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As tourist drowns someone steals rescuer's wallet left on Hua Hin beach

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24 minutes ago, legend49 said:

said there were good and bad people about. 

 

How do you assess that?

One of them stole a wallet. Presumably all the others were good people. 

Is that assessment OK?

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4 hours ago, RotBenz8888 said:

Didn't trust the hotels safety box? But in any case, one has to bring the passport, even to the beach, though risk of getting stolen or ruined.

Don't think one has to carry passport anymore everywhere they go.

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If it isn't nailed down, and there's a strong chance they'll get away with, you betcha they'll be taking it. And feeling really clever for doing so. 

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Someone does a good thing to try and save a life, and starting with the first post, out come the negative sarcastic comments. Sad indeed. Wonder what the comments would be if he had saved the person's life. Thank you good samaritan for trying to save a human life. You gave in order to do the right thing. Hope they can find the wallet.

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4 hours ago, happy chappie said:

The report says it was about 1pm so they were probably on their lunch break.

Obviously accidents including drowning don't stop for "lunch break"maybe the life guards should adopt a "flexi" lunch system!

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4 hours ago, fruitman said:

Were there no lifeguards on that beach?

I've never seen any lifeguards on Hua Hin beach, in all the times I've been there. If there are any, they're doing a very good job of hiding.

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The wallet and its contents can be replaced - a life cannot ...

 

RIP to the deaceased.

 

Tumbs up for the good Samaritan!

 

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, neeray said:

Having spent a week at beautiful Hua Hin, I can't say as I recall any life guards.

 

 

Guard your own life

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5 hours ago, HAKAPALITA said:

Life Guards, oh for the Nanny State.

Yup.

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The first people I'd check are the Thai folks that were working nearby. I know that sounds terrible, but I'd still check them first.

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2 hours ago, AhFarangJa said:

You do not have to carry your passport, this has been covered on this forum dozens of times. 

R.I.P. to the deceased, and I hope the good Samaritan recovers his belongings, though doubtful.

We’ll I exchanged money yesterday and needed a passport,rented motorbike 5 days ago needed passport and sent money to my mum and needed passport.i have a passport card I thought would work at all three places and all wanted original passport 

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6 minutes ago, sean420 said:

We’ll I exchanged money yesterday and needed a passport,rented motorbike 5 days ago needed passport and sent money to my mum and needed passport.i have a passport card I thought would work at all three places and all wanted original passport 

did you go to the beach though?

well done for sending mum money btw

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