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NewsOn the island of Phuket in Thailand, the water on the beaches has turned black

On the island of Phuket in Thailand, the water on the beaches has turned black

According to the Phuket Express portal, the drone took several photos which are posted on sites with the caption: “Black seaweed on Patong beach has shaken tourists’ confidence”. The publication also reports that the sea water on the beach has turned black around the Pak Bang channel, now swimmers are not at risk of entering the water.Tourists are calling on local authorities to investigate and remedy the situation, and to do so quickly, before the country loses tourists.On the eve of this incident, Thailand implemented a system of yellow and red cards for tourists who misbehave.According to The Phuket Express, in March four foreigners received yellow cards and in total around two hundred tourists are going through criminal trials. Most of them are Russian, French, British, Burmese and Cambodian citizens. Most criminal cases opened in Patong for drunk driving.

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