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Bangkok man dies in front of family while out snorkeling on Koh Tao

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18 hours ago, thequietman said:

Why was nobody on the boat keeping an eye on their customers?

man out snorkelling with his face in the water, would you notice it ?????? 

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22 hours ago, thequietman said:

Why was nobody on the boat keeping an eye on their customers?

Supposed to be looking out for what, people face down in the water.  <deleted>, everyone is.....

 

Yes, not a bad way to go,  RIP / condolences

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Profane acronym removed.
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20 hours ago, sweatalot said:

seems this death at Koh Tao  is one that is not so mysterious and does not seem to be murder

just wanted to point out that it is worth mentioning if there is a death on Koh Tao that does not seem to be suspicious of a crime

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Accidents happen, no need to connect this to other Koh Tao topics.

 

Next troll will be given warning.

 

 

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A natural death , it happens all over the world, also on Koh Tao .  RIP.

 

 

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19 hours ago, BusyB said:

Whatever the cause of death (referring to Sheryl's post) - just what kind of life jacket leaves you "face down" in the water? Shocking.

Eh..  every life jacket. How you think all these Chinese drown snorkeling around Phuket ? 

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Some callous troll posts and replies have been removed. 

 

An off topic trolling post has been removed, a reply was removed as well. 

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Any warnings during rainy season the deadly jelly fishes come out from the deep and kill instantly ?

One other of many unfair dangers no islander will prevent any one from because money is more important than

the public safety.

Is that Tourism enhancement ?

Now every one knows the islanders own the islands and that can kill.......by lack of what ? conscience, work ethics, laws compliance, training etc....

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31 minutes ago, brd said:

Any warnings during rainy season the deadly jelly fishes come out from the deep and kill instantly ?

One other of many unfair dangers no islander will prevent any one from because money is more important than

the public safety.

Is that Tourism enhancement ?

Now every one knows the islanders own the islands and that can kill.......by lack of what ? conscience, work ethics, laws compliance, training etc....

 

It's not rainy season in the gulf now, it's in November.

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Yes rainy season or now not these deadly jelly fishes are in the Gulf of Thailand and no points to hide their killing risks from the swimmers, snorklers, divers better to inform them in advance and surely protective nets should be spread other than in Lamai only, much more, for safety...

we all know by now how dangerous tropical islands are with multiple dangers included the Samui, etc....every one is on his own and should use preventive common sense....

Yes Haven and Hell are close by.......

Nothing new except for Tourism reasons most are kept stupidly secrets.

5 Hospitals only in a small island Samui are open 24/7/365 for emergencies reasons, motorcycles are the most killing transportation....

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