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Young Bangkok boy has lucky escape after finding glass in food

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A young boy has had a very lucky escape after finding glass in the food he was eating at a restaurant in Central Plaza, in the Ladprao district of Bangkok.

The boy had the food in his mouth at the time and cut his tongue on the glass.

In a post on Facebook, his father says his son was incredibly fortunate not to have swallowed the shard of glass. He also shares photos of the glass, along with his son’s bleeding tongue.

The father says that as the incident took place at night, there were no doctors in the mall, and he had to take his son to the nearest hospital.

The post has now been shared over 2,000 times, with many asking what the restaurant has done to compensate the family, if anything.

Other social media users are demanding to know the name of the restaurant, which has not been confirmed.

SOURCE: Thai Residents

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