When she asked him to stay and shoot a Facebook Live post, he thought it just to “record the atmosphere”, said Boworn Mongkol Police Station superintendent Pol Colonel Wiradol Tabtimdee on Wednesday. The Facebook Live broadcast at 2am on Tuesday showed the apparently-drunk teenager singing along with a song about a break-up. She then climbed to sit on the bridge rail while drinking, then stepped over the rail and jumped into the Chao Phraya River. The post has drawn criticism from social-media users asking why the man holding the camera didn’t try to stop the girl from jumping. In a Facebook post on Tuesday, Kosolwat said: “Seeing the girl climb onto the bridge rail, listening to a heart-break song, you should have stopped her or pulled her back from getting across the rail.
Source: The Nation Bangkok January 03, 2018 06:56 UTC