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Quack cosmetician to face manslaughter charge

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An unlicensed cosmetologist who injected a foreign substance into the body of a woman who died on Tuesday will be charged with negligent manslaughter, deputy Bangkok police chief Pol Maj Gen Anuchai Lekbamrung said on Tuesday. 

Athitiya Eiamyai, 33, was declared dead about 10.40am.

Athitiya, who was a product presenter, fell into a coma after receiving an injection from Thanat Natveerakul, 24, who practised illegally as a cosmetic clinician under the name “Dr Pop” despite having no medical licence.

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