“I urge the media and the public not to speculate because it will give undue pressure to the loved ones of the victims of MH370,” he said. The newly found wreckage is a curved piece of metal measuring about 2 meters by 3 meters (6 ½ feet by 10 feet) with electrical wires hanging from it and numbers stamped on it in several places. If proved as a part as MH370 aircraft it’s on an unexpected place while debris can drift thousands of miles (kilometers) on ocean currents. Four Malaysian officials and two Thai experts will visit the site Monday. However, based on what is known, for unknown reasons the plane crossed the Malay Peninsula and Straits of Malacca, which would put it off Thailand’s west coast.