A 23-year-old British woman has died during a routine beauty procedure. The clinic’s owner is currently facing charges for her death.
Twenty-three year-old Joy Williams didn’t like the shape of her bottom and wanted to do something about it, but funds were tight. So she did what most budget conscious Brits and Aussies do every year and flew to Bangkok to have the derriere-lifting procedure performed in a Thai clinic for a fraction of the price.
But things went horribly wrong after the procedure began, because just hours later, Williams’s was discovered to be deceased on the operating table.
Her death was reported to police around 11pm on October 23rd, just a week after the beauty client had visited the clinic for her initial appointment.
The owner of the clinic, Sompob Saensiri, 51, has been charged with Williams’s death and faces up to 10 years imprisonment if found guilty. Saensiri has denied the charges, claiming he followed routine clinic procedure.
In a statement to the Daily Mail, Williams’s brother Anietie said, “We don’t really know what went wrong, we only know what is in reports in the media,”
“She was a beautiful girl, loved by everybody. We will miss her so much.”