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Bipolar Russian rampages through Phuket Spa

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A Tourist Police officer attends the scene of the incident. Photo: Eakkapop Thongtub

 

PHUKET: -- A Russian man who tourist police were told by the man’s neighbour is bipolar was hospitalised as a precaution by tourist police yesterday after smashing up a room at a spa in Wichit.

 

Wichit Police were notified yesterday afternoon (May 17) that a foreign man was destroying property inside a room at the Nature Spa in Wichit.

 

Tourist Police and Kusoldharm rescue workers arrived at the scene to find a Russian man, name and age unknown, still destroying property in the spa.

 

Due to the man’s size and how he was acting it took officers and rescue workers some time to calm and stop the man. Once they had managed to do so it was decided to restrain him with chains, he was then placed in an ambulance and taken to Vachira Phuket Hospital.

 

Full story: http://www.thephuketnews.com/bipolar-russian-rampages-through-phuket-spa-62196.php

 
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Perhaps he went berserk because he couldn't find any nature in the spa; or perhaps because he ate all the nature in the spa ?

 

~o:37;

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Bipolar or not, it would be interesting to see data of people needing a holiday and then go through the roof.

And the majority don't have pre exciting conditions  hence  it could be any one.

Sad situation which needs a blood test in this case

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57 minutes ago, hgma said:

Bipolar or not, it would be interesting to see data of people needing a holiday and then go through the roof.

And the majority don't have pre exciting conditions  hence  it could be any one.

Sad situation which needs a blood test in this case

I'm sure many of us have pre-exciting conditions and just hope something exciting will happen!    :smile:

 

Durned spell-checkers!!

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3 hours ago, OmarZaid said:

American Cops wudda shot him ... lucky fella . . .

....has to be a un-white dude....

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Another example of why Westerners are held in contempt in Thailand.  Keep it up and eventually thai officialdom will react.  Day after day- people acting  out-  Is massive tourism really worth  this aggravation??

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Due to the man’s size and how he was acting

 

It was rumoured that he was at least 7ft 6 inches tall and ate half the stuff he destroyed!

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3 hours ago, hgma said:

Bipolar or not, it would be interesting to see data of people needing a holiday and then go through the roof.

And the majority don't have pre exciting conditions  hence  it could be any one.

Sad situation which needs a blood test in this case

Yes very exciting

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3 hours ago, smew said:

Vodka and too much of it: typical Russians 

So I assume you have lived and worked extensively in russia to make this assertion?

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5 hours ago, orang37 said:

Perhaps he went berserk because he couldn't find any nature in the spa; or perhaps because he ate all the nature in the spa ?

 

~o:37;

What????

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Another tourist having a bad day, but this time it is another Russian giant.

Good thing the police found some chains. Guess they will find out what this guy

really flipped out about.  Calling it bipolar may be a bit soon. Could be he got drunk and

then became disorderly.

Geezer

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9 hours ago, Kabula said:

It appears the  bipolar disorder is becoming a worldwide epidemic.

 

Several years ago my best friend suddenly became bipolar, lost his job, he lost his family,  suffered from depression and anger issues.

 

 His anger was explosive.  I believed the cause of the anger was from fear.

 

For many years he was at the top of his game; was president of his father's Corporation, had two children and a wonderful wife and it seem like within a month he lost everything. 

 

 He sought out the best medical treatment available and nothing worked.

 

He told me he wouldn't make it another year and eventually committed suicide.

 

The last few years I've met many people that admitted to being bipolar. 

 

 For 40 years I never heard the word bipolar mentioned. 

 

They used to call it manic depressive. 

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