At a popular Thai resort, a Russian man was shouting and talking to himself: frightened tourists called the police
On Nai Yang Beach in Phuket, Thailand, near a hotel, a Russian tourist had a lively discussion with himself, frightening other vacationers. Witnesses called the police, complaining about the noise.
When law enforcement officers tried to detain the offender, he spoke English and asked to spend the night on the beach. The local edition of The Phuket Express wrote about the incident.
Journalists cited tourist police spokespeople as saying that the crazy Russian was shouting and disturbing civilized people.
Looking at the ragged man with no shoes, wearing a T-shirt and shorts, the police offered him to go to the hospital or get psychiatric help, because loud conversations with himself outside the Russian Federation are at least strange to people.
However, the Russian refused to be hospitalized. At that moment, he was only concerned about sleeping, so he asked permission to sleep on a sunbed by the water.
Confused police allowed him to rest in the open air, but ordered a security guard to keep an eye on the man.
"Reportedly, the man calmed down, took a nap and left safely, and the Phuket tourist police suggested that he was either intoxicated or just enjoying the company of himself," the journalists concluded.
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