblent des déclarations de témoins et examinent la vidéosurveillance à mesure que l'enquête se poursuit.

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source: https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/978...in-pattaya

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  Elle demande 5000 bahts pour un iphone trouvé
Posté par : Axl - 07/04/2017, 15:15 - Forum : News - Réponses (4)

PATTAYA: -- A Pattaya woman who found an iPhone on the counter in 7/11 would not return it to the owner unless she paid her 5,000 baht for "looking after it".

The owner offered her 1,000 baht but this was not enough to satisfy her. So the police were contacted.

The finder of the phone said they must all go to Pattaya police station, where she said she had a friend, to sort it all out.

Earlier Neungrithai, who is three months pregnant, had called police to say that a woman called Saifon Moonchan, 45, had called her sister to say that she had found her phone and wanted 5,000 baht.

Police went to a bar in Soi New Plaza in the Soi Bua Khao area where Saifon said she was well within her rights to demand 5,000 baht.

Was the phone - an iPhone 7 Plus - not worth 30,000? Only five thousand is a bargain, she claimed.

The story appeared on Facebook though it was not immediately known exactly how the matter was resolved.

https://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/977...er-rights/

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  Foreigner jumps to his death at Bangkok airport
Posté par : Axl - 30/03/2017, 18:31 - Forum : News - Réponses (1)

Another foreigner has jumped to his death at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi airport this morning (March 30), following a similar incident in November 2015.

Surveillance camera footage of the latest case shows a man taking an escalator from the third floor of the passenger terminal, and then jumping down after reaching the fourth storey.


Airport authorities identified the dead man as Alan Paul Grimes, 32, who held Australian as well as Irish passports. He was rushed to Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 8.06am, reported The Bangkok Post.

An airport official has proposed the installation of more safety barriers as existing 2.5-metre-high glass walls didn't seem to prevent such incidents from happening.


Photo: Reuters
Suvarnabhumi has seen suicides since opening

In November 2015, a chef from Northern Ireland died after leaping from the second floor of the airport terminal after feeling "increasingly paranoid" about his upcoming trip to Koh Samui, according to a friend who travelled with him.

Edward Baker, 35, insisted on staying put at Suvarnabhumi airport instead of going with his friend to the island.

The British embassy had asked airport police to keep an eye on Mr Baker, who had long-standing mental issues. But he managed to jump from an elevation and was later declared dead in hospital.

At the inquest held last month (February), the coroner recorded a verdict of suicide while "the balance of his mind was disturbed", reported The Daily Mail.

Mr Baker had a history of suffering from severe anxiety worsened by excessive drinking, noted the coroner.


Photo: Reuters

Khaosod news reported that Suvarnabhumi airport has been the "scene of many suicides since it opened in 2006".

It said: "There were so many in 2013 that Airports of Thailand announced it would spend 30 million baht to erect glass barriers to deter jumpers."

http://news.asiaone.com/news/asia/foreig...ok-airport

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