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He passed away on his honeymoon at the age of 34

a Tourist British is Die during the honeymoon After ignoring the red warning flags to go for a swim in the raging sea on a Thai beach. Ali Muhammed MianThe 34-year-old was only on vacation for three days after arriving on the southern island of Phuket Thailand on July 12.






He was staying at the five-star Katathani Phuket Beach Resort and went kayaking in choppy waters in the afternoon. Ali, from London, and a second swimmer, Surasit Phonglaohavan from Thailand, 55, were dragged offshore at Kata Noi Beach. Rescuers put the two men back in the sand and conducted the first surveys while waiting for paramedics to take them by ambulance to the hospital in Chalong. Tragically, the death of Ali and Soracet, who is not believed to have been on vacation together, was announced soon after they arrived at the hospital.



Lieutenant Colonel Kitibong Noving, of Karon District Police Station, said officers had informed the British Embassy that they were now in contact with Ali’s family after the drowning in the Andaman Sea. “Our station received a notification at 5pm from rescue volunteers that rescuers had rescued drowned tourists from the sea,” a police spokesman said. Both were unconscious. One of them had pulse marks. Both were taken to Chalong Hospital but later died. “We learned that there was a red warning sign on the beach that the tourists ignored to go swimming in the sea. They disobeyed the red flag and were swept away by the waves.”

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The tragedy comes just days after two tourists drowned after ignoring red warning flags to swim in the sea on Koh Chang island in Trat province. Ana Carreras, 21, from Spain, and Rahul Ramcoron, 22, from France, were going to spend the night partying with other guys on vacation before heading to the beach and swimming just before dawn. Both of them reportedly drowned in the treacherous conditions.



Thailand is currently in the middle of the annual rainy season, with regular tropical monsoon rains and strong winds.



Last update: Friday, July 15, 2022, 22:29

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