- Authorities in the Saek Suk district were alerted to the Bang Saen beach in eastern Thailand on Thursday after tourists reported seeing the corpse of a woman from a distance.
- Upon investigation, the “corpse” turned out to be a rubber sex doll that had did not have a head.
- The doll’s top half was covered with a dark-colored shirt, while its bottom half was bare.
- While the doll has been removed from the beach, Bang Saen officials kept it “in case its owner wants to take it back.”
A naked body that tourists believed was the corpse of a dead woman on a shore in Thailand turned out to be a sex doll.
Officers from the Great White Shark Marine Rescue service in the Saek Suk district were alerted to the Bang Saen beach in eastern Thailand on Thursday after tourists reported seeing the corpse of a woman from a distance.
- A video shared to Twitter on Saturday shows Mahim beach in Mumbai, India, covered in trash and litter that washed ashore from the Arabian sea.
- Authorities posted an update stating that they had cleaned the beach and asking citizens to refrain from throwing trash into drains and rivers.
- Twitter users expressed outrage, with many demanding stricter enforcements while others offered potential solutions, such as implementing steel mesh on drains.
- The video has garnered over 92,000 views and 1,245 likes since this writing.
A beach in Mumbai, India, is seen in a viral video covered in an overwhelming accumulation of trash and litter that had washed onto the beach from the Arabian Sea.
The video of Mahim beach, uploaded to Twitter on Saturday, shows a tremendous amount of trash scattered across the beach to the point where little sand is visible. The tweet describes the litter as a “return gift” from the Arabian sea.
A Malaysian woman recently contracted a worm infection after walking barefoot on a beach in Port Dickson.
Nurul Ezzatul Akma, 31, took to Facebook to share her nightmarish experience which began a week after she went on a vacation with her family to Port Dickson beach. In her post, Akma noted how she first discovered a weird squiggly line on the bottom of her left foot and initially thought it was caused by a nerve problem.
A video taken from Lipe Island in Thailand showing the rare occurrence of four simultaneous waterspouts is going viral.
The event, which happened at around 10 a.m. on Nov. 25, was captured on film from the popular tourist destination in Satun province, Thailand.
A picturesque Japanese beach is making its bid to become the country’s top tourist getaway for those who wish to experience what it’s like to be in a real-life anime.
Situated in an area usually overlooked in Japan, the Chichibugahama Beach has a scenery that appears to be lifted from the anime movie “Your Name.”
The Japanese owner of a beach equipment shop reversed his policy of charging Chinese visitors to Miyakojima in Okinawa 10 times more for beach equipment after sparking outrage online.
The unidentified man priced a beach parasol and chairs at 20,000 yen ($183) for Chinese tourists, while the fee for other visitors was 2,000 yen.
Just in time for the summer, beachgoers in China are adding the porcelain facekini to their swimwear wardrobe.
While wearing face masks, known as facekinis, to the beach is nothing new, the 7th generation Chinese swimsuit staple features blue-and-white porcelain and embroidery.