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BANGKOK 23 July 2019 22:52
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Dog dragged behind car in south Thailand - motorcyclist hits corpse and winds up in hospital

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22 hours ago, TooBigToFit said:

It doesn't actually say that the driver knew the dog was there.

Are you suggesting that a prankster tied the dog to the guys car?

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7 minutes ago, nobodysfriend said:

What did the dog do wrong ?

It is nearly always people who cause problems . Your " dream " is a nightmare for others .

Who let the dogs out, who let the dogs out.

 

 

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15 hours ago, FNQ said:

Maybe he/she should have responded to those who tried to stop him. As stated in the article

 

Why?   He may not have known it was there,  As stated in the article.

Edited by Just Weird

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another amazing news!

at times it is like a twilight zone here in Thailand!

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On 7/11/2019 at 11:13 AM, SanookTeufel said:

Why would anyone tie a dog to a car?

I wouldn't even think of doing this, I wouldn't want to accidentally forget the dog and have something horrible like this happen... I bet he did it on purpose

Actually, this story has precedent in even western nations. Typically it is that a family stops for some food or roadside attraction and ties the dog to let him relieve himself. The family returns, piles into the car, and takes off with the aircon on high. It's an easy mistake to make with a group of travelers.

 

Remember Home Alone? Improbable premise but it also echos real life, more than once.

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On ‎7‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 6:19 AM, Bangkok Barry said:

How is this possible by people who would claim they are Buddhists?

The beautiful teachings of Buddhism you will find in books on that subject. But such teachings will not come from observing people living in Thailand.

 

Siddhartha of Herman Hesse comes to mind as a book I really enjoyed reading...

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