Chonburi: Man killed after being electrocuted ‘charging phone while using earphones to listen to music’

ZAPPED TO DEATH 

Man killed after being electrocuted ‘charging phone while using earphones to listen to music’ as cops warn over cheap chargers

Kritsada Supol was found dead on his bed with his Samsung plugged into a power point

By Nicola Stow

 

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Picture shows the factory worker's phone plugged into the power socket next to his lifeless body//VIRAL PRESS

 

A MAN was killed after being electrocuted in bed as he charged his phone while listening to music.

 

Cops have issued a warning about the dangers of cheap chargers after Kritsada Supol was found dead with his Samsung plugged into a power point.

 

Kritsada, 24, appeared to have been listening to music or talking to someone, with the mic section of the earphones resting over his lips.

 

The property owner visited the room in Chonburi, Thailand, on Sunday and found the 24-year-old's body on the mattress with signs of burning around his ears.

 

Police from the Phan Thong Provincial Police Station in Chonburi, Thailand, arrived and carried the dead body from the property.

 

Full story: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8356442/man-killed-electrocuted-charging-phone-earphones-music/

 

-- The SUN 2019-02-06

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