Mysterious Debris Continues to Wash Ashore in South Thailand

Phang Nga –

More mysterious debris has been found on a beach in Phang Nga.

Our previous story:

Mysterious debris was found on Karon Beach and an investigation is underway to identify what exactly it is.

Now for the update:

The Phang Nga Public Relations Department told the Phuket Express that Mr. Monkol Lunsopa found the new mystery debris on Bang Neang Beach in the Koh Kor Kao in Takua Pa district. The item is about one meter wide and two meters long. Relevant authorities were called to investigate. During the monsoon season, many things are washed ashore but these unusual objects are still under review and have been majorly discussed in various social groups and platforms online.

It is not clear if the objects found here and in Phuket are related.

Relevant officials have still not been able to firmly identify where…or what…. the debris is from as of press time.

This article originally appeared on our sister website The Phuket Express.

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