Bangkok After Hours - eBook

Bangkok After Hours - eBook
One Man's Wild Erotic Adventures in the Red Light Districts of Bangkok, Pattaya & Asia After Hours.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Foreigner Deaths from Drowning in Red-Flag Beach Zones Now Exceed Foreigner Deaths from Drunken Falls off Balconies…

The Phuket Gazette reports that a 23 year old female French tourist ignored red warning flags not to swim on the Nai Thon beach and instead jumped into the ocean. Her friends on the beach watched in horror as the tourist was quickly swept out about 30 yards into the ocean by a powerful rip current. It took lifeguards 20 minutes to locate her and by then it was too late as the tourist had drowned.
Police said; “It’s monsoon season and we want to warn all tourists and residents not to swim in the red-flag zones. If you want to swim, please make sure you do so in the designated safe zones where the lifeguards are on patrol,” he added.

A number of tourists have died after ignoring the red flags in the past few months, including a Russian tourist just a week ago.


Commentary: It’s simple. Red-Flags on the beach mean if you swim you die by drowning! What’s so hard to understand?


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