Phuket woman loses husband, then killed in hit-and-run

Jun 7, 2012 Full story: Phuket Gazette 16

A Kusoldharm Foundation rescue team gathers Mrs Wanida's body from the scene of the hit-and-run. Photo: Thawit Bilabdullar PHUKET: A Phuket woman was killed instantly while trying to cross Thepkrasattri Road in Srisoonthorn last night when she was struck by an unidentified car traveling at high speed.

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Drgunzet

Boise, ID

#1 Jun 7, 2012
This is terrible. Who would want to come to Phuket?!!
Crocman

Des Plaines, IL

#2 Jun 7, 2012
Drgunzet wrote:
This is terrible. Who would want to come to Phuket?!!
Only sex tourists! Phuket is a very dangerous resort full of pimps, thieves, murderers and scamming prostitutes loaded with S.T.D.s!

Since: May 12

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#3 Jun 7, 2012
Lots of Siam ladyboys in Phuket.
Khamdee

Canada

#4 Jun 9, 2012
Drgunzet wrote:
This is terrible. Who would want to come to Phuket?!!
I have the good news for you about Phuket!!
Last year it was over 8 millions tourist had visited Phuket so Phuket airport has plan to be expand in 2 years.

What about check out your rotten country Cambodia.Here is the fact!!!!

Getting scammed and ripped off on a daily basis is something I wonít even list as a crime against foreigners in Cambodia as petty crime is so frequent, every tourist visiting the country will be subjected to it on every step of their stay. Instead, letís focus on more serious crimes that happen more often than anyone cares to admit Ė violent crimes in which foreigners are brutally murdered:

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#5 Jun 10, 2012
Khamdee wrote:
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I have the good news for you about Phuket!!
Last year it was over 8 millions tourist had visited Phuket so Phuket airport has plan to be expand in 2 years.
What about check out your rotten country Cambodia.Here is the fact!!!!
Getting scammed and ripped off on a daily basis is something I wonít even list as a crime against foreigners in Cambodia as petty crime is so frequent, every tourist visiting the country will be subjected to it on every step of their stay. Instead, letís focus on more serious crimes that happen more often than anyone cares to admit Ė violent crimes in which foreigners are brutally murdered:
You are a confuse ladyboy. DragonBoyz isnt a Khmer, LOLZ, he doesnt represent anyone but the Dirty Youns.
Khamdee

Canada

#6 Jun 10, 2012
Champa wrote:
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You are a confuse ladyboy. DragonBoyz isnt a Khmer, LOLZ, he doesnt represent anyone but the Dirty Youns.
I got that now thank you!!!!So now I know I'm not frighting with stinky refugee but now I have to add up born again communist!Great

Since: May 12

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#7 Jun 10, 2012
Khamdee wrote:
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I got that now thank you!!!!So now I know I'm not frighting with stinky refugee but now I have to add up born again communist!Great
You are most welcome, Siam Ladyboys. I never meant to frighten you. We khmer are honest, its in our blood.

Unfortunately, we are small and weak, we cant defend all Siam ladyboys from dirty Youns aggression and their cunnings lies. But we are here to tell you the truth, that you can count on.:D
Khamdee

Canada

#8 Jun 11, 2012
Champa wrote:
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You are most welcome, Siam Ladyboys. I never meant to frighten you. We khmer are honest, its in our blood.
Unfortunately, we are small and weak, we cant defend all Siam ladyboys from dirty Youns aggression and their cunnings lies. But we are here to tell you the truth, that you can count on.:D
Can you explain this stinky refugee!!!I was rob too 3 years ago in Phanom Phen!!!!

Cambodia is a country with corrupt government so naturally crime prevention is not a priority. Crime prevention is typically not even on an agenda. The result is a lawless country with incapable and underpaid police force. Add to it the fact that Cambodian culture is a culture of violence and you get the picture of a country with super high levels of crime, including violent crime against tourists.

Since: Apr 12

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#9 Jun 11, 2012
Khamdee wrote:
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Can you explain this stinky refugee!!!I was rob too 3 years ago in Phanom Phen!!!!
Cambodia is a country with corrupt government so naturally crime prevention is not a priority. Crime prevention is typically not even on an agenda. The result is a lawless country with incapable and underpaid police force. Add to it the fact that Cambodian culture is a culture of violence and you get the picture of a country with super high levels of crime, including violent crime against tourists.
Tell us what happened during Three years ago in the Cambodian capital that you were rob?

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#10 Jun 11, 2012
Khamdee wrote:
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Can you explain this stinky refugee!!!I was rob too 3 years ago in Phanom Phen!!!!
Cambodia is a country with corrupt government so naturally crime prevention is not a priority. Crime prevention is typically not even on an agenda. The result is a lawless country with incapable and underpaid police force. Add to it the fact that Cambodian culture is a culture of violence and you get the picture of a country with super high levels of crime, including violent crime against tourists.
Thats unfortunate. Can you tell us more. I agree, corruption and crimes in Khmer is chaotic. There are many reasons for this, but one main reason is that the Khmer Rouge Hun Sen is still using the mafia style to rule the country in the last 32 years. Also the dirty Youns are using him to send in millions of dirty Youns to live in our country. As you know they were many beggers in PP, many of them have no houses or no land as a result of the Khmer ROuge Hun Sen given them to the dirty Youns.

