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  1. Urgent warning to parents after sick 'Momo challenge' makes its way to UK By Abigail Rabbett Parents have been warned over sick Whatsapp 'suicide' game Momo which uses the work of a Japanese artist as the avatar (Image: CEN) Last year, parents across the globe were warned about a sick new Whatsapp 'suicide game' called Momo. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1085845-urgent-warning-to-parents-after-sick-momo-challenge-makes-its-way-to-uk/
  2. Urgent warning to parents after sick 'Momo challenge' makes its way to UK By Abigail Rabbett Parents have been warned over sick Whatsapp 'suicide' game Momo which uses the work of a Japanese artist as the avatar (Image: CEN) Last year, parents across the globe were warned about a sick new Whatsapp 'suicide game' called Momo. At the time the terrifying game, which has been linked to the death of a 12-year-old girl in Argentina, had not made its way to the UK. However it emerged today that a seven-year-old boy from Manchester was a victim of the harrowing challenge. The disturbing game targets young people via Whatsapp and encourages them to kill themselves or bad things will happen to their friends and families. Full Story: https://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/momo-challenge-suicide-game-pic-15868665
  3. Celebs with famous parents who have soared to stardom in their own right By Emily Retter Matt Healy, who scooped two Brits with his band The 1975 at Wednesday night’s Brit awards (Image: Getty) With his cooler than cool looks, you’d never pick out Matt Healy’s parents from a line-up. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1085844-celebs-with-famous-parents-who-have-soared-to-stardom-in-their-own-right/
  4. Celebs with famous parents who have soared to stardom in their own right By Emily Retter Matt Healy, who scooped two Brits with his band The 1975 at Wednesday night’s Brit awards (Image: Getty) With his cooler than cool looks, you’d never pick out Matt Healy’s parents from a line-up. Surprisingly to many, they are actors Denise Welch and Tim Healy, inset, who must be proud their lad scooped two Brits with his band The 1975 at Wednesday night’s awards. But Matt’s certainly not the first example of fame breeding fame. Call it genes, contacts, nepotism, or a dash of all three, there’s many a celeb mum and acclaimed dad who have offspring set to become famous in their own right. Full Story: https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/celebs-famous-parents-who-soared-14034610
  5. Steve Irwin said, “My mission ... is to save wildlife.” He did. By Brian Resnick Steve Irwin appears with an alligator on The Tonight Show in 2002. Ken Hively/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images Steve Irwin’s life was cut short when he was impaled through the chest by a stingray in 2006 near the Great Barrier Reef. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1085843-steve-irwin-said-“my-mission-is-to-save-wildlife”-he-did/
  6. Steve Irwin said, “My mission ... is to save wildlife.” He did. By Brian Resnick Steve Irwin appears with an alligator on The Tonight Show in 2002. Ken Hively/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images Steve Irwin’s life was cut short when he was impaled through the chest by a stingray in 2006 near the Great Barrier Reef. But his legacy remains immense. He was a popular television personality, a zookeeper, science educator, and a conservationist. He would have been 57 years old today, and a Google Doodle not only honors him, but also the work he dedicated his life to. Full Story: https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2019/2/22/18234978/steve-irwin-57-birthday-google-doodle-crocodile-hunter
  7. Angry elephant in quarantine, tourists treated By Waranya Prompinpiras Francesco Di Megu is carried to an ambulance after the attack. Photo: Wat Kao Charoen Tham PHANG NGA:-- The elephant that attacked two Italian tourists during a trek in Phang Nga on Tuesday (Feb 19) has been chained up and left in isolation for a period of one to two months “for assessment”, according to the Phang Nga Department of Livestock Development. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1085841-angry-elephant-in-quarantine-tourists-treated/
  8. Angry elephant in quarantine, tourists treated By Waranya Prompinpiras Francesco Di Megu is carried to an ambulance after the attack. Photo: Wat Kao Charoen Tham PHANG NGA:-- The elephant that attacked two Italian tourists during a trek in Phang Nga on Tuesday (Feb 19) has been chained up and left in isolation for a period of one to two months “for assessment”, according to the Phang Nga Department of Livestock Development. Manuel Trofa, 29, and Francesco Di Megu, 31, were riding the elephant (named Thanwa) along with a mahout through a palm oil plantation with elephant trekking company, Bangkaew Adventure Tour, when the elephant suddenly shook them off in fit of rage and gored Di Megu in the stomach causing his small intestine to spill out. Sarote Jittakarn of the Phang Nga Department of Livestock Development told The Phuket News that Thanwa, who is approximately 8-9 years old, is still a very young adolescent who was previously used as a circus elephant and had attacked a mahout once before, although the mahout was unhurt. Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/angry-elephant-quarantined-tourists-treated-70480.php#o5q4gffI1eFMUQMA.97 -- © Copyright Phuket News 2019-02-22
