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Thai schoolgirl, 14, jumps from Udon bridge because her boyfriend was late

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Thai schoolgirl, 14, jumps from Udon bridge because her boyfriend was late

 

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Thai Rath reported that a 14 year old Udon Thani schoolgirl was so mad that her 16 year old boyfriend had arrived late to pick her up that she jumped from a pedestrian bridge on Mitraphap Road. 

 

The incident happened in the Ban Chaiyaporn area.

 

Police and rescue services found "B" with head and other injuries including three broken teeth. Blood was coming from her mouth but she was crying and conscious though in a serious condition. 

 

She was dressed in a P.E. kit with tracksuit bottoms and canvas shoes. 

 

She was taken to Bangkok Udon Hospital.

 

Her boyfriend "A", who is 16,  said that he had known B for a few months. Earlier she had called him to say that her friend's motorcycle had run out of gas and could he pick her up. 

 

He said that the traffic was bad and he was late in arriving. An argument developed and B went up on the footbridge and jumped off. 

 

He said it was very lucky that she was not run over. 

 

He was in a terribly agitated state but was helped by locals who contacted the emergency services. 

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

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13 minutes ago, poohy said:

Quiet word to boyfriend 

 

Shes barking mad! run away quick!

when the blood starts to run out of one end the brains start to run out of the other.

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Proof positive that at the age of 14 Thais do not have the mental capacity for relationships...

this figure of course can and often does increase to decades !

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4 hours ago, hotchilli said:

Proof positive that at the age of 14 Thais do not have the mental capacity for relationships...

this figure of course can and often does increase to decades !

 

4 hours ago, hotchilli said:

Proof positive that at the age of 14 Thais do not have the mental capacity for relationships...

this figure of course can and often does increase to decades !

But of course have the skills and mental capacity to ride a bike

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23 minutes ago, Baggy said:

 

But of course have the skills and mental capacity to ride a bike

 

Whilst holding an umbrella and texting in their phones.. 

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5 hours ago, hotchilli said:

Proof positive that at the age of 14 Thais do not have the mental capacity for relationships...

this figure of course can and often does increase to decades !

Only 14? Double or treble it.

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Well it could have been worse. A might have felt compelled to jump after B jumped, just to prove that A jumps better than B.

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2 hours ago, Khaeng Mak said:

As usual the Thai media has failed to report this incident correctly.

 

It was not the school boy's real girlfriend on the bridge.

 

It was an obscenely ugly girl who had a huge crush on the boy and had been stalking him for some time.

 

The ugly girl is a complete nut job and had cloned herself as best she could so that she looked as much as possible like the young boys actual girlfriend.

 

She also stole the real girlfriend's phone at school and then used it to text the boy to get him to meet her on the bridge.

 

When the boy showed up a huge argument broke out between him and the stalker, and that resulted in her jumping from the bridge.

 

This evening the police have arrested the boy.

 

He has been charged with making an obscene clone fall.

 

 

I'm guessing she won't be any prettier with the teeth gone, but I could be wrong.

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