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"She threatened to jump then fell": Frenchman tells police after Thai girlfriend plunges 5 floors in Pattaya

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"She threatened to jump then fell": Frenchman tells police after Thai girlfriend plunges 5 floors in Pattaya
 
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PIcture: THe Pattaya News
 
The French boyfriend of a Surin woman who fell from a fifth floor flat in Pratumnak Hill told police the couple had been arguing. She tripped and fell after threatening to jump, he said.
 
Sunisa Chertsakun, 29, survived the fall from room 506. A video showed her crying out still conscious as she was secured and taken to hospital by rescue personnel. 
 
The incident happened at the Art On The Hill condominium off Soi 5. It is an eight story block.
 
The French boyfriend said that he had been arguing with Sunisa who said she would jump. She then tripped and fell.
 
He is helping police with their inquiries at the police station. 
 
 
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WARNING: The following video may be disturbing for some viewers. Discretion is advised
 
 
 

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Very sad to get news like this. There often seems to be a farang involved. Invariably it's the lady who slips, trips jumps or simply falls.

 

A 24 year old girl fell from the 18th floor of a block a while back. And she lived. Her hubby was Swedish.

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You cannot fall over a 100 -120 cm tall railing  - you would have to jump, be lifted, or climb up and over.  

Edit: Unless she was over 190 cm (6'2") tall - then her center of gravity would be high enough

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