  9. Man arrested after alleged tutoring fee scam Pol Lt General Surachet Hakpal A 46-year-old man who allegedly cheated parents out of tutoring fees two years ago, has been arrested. Theera or Ariyanatta Ratchuwong was arrested recently in Nonthaburi’s Bangyai district under arrest warrant issued in 2017 for paying with bounced cheques. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1085827-man-arrested-after-alleged-tutoring-fee-scam/
  10. Man arrested after alleged tutoring fee scam Pol Lt General Surachet Hakpal A 46-year-old man who allegedly cheated parents out of tutoring fees two years ago, has been arrested. Theera or Ariyanatta Ratchuwong was arrested recently in Nonthaburi’s Bangyai district under arrest warrant issued in 2017 for paying with bounced cheques. Immigration police chief Pol Lt General Surachet Hakpal said the suspect claimed to be a tutor for young students and allegedly cheated parents out of a total of more than Bt500,000. Surachet said Theera advertised in social network platforms and websites that he taught mathematics, English, and science subjects. He had opened a tutoring school and convinced students to enrol. However after parents agreed to hire and paid him fees, he disappeared. Surachet urged other people who might have been victims to notify police. Surachet said the suspect claimed that he wanted to work as a tutor but he had no money to pay back the debts, so he decided to run away. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30364577 -- © Copyright The Nation 2019-02-22
  11. Students suffer smoke inhalation after fire at recycling plant By Achara Wisetsri The Nation Rayong Twenty students were taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation on Friday after a fire broke out near their school at a recycling plant in Rayong's Nakhom Pattana district. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1085826-students-suffer-smoke-inhalation-after-fire-at-recycling-plant/
  12. Students suffer smoke inhalation after fire at recycling plant By Achara Wisetsri The Nation Rayong Twenty students were taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation on Friday after a fire broke out near their school at a recycling plant in Rayong's Nakhom Pattana district. The students, who had difficulty breathing, felt light-headed, were nauseous and vomiting, were rushed to Nakhom Pattana Hospital. Late on Friday, 16 of the students were being treated at the hospital and four had been sent home, hospital director Dr Komon Phuthawornsap, said. The fire started at 10am in a 500-tonne pile of rubber and other material at the outdoor yard of the factory which sorted materials for recycling in Soi Nong Wa of tambon Map Kha. Twenty fire engines tackled the flames which sent thick black smoke over Nikhomm Wittaya School, nearly five kilometres away. The school director temporarily closed the school and sent pupils home after some 20 students became ill. Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30364578 -- © Copyright The Nation 2019-02-22
  13. Bt10,000 cash returned to man who 'threw it away' By The Nation The 41-year-old Thai man, who accidentally threw his child's Bt10,000 tuition fee in the trash at a Pathum Thani shopping mall on February 17, was overjoyed when he got the money back on Friday. Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1085825-bt10000-cash-returned-to-man-who-threw-it-away/
  14. Bt10,000 cash returned to man who 'threw it away' By The Nation The 41-year-old Thai man, who accidentally threw his child's Bt10,000 tuition fee in the trash at a Pathum Thani shopping mall on February 17, was overjoyed when he got the money back on Friday. Pisan Saengchan collected the money at Muang Pathum Thani Police Station and said he wanted to thank the 38-year-old unnamed company worker who returned the cash to police. Pisan thanked everyone involved in returning his money. Deputy superintendent Pol Lt Colonel Somyot Khamchan, said CCTV footage showed the 38-year-old man, who is a Lat Lum Kaew district resident, lifting the cash from the trash can, put it in his pocket and walk away. Police initially issued an arrest warrant and apprehended the man on Thursday and then contacted Pisan to collect the money. -- © Copyright The Nation 2019-02-22
  15. Chiang Mai and Lampang suffer 'code red' air pollution By The Nation Mae Hong Son Airport Chiang Mai and Lampang on Friday were choking on “code red” air pollution with PM2.5 levels above 90 micrograms (mcg) per cubic metre of air, according to the Pollution Control Department (PCD). Full Story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1085824-chiang-mai-and-lampang-suffer-code-red-air-pollution/
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