This is an appalling incident ... There is absolutely no place for content of this kind on Facebook and it has now been removed.
UPDATE 11:02 a.m. EST: The videos posted by Thai man who killed himself and his daughter were on Facebook for nearly 24 hours before being deleted, police said Tuesday. The man was identified as Wuttisan Wongtalay. The videos were viewed more than 370,000 times, Vice News reports.
ORIGINAL STORY: A man broadcast the murder of his 11-month-old daughter and his suicide on Facebook Live on Monday, Thai authorities reported on Tuesday.
The man killed himself in Phuket, a southern resort island. Officers were alerted to the video by the man's friends, but found the man and the baby dead when they arrived.
Police said they believed the man had argued with the girl's mother, AFP reported.
Facebook has been under increasing pressure to respond to suicides and crimes broadcast on its live feed or posted as a video after the fact. Last week, a Cleveland man posted a video of him killing an elderly man, prompting a national manhunt.
Last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company had "a lot of work to do" with regard to crime.
Phuket's governor urged people not to share the video, which was deleted but copied and widely circulated on Facebook.
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