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Dead girl asked to stop for selfie beside expressway

By The Nation

 

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A man is in police custody after his luxury car hit and killed a 16-year old girl posing for a selfie shot on the side of an expressway in Pathum Thani province early Sunday.

 

The victim’s friends told police that the girl asked to stop for photos on their way home.

 

The accident took place shortly before 3am. 

 

Car driver Bodin Pattaranupha, 28, said he was on his way home and could not see that the girl was out on the side of the expressway. 

 

Police have taken Bodin to the Sam Khok Police Station for further legal action.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30320879

 

 
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why are Thai woman so obsessed with taking selfies all the time?

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2 minutes ago, Orton Rd said:

why are Thai woman so obsessed with taking selfies all the time?

A bit like most of us who post on here.( note I said us )

Not much else to do.

???

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1 minute ago, petedk said:

3 am? Wasn't it too dark for a selfie?

Phones have flashes on them these days!

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13 minutes ago, Orton Rd said:

Phones have flashes on them these days!

Shame she didn't point it in the direction that the poor bugger who hit her was coming from -  he may well of avoided hitting her. 

Talk about stupid, but guess at 16 lacking any real education from home on the dangers. 

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4 minutes ago, Meljames said:

True that. I was thinking about the diver that hit her. The article says the police took him in 'for further legal action'. Sounds like there's a chance he could be held liable for the accident. Doesn't make much sense if he is.

Even if a person is in the wrong (let us say, standing in the middle of a highway at night), the driver has to convince the police that he was diligent in his driving, he could not avoid hitting the person. Does not automatically give him freedom to walk away.

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