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Video: Tourists accidentally let swarm of ‘over 2,000 moths’ into Thailand hotel room

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June 08, 2024

PAI, Thailand – Two British tourists in Thailand were horrified as they inadvertently allowed hundreds of moths to flood their hotel room.

In a series of videos posted on TikTok, Jemma Sayer captured a startling scene in the popular tourist destination of Pai. The footage shows a massive swarm of insects overtaking their bed and mosquito netting, creating a truly alarming sight.

A man, identified in local news reports as a hotel employee, can be seen surveying the room with a headlamp and bat.

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Two British tourists in Thailand were aghast when they accidentally let a flood of hundreds of moths into their hotel room, footage from late May shows.

Two British tourists in Thailand were aghast when they accidentally let a flood of hundreds of moths into their hotel room, footage from late May shows.

Sayer and her best friend checked into their hotel room and noticed moths coming in through a gap by the door.

They tried to block the gap with a towel, but “when we opened the door, a cobra launched at us and over 2,000 moths flew into our room,” Sayer said.

According to reports, the friends only opened the door “for a split second.”

The hotel then quickly moved them to a different room, Sayer said.

Original article source: Video: Tourists accidentally let swarm of ‘over 2,000 moths’ into Thailand hotel room

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