WARNING GRAPHIC PHOTOS: Two bombs exploded in Thai resort, Hua Hin, killing at least four and injuring dozens of others.
For those who don't know, Hua Hin is a popular coastal resort on the Gulf of Thailand.
According to BBC News, the explosives were hidden in plant pots that were approximately 164 ft. apart.
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The bombs were detonated using cell phones, each set off about half an hour apart.
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Among those injured, several are said to be foreigners who had been traveling as tourists.
"These incidents are different from the usual terrorism acts, they are more local sabotage on certain locations and provinces," Deputy Police Spokesman Maj. Gen. Piyapan Pingmuang said at a news conference Friday.
"I heard people shouting 'Bomb! Bomb!'" Mark Gainsford, who had been in a nearby bar at the time of the bombing, told the BBC, adding that he didn't hear the explosion itself.
"I ran out to see if I could help. I saw eight to 10 people injured, on the floor," Gainsford continued. "The police arrived very quickly."
The bombings come just days before the one-year anniversary of the Erawan Shrine blast, which killed 20 people.
The tragic attack also comes five days after Thailand voted on a new constitution.