A BRITISH pensioner has died following a horrific motorbike crash in Thailand.
Keith William McVeighty was cruising along the motorway in the city of Chiang Mai when a “reckless driver” allegedly pulled out in front of him.
CCTV reportedly showed footage of a female driver as she ploughed into the 83-year-old on Sunday morning.
It is claimed that McVeighty had been forced to pull on his breaks before a silver Mazda SUV collided into the back of his motorcycle on the busy interchange.
The British national, originally from the Isle of Man, was allegedly flung onto the roof of the vehicle before falling off onto the side of the road.
Reports suggest the pensioner lost his helmet as paramedics scrambled to the scene.
The ex-pat was rushed to the city’s Hang Dong Hospital, but was sadly pronounced dead several hours later as his family were informed.
Local police have since opened an investigation into the death to determine whether the driver in question, thought to be a woman from neighbouring China, had been at fault for the horrific collision.
It comes as cops confirmed they are questioning a female motorist in connection with the incident, following a review of CCTV footage.
They added that the driver would be prosecuted if found to be culpable of dangerous driving.
In a statement, police captain Jetsada Pankaew said: “We are interviewing the driver and checking CCTV cameras to find out what caused the accident.
“If they were at fault they will be prosecuted in accordance with the legal process.
“The motorbike rider died due to the injuries he suffered in the crash.
“He had a very powerful big bike but he was very confident riding on the road. The bike has been checked as evidence.
“We have followed the normal procedure and the British Embassy has been informed of the death.”
The UK’s foreign office have confirmed the death of a British national in Thailand and said they were supporting the family.
A spokesman said: “We are supporting the family of a British man who has died in Thailand.”