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Foreigner killed by drunk Thai on first day back in Thai wife's village

 

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Caption: Alcohol 220 (mg)

 

An Omani man married to a Thai woman didn't last one day back in Thailand visiting his wife in her hometown in the country's north east. 

 

Sixty two year old Ari was on the back of his Thai wife's Honda Wave going out to celebrate his visit to the village in Ban Kut Khao Pun, Muang district of Nakhon Phanom. 

 

A Honda City car driven by 27 year old drunkard Thanet plowed into the back of the couple on their way to a restaurant. 

 

When police arrived with rescue teams they found the Omani man lying dead in a pool of blood.

 

His wife Chamaiporn, 39, is in a critical condition in an Nakhon Phanom hospital. 

 

Police said that Thanet registered as having 220 mg of blood in his system, several times over the limit.

 

They said he was not only drunk but speeding. 

 

He has been detained. 

 

The police confirmed the Omani husband had that very day arrived in the north east to visit his wife's hometown.

 

Source: Sanook

 

 

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So sad and why I won't ride a bike very far here. RiP + 20 years for the drunk but he will be allowed to walk for 1 or 2m.

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RIP to the Omani. Another unnecessary death caused by a Thai male driver.

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2 hours ago, darksidedog said:

As with every unnecessary death, very sad. The drunken idiot is a prime candidate for a murder charge, which I hope the police will actually hit him with. 220mg isn't drunk, rather paralytic. The message needs to go out that if you drive in that condition, the consequences will be a very, very long time in jail. Until this happens the drink driving death rate will remain pretty constant.

I agree 100% but would like to add that it should be investigated where and with who the person was drinking, and if they knowingly failed to prevent him driving they should be held criminally liable as well.

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Snuffed out on the day of your return must be considered near normal here by now🤔RIP

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