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all those onlookers and no videos surfaced yet?
Posted by Mikey on January 7, 2011 23:05
My sympathies to the woman involved - the attack sounds disgraceful. Let's hope that Thai people stand up against this thuggery. What chance is there of the police impounding the jet-skis at Surin? Yes, you got it, nothing. Please people, stop using jet-skis. That's the only thing that will get rid of them.
Posted by littlechang on January 8, 2011 01:34
same s***, different beach.
Posted by mark on January 8, 2011 02:49
regular police beach patrols during high season would help to keep order.
Posted by paul on January 8, 2011 08:53
@paul... maybe. but there is no money to be made. can't see it happening
Posted by john s on January 8, 2011 13:05
Poor woman, would be interesting with a follow up on this story to see if the thugs are caught and punished.
Posted by Hotel owner in Patong on January 8, 2011 14:56
The recent wave of crime that has surfaced on Surin Beach is proving the need for law enforcement to patrol this beach on an hourly basis. So far in the past month I have not seen one policeman on or near the beach and I walk there every day.
Posted by Passionate about Phuket on January 11, 2011 01:03
What on earth has got into the heads of the Phuket tourism officials.
Posted by David L on January 25, 2011 05:54
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