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While garbage in the sea is generally not a good thing, floating debris appears to have saved the life of a Cambodian man in the Gulf of Thailand off the coast of Rayong. The man was rescued today by the Royal Thai Navy after 2 days adrift at sea, clinging to debris, after falling off his fishing boat yesterday morning. “We Care, We Protect Squad” is the team of the Royal Thai Navy First Area Command that spotted and rescued the Cambodian man floating in the sea off the coast of Rayong Bay. He spoke little Thai and had no […]

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1 minute ago, Guest1 said:

Looks like that wasn't a search for this guy, then. The owner of the fishing boat did not even bother to call it in? Rescued by accident!

Lucky he was Cambodian, had he have been a Royhinga the Royal Thai Navy would probably have thrown him in again a few miles further out.

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