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Foreign Man Criticized for Dangerous Bangkok Billboard Stunt

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A foreign man is under scrutiny after posting a video of himself lying in a hammock suspended from a large billboard near the Asoke Intersection in Bangkok. The video has sparked outrage on social media, highlighting concerns about his reckless behavior.

The video, shared by the Thai social media account Red Skull on June 23, shows the man’s caption, “You know what you need to do when you’re homeless,” with the Asoke Intersection in the background before focusing on the billboard. The next scene shows the man lying in a hammock high above the busy road.

This is not the first time the man has caused a stir in Bangkok. Many Thai netizens recognized him as the same person who was involved in a controversial incident in March. In that case, he was seen freerunning on the Asoke BTS Station near Soi Sukhumvit 14, jumping from the station to a nearby building before landing on a footpath. Unfortunately, he fell on the head of an elderly Thai man, causing injury.

Channel 8 reported that the foreign man did not apologize or offer assistance to the victim, instead walking away as bystanders watched in shock. The victim did not report the incident to the police, and there have been no legal repercussions for the foreigner.

Despite the recent video’s widespread attention, authorities have yet to take legal action against the man. This ongoing behavior has raised concerns among locals and officials alike, questioning the lack of accountability.

In a related incident involving extreme sports, a British photographer died after parachuting from the 29th floor of a condominium in Pattaya. The parachute failed to open, causing the man to fall onto a tree before hitting the ground.

In attendance at a recent meeting discussing these incidents were representatives from various embassies and local authorities, emphasizing the need for stricter regulations and enforcement to prevent such reckless behavior from endangering the public.

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