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A Russian tourist bit a British tourist's finger "like a scene from a horror movie", as a friend of the British woman described. The two fought over a pouf on the beach and the argument soon turned violent

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A British tourist lost the tip of her finger in an argument that broke out over a pouf on a beach in Thailand.

The 42-year-old victim, identified by German media as Angelina H., was attacked by a Russian tourist while she was on vacation on the island of Copenhagen. The fight broke out when Angelina tried to use a pouf that was on the beach by 32-year-old Wavora G., her rival , fought back and bit the tip of Angelina's middle finger. Angelina

's friend, former German fencer Monika Susanska, 39, was with her at the time and watched everything happen, describing the scene as "like something out of a horror movie." Susanska said Shea and Angelina were looking for an available spot on the Thai island beach when they found an empty pouf next to a nearby couple.

Attacker Wavora J (photo: screenshot, privat)

Susanka, who competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, told the Bild newspaper: "It was 1:30 p.m. on a Saturday when we and Angelina's dog were looking for a place at the Ko Raham beach club to enjoy a fresh coconut. Then we noticed an empty pouf next to a young couple."

She said the situation escalated when Vavaora refused Angelina's request to use the pouf.

Angelina was only allowed to take the pouf after a waiter intervened.

Susanska explained that Wawara did not give up, ran at Angelina and attacked both her and her dog before Angelina fought back.

Susanska said: "Angelina hit her on the forehead to get her to let go. The woman disappeared for a short time but then she came back angrier. She grabbed Angelina's hand and bit her finger. Then she spat out the cut finger and smiled. The blood just splattered. It was like something out of a horror movie."

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A fight over a pouf on the beach in Thailand ended with a finger being torn off (photo: screenshot, privat)

Hard to watch: a finger was torn off in a bite in a fight over a pouf on a beach in Thailand (photo: screenshot, private)

While Suzanska tried to trace the tip of her finger in the sand and comfort her frightened friend, Wavora and her partner, whose name has not been released, tried to escape but were caught by police who were nearby.

Vavera only had a photo of her passport, so the officers told her to bring her documents from the hotel to the local police station.

However, the couple had already fled there by plane to neighboring Malaysia.

Monika Susanska witnessed the violent fight.

In 2012 she was part of the German Olympic team in London. (Photo: screenshot, ddp)

Angelina was rushed to a hospital on the neighboring island of Koh Samui, but was soon flown to the UK for surgery to reattach the finger.

Monica said: "The doctors are now trying to save the finger and avoid amputation using a special procedure called 'wrapping'."

48-year-old Professor Florian Bauer from the Charity University Hospital in Berlin explained that humans are able to exert less force with their front teeth in contrast to the side teeth, so it makes sense that the Russian woman must also have felt tremendous pain when biting: "Our teeth are not designed to exert such forces" .

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Source: walla

All life articles on 2023-02-08

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