I wouldnt be surprise if the people that robbed you were the dirty Youns. They are in control of our country, it is not a safe country. I suggest you ladyboys help us Khmer fight the dirty Youns and stop trying to steal Prea Vihear from us.
Khamdee

Canada

#11 Jun 11, 2012
Sengto wrote:
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Tell us what happened during Three years ago in the Cambodian capital that you were rob?
Me and my friend were approached by one person by the river in front of the river near Cambodia royal palace where many many kids sniffing rubble glue.One guy told us he was 3rd years student at Hun sen collage or something like that(I can't remember all of it)He was very friendly and nice.
He offer us to be a tour guild , arrange transport and translate for us so it is very good deal.
He told us to bring us to S-21 prison where Khmer rouge turn this high school in to the prison and the killing field.
So he arrange the transport for us ( We thought it was a good deal that Cambodian negotiate with Cambodian )
We had dinner and drink with him at the Hotel right by the conner of the big and modern mall where the rich Cambodians spend 4 dallars for banana split at Swensen.
We thought he would pick us up in the morning but he told us his home is very far ok !! he could stay over night that we could start the tour early and nothing to worry we put the value stuff in the safety box but we had some cash in the pocket for the day spend.(I'm not that stupid to carry a lot of cash around Cambodia or anywhere I visit)We drank a lot of beer at the hotel restaurant.We woke up in the afternoon and he had gone with the money Thank God we didn't carry a lot of money .

Great trip in Phanom Phen!!!!!stinky refugee
sansfoutre

Canada

#12 Jun 16, 2012
well! it happen everywhere

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#13 Jun 17, 2012
Khamdee wrote:
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Me and my friend were approached by one person by the river in front of the river near Cambodia royal palace where many many kids sniffing rubble glue.One guy told us he was 3rd years student at Hun sen collage or something like that(I can't remember all of it)He was very friendly and nice.
He offer us to be a tour guild , arrange transport and translate for us so it is very good deal.
He told us to bring us to S-21 prison where Khmer rouge turn this high school in to the prison and the killing field.
So he arrange the transport for us ( We thought it was a good deal that Cambodian negotiate with Cambodian )
We had dinner and drink with him at the Hotel right by the conner of the big and modern mall where the rich Cambodians spend 4 dallars for banana split at Swensen.
We thought he would pick us up in the morning but he told us his home is very far ok !! he could stay over night that we could start the tour early and nothing to worry we put the value stuff in the safety box but we had some cash in the pocket for the day spend.(I'm not that stupid to carry a lot of cash around Cambodia or anywhere I visit)We drank a lot of beer at the hotel restaurant.We woke up in the afternoon and he had gone with the money Thank God we didn't carry a lot of money .
Great trip in Phanom Phen!!!!!stinky refugee
OMG! They actually do that. Thanks for the advice. I'm not sure if I will ever visit Cambodia. But I will visit my relative in Laos. lol
Crocman

Des Plaines, IL

#14 Jun 17, 2012
Khamdee wrote:
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Me and my friend were approached by one person by the river in front of the river near Cambodia royal palace where many many kids sniffing rubble glue.One guy told us he was 3rd years student at Hun sen collage or something like that(I can't remember all of it)He was very friendly and nice.
He offer us to be a tour guild , arrange transport and translate for us so it is very good deal.
He told us to bring us to S-21 prison where Khmer rouge turn this high school in to the prison and the killing field.
So he arrange the transport for us ( We thought it was a good deal that Cambodian negotiate with Cambodian )
We had dinner and drink with him at the Hotel right by the conner of the big and modern mall where the rich Cambodians spend 4 dallars for banana split at Swensen.
We thought he would pick us up in the morning but he told us his home is very far ok !! he could stay over night that we could start the tour early and nothing to worry we put the value stuff in the safety box but we had some cash in the pocket for the day spend.(I'm not that stupid to carry a lot of cash around Cambodia or anywhere I visit)We drank a lot of beer at the hotel restaurant.We woke up in the afternoon and he had gone with the money Thank God we didn't carry a lot of money .
Great trip in Phanom Phen!!!!!stinky refugee
Complete BS!

All this pig do is spread lies in these posts and nothing of value.

The fact of the matter is Thai never go to Cambodia for holiday, only to rob, cheat and steal.

More likely the above story it was the Thai pig who stole the money. Generous Thai tell that to the two girls you people robbed and murdered in Phuket. Many others too!

You not fool anyone so go get a life you stinking Thai refugee.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#15 Jun 17, 2012
Khamdee wrote:
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Me and my friend were approached by one person by the river in front of the river near Cambodia royal palace where many many kids sniffing rubble glue.One guy told us he was 3rd years student at Hun sen collage or something like that(I can't remember all of it)He was very friendly and nice.
He offer us to be a tour guild , arrange transport and translate for us so it is very good deal.
He told us to bring us to S-21 prison where Khmer rouge turn this high school in to the prison and the killing field.
So he arrange the transport for us ( We thought it was a good deal that Cambodian negotiate with Cambodian )
We had dinner and drink with him at the Hotel right by the conner of the big and modern mall where the rich Cambodians spend 4 dallars for banana split at Swensen.
We thought he would pick us up in the morning but he told us his home is very far ok !! he could stay over night that we could start the tour early and nothing to worry we put the value stuff in the safety box but we had some cash in the pocket for the day spend.(I'm not that stupid to carry a lot of cash around Cambodia or anywhere I visit)We drank a lot of beer at the hotel restaurant.We woke up in the afternoon and he had gone with the money Thank God we didn't carry a lot of money .
Great trip in Phanom Phen!!!!!stinky refugee
1. Why did you invite the guy (a stranger) to sleep in your hotel?

2. If you know Cambodia is a dangerous place, why did you and your friends meet the tourguide where the glue sniffers were?

3. Sounds like you, your friend and the stranger had a great time enjoying the banana spliters. You dont need to go in detail about your personal life.
kaing

Castlecrag, Australia

#16 Jun 17, 2012
tam may khun mai ao tour guide dee dee na...

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