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Burmese Man Dies Attempting to Trespass onto a Farm

by CityNews

 

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CityNews – A Burmese man died after being electrocuted when was trying to sneak onto a farm for fishing.

 

Nai Da, a Burmese man in his late 20s was reported dead on September 11th near an electric fence surrounding a farm in Ban Mae Pai, Amphor Fang with a fishing pole and bait in hand. The owner explained to the police that the fence was installed three days ago because the fish in his pond have been repeatedly stolen; however, he has not put up a warning sign.

 

Full Story: http://www.chiangmaicitylife.com/news/burmese-man-dies-attempting-to-trespass-onto-a-farm/

 
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What using mains power thats as good as manslaughter ! then again the victim was Burmese no worries !

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He didn't put a sign up because he wanted to hurt or kill the person who had been stealing. TIT

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2 minutes ago, worgeordie said:

The pond owner must not have had time to install the landmines yet  !

 

regards worgeordie

Maybe saving those for Cambodians?

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I do not know if electric fences with voltages high enough to kill a man are legal here ... but there should be at least A WARNING SIGN !

What about playing kids ...?

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16 hours ago, Ross Macdonald said:

I defend the owners right to defend his property by any means he chooses...

Not 100%, but almost what Thai law says. Providing there is something on the property work protecting. Illegal if there is nothing of value on the property. 

 

but there should be at least A WARNING SIGN !

What about playing kids ...?

Most Thai children in the countryside know not to go near a fence with little strips of shopping bag tied to it. 

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5 minutes ago, nobodysfriend said:

I do not know if electric fences with voltages high enough to kill a man are legal here ... but there should be at least A WARNING SIGN !

What about playing kids ...?

Oh my god!!

 

Please, won't somebody think of the children?

 

Soon there will be no paying kids. Problem solved!!

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That owner is lucky it is a burmese guy in his twenties and not a kid of the village head. He probably gets a fine and maybe has to pay for the funeral.

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20 hours ago, jvs said:

I was going to say something very clever to make you look bad but

i think you are beyond help.

I think i can guess your nationality and who you voted for.

 

555 ...  if you think I'm a yank then you're very much mistaken...

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On 9/13/2017 at 10:29 AM, jvs said:

I was going to say something very clever to make you look bad but

i think you are beyond help.

I think i can guess your nationality and who you voted for.

 

 

Maybe if you had been robbed a few times you would not go around making allegations and flying your goodie two shoes banner that you are against Trump. You actually ended up saying something quite stupid....

 

My house got robbed four times so I too do not have any sympathies for the thief, be he of any gender, religion, nationality.

 

On behalf of the fish farmer, I hope the thief was fried to a crisp.

 

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