Guardian Hack Kia Abdullah Laughs At Death of Gap Year Kids

The news broke overnight that three students were killed on their gap year adventure to Thailand. Bruno Melling-Firth, Conrad Quashie and Max Boomgaarden-Cook, all 19, died when their bus travelling to Chiang Mai collided with another bus. A tragedy and a nightmare scenario for the parents of thousands of students travelling around the world every year. There have been outpourings of sympathy from across the media today, with one exception – one Guardian class crusader:

The three boys were all state-educated at The Charter School in South London.

UPDATE:

http://twitter.com/#!/KiaAbdullah/status/86733909974454272

So heartfelt.




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