08 August 2014

Britons Murdered in Kuching


Neil Dalton and Aidan Brunger, both 22, were on a six-week work placement along with five other medical students to put the skills they had learnt during their time here at the university into practice.

The two were found murdered at 4.15am on Wednesday with stab wounds on their chest and back following an early morning quarrel with several men in Abell Road.

SAC Chai said initial investigations indicated the incident started when the two Britons, who had been drinking, began arguing loudly between themselves in a bar. The four suspects, who had also been drinking, confronted the medical students and told them to be quiet, he added. "One of the British students slapped one of the men, turned over a table and walked out," he said.

When the students left the pub on foot, the suspects pursued them in a car. One of them got out of the vehicle and attacked the duo.

When you are in a foreign land, always respect the laws and the people there, the worse thing that can happen is to die in a foreign land, just imagine what went through the heads of these two students, I bet they must have regretted their actions but it's too late. It's probably not the first time they slapped someone and turned over a table, not everyone is a pushover.

When I visit Bangkok, I always encounter people touting their services like tuk tuk or taxi at exorbitant rates, I don't tell them off or stare at them or what, I just smile and say no thank you and continue my way, that's it. Or when I drink, I drink within my limits, you don't go get yourself drunk and behave like an idiot in a foreign land. Caucasians are usually the bad eggs, the way they talk to locals disgusts me, and the way they drink and party is also disgusting, they get drunk, take off their shirts and roam the streets, and talk loudly, stupid, no wonder a lot of Thais don't like Caucasians, and then Caucasians say Thais who like them are only after their money haha, so stupid.

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