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Thai woman says "I'll be more careful next time" after driving into the sea

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17 minutes ago, webfact said:

Thai woman says "I'll be more careful next time" after driving into the sea

and carried on by saying: I'm going to buy it some water wings.

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I hear that trees, road signs and concrete poles has this nasty habits in getting in away of some drivers but the sea? this is a new one even for me...

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happens a lot in the UK, the west country , Brean-- Weston Super Mare, they drive onto the beach, the sea is miles out next think ya know its lapping round your feet, its out of town holiday makers who get caught out

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A word of advice dear, next time just blame your GPS. 

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5 minutes ago, VocalNeal said:

But just wait a year and see what the rest of the car looks like. The exhaust will be the first to go? Followed there after by....

 

Seawater and cars do not mix regardless how long for. 

The exhaust will dry got in a minute with the engine running but I bet there are parts that will start rusting soon.

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

a witness on the beach told how the driver had appeared "tired" and had driven up and down several times before driving headlong into the sea.

Tired! She was probably drunk, or having driving lessons from her friend. Did the police check her alcohol level?

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