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Caught in a lie: Thai woman blames foundation for accident but she was drunk

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A Thai female driver who ended up in a canal went on Facebook to lay the blame squarely on the shoulders of the Poh Teck Tung foundation.

She said they caused her to end up in the klong and blamed them for not taking responsibility for damage that would cost her 100,000 baht. 

She called on her friends to share her plight and get justice after the accident on Sunday. 

Caught in a lie: Thai woman blames foundation for accident but she was drunk | News by Samui Times

Meanwhile Poh Teck Tung said it was all a fabrication – they had dash cam footage to prove they were not involved in the accident in Parimonthon. 

They said that she was weaving all over the road.

They claimed “Mew” was drunk at the scene and quoted her as saying after her car was pulled from the canal: 

“I am OK. I am not hurt. Facial surgery is more painful than this”.

Facebook sleuths in the Thai community soon swung into action. 

They proved that Mew had been out drinking at a pub just before the accident. Some people quickly unearthed a photo of her with a bottle of alcohol in the very car she had just had the accident in. 

Her status showed that the picture had been taken in the early hours of Sunday just before the accident.

Caught in the mother of all lies Mew was forced to apologize on Facebook.

She soon deleted her Facebook presence and all the pictures and posts that went with it, reported Sanook.

Sanook said it was a case of how people use social media to manipulate and deceive and was causing much comment in online forums. 

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