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Mystery surrounds death of man and woman washed up on beach in south Thailand

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Mystery surrounds death of man and woman washed up on beach in south Thailand

Thaivisa Reporters

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NAKORN SRI THAMMARAT:-- Mystery surrounds the death of a man and a woman washed up on the beach at Kanom in Nakorn Sri Thammarat, reports Thaivisa News.

Police and medical personnel found the girl, aged about 25, first on Kanom beach, across from holiday isle Koh Samui in the south of Thailand.

The unidentified woman was wearing a short black skirt and a short sleeved striped shirt.

She had a "barcode" tattoo on the back of her neck and had been dead at least five days.

Shortly afterwards officials got call that another body had been found washed up further down the same beach.

This was a man who also looked to have been dead for five days or more.

Neither body had signs of any injury. Investigations are underway to discover the identity of the victims and why they died.

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She had a "barcode" tattoo on the back of her neck ..well that should helpblink.png

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Maybe the police will say "suicide",no injury on the bodies, case closed,

R.I.P. whoever you are

regards Worgeordie

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Here's an idea.....why don't we all take a picture posing with the body. That should assist in the investigation.

Disgusting morons. bah.gif

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Here's an idea.....why don't we all take a picture posing with the body. That should assist in the investigation.

Disgusting morons. bah.gif

The Thais aren't offended by it, dead bodies are all part of life and death; it's quite common for families to have pics of a dead relative lying in a coffin before cremation. I think your rude comment about the rescue workers is a sign of someone not being able to assimilate into the culture; enjoy your holiday, hope you're happier with your next destination.

Regards, LJ.

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I would never let my daughter my young daughter travel alone in Thailand and she has the sense to this for herself now.

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Is it standard procedure to group pose on photos with victims in Thailand or are these asses just making a group snuff picture?

I can't believe what I am seeing, humans are falling lower and lower in the scale of animal evolution...

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They pose like fishermen who caught a very huge fish. Insane.

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She had a "barcode" tattoo on the back of her neck ..well that should helpblink.png

Yeah, that, the five temple lines, and a butterfly ought to be uniquely identifying for around a million girls in Thailand.

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Here's an idea.....why don't we all take a picture posing with the body. That should assist in the investigation.

Disgusting morons. bah.gif

The Thais aren't offended by it, dead bodies are all part of life and death; it's quite common for families to have pics of a dead relative lying in a coffin before cremation. I think your rude comment about the rescue workers is a sign of someone not being able to assimilate into the culture; enjoy your holiday, hope you're happier with your next destination.

Regards, LJ.

Maybe they should respect the deceased culture too? Just saying...

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Here's an idea.....why don't we all take a picture posing with the body. That should assist in the investigation.

Disgusting morons. bah.gif

The Thais aren't offended by it, dead bodies are all part of life and death; it's quite common for families to have pics of a dead relative lying in a coffin before cremation. I think your rude comment about the rescue workers is a sign of someone not being able to assimilate into the culture; enjoy your holiday, hope you're happier with your next destination.

Regards, LJ.

C'mon bro be serious. It's unnecessary and has nothing to do with culture. The fact that it is the photo that made it to the news is embarrassing for them as well.

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Here's an idea.....why don't we all take a picture posing with the body. That should assist in the investigation.

Disgusting morons. bah.gif

The Thais aren't offended by it, dead bodies are all part of life and death; it's quite common for families to have pics of a dead relative lying in a coffin before cremation. I think your rude comment about the rescue workers is a sign of someone not being able to assimilate into the culture; enjoy your holiday, hope you're happier with your next destination.

Regards, LJ.

I have been to Thai funerals and Yes, they take photos of the dead person as a reminder to them. To remind them of all the good times, to remind them about how special that person was to them in their lives, to remind them that he/she is going on to better and more peaceful things.

Now............ tell me the purpose of ambulance people posing with a corpse wrapped up in a blanket?

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