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Video: Motorcyclist vs Bus Driver fight - with a little help from the conductress!

 

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A video on Thai Rath news showed a fight between a bus driver and a motorcyclist with fists and feet flying.

 

But the road rage had a little humor too as the bus conductress pulled down the motorcyclist's black shorts to reveal what some people refer to as a "plumber's crack".

 

One of the Thai Rath presenters said the public had called the men "rorn pay noi" - a little hot under the collar. 

 

The poster of the clip was "mum meut" (dark corner) who appeared to be a passenger on the bus. 

 

They called the clip: "The weather's hot or what? Motorcycle vs Bus Driver".

 

People online praised the people in the area for trying to stop the fight and wai-ing. 

 

 

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Without video i can tell what happened.

 

The bus had to stop, didn't use his indicator lights and cut the scooterdriver off....See it every 10 minutes in BKK, those drivers should learn how to use their indicators properly and watch their mirrors.

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2 hours ago, fruitman said:

Without video i can tell what happened.

 

The bus had to stop, didn't use his indicator lights and cut the scooterdriver off....See it every 10 minutes in BKK, those drivers should learn how to use their indicators properly and watch their mirrors.

Bus drivers wait too long to start to pull over as well and very few make an effort to pull up to the curb so that when they finally stop they are blocking 2 lanes of traffic. Bus drivers don’t seem to have weapons with them  (like van and taxi drivers) so must resort to using their feet.

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1 hour ago, Searat7 said:

Bus drivers wait too long to start to pull over as well and very few make an effort to pull up to the curb so that when they finally stop they are blocking 2 lanes of traffic. Bus drivers don’t seem to have weapons with them  (like van and taxi drivers) so must resort to using their feet.

That's because the buspassengers flag them to slow down so they can see which bus it is.....if it's not their bus they wave him to go on....

 

Minivan drivers slow down for every group of passengers because also them don't know if they need the van or not.....Welcome to Thailand, they never improve anything here.

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Oh dear me.. Buses drivers are just as dangerous at causing havoc and accidents as everyone else on the roads ! Hardly ever look where they’re going or what’s around them let alone looking into their mirrors..

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between the view of her tugging at his pants and the flying kick towards the end of the video it's too it's difficult to pick a favorite part of this circus.

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Bus drivers wait too long to start to pull over as well and very few make an effort to pull up to the curb so that when they finally stop they are blocking 2 lanes of traffic. Bus drivers don’t seem to have weapons with them  (like van and taxi drivers) so must resort to using their feet.
Seen full video on news, driver gets back on the bus and used the change/ticket metal cylinder to hit him with.
Brilliant
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9 hours ago, fruitman said:

Without video i can tell what happened.

 

The bus had to stop, didn't use his indicator lights and cut the scooterdriver off....See it every 10 minutes in BKK, those drivers should learn how to use their indicators properly and watch their mirrors.

I'm pretty confident that Thai's have no idea they even have "indicator" lights, let alone how to use them. "Mirrors", why would they need those? Thai's only care about what's in front of them, not to the side or behind them, and even then they only care about getting in front of the guy in front of them, even if it means your/their death. The only thought in a Thai drivers brain is how to be first, at all costs.

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really what proof is there the bus driver did not indicate?

 

Mbike riders go off in their own little world, and have this thinking that they own the left gutter.

 

Even if the bus had been stopped, any passenger alighting is taking their life in their hands,

as a Mbike will surely try to bust thru down the Left side. - often due to that buses, as already mentioned, don't always move right to the kerb...

 

and these 2 wheelers don't like it when they have to deviate from their well trodden cattle path

 

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3 hours ago, stanleycoin said:

Rage is never far from the suffice here.

Well funny lady pulling the elephants pants down. :giggle:

never a dull moment here. :cheesy:

And later in the bar both claiming they won the fight and gave the other one a real beating.

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2 minutes ago, tifino said:

 

really what proof is there the bus driver did not indicate?

 

Mbike riders go off in their own little world, and have this thinking that they own the left gutter.

 

Even if the bus had been stopped, any passenger alighting is taking their life in their hands,

as a Mbike will surely try to bust thru down the Left side. - often due to that buses, as already mentioned, don't always move right to the kerb...

 

and these 2 wheelers don't like it when they have to deviate from their well trodden cattle path

 

But, it's a right of bus drivers to control the traffic.

No-one else does, oh hold on, forgot about taxi drivers and bike riders. 

Anyone I've missed?

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1 hour ago, tifino said:

 

really what proof is there the bus driver did not indicate?

 

Mbike riders go off in their own little world, and have this thinking that they own the left gutter.

 

Even if the bus had been stopped, any passenger alighting is taking their life in their hands,

as a Mbike will surely try to bust thru down the Left side. - often due to that buses, as already mentioned, don't always move right to the kerb...

 

and these 2 wheelers don't like it when they have to deviate from their well trodden cattle path

 

yes. You always have to look both ways before stepping off. The bus driver is moving sometimes 50 people or more jammed in to the bus and should always be given the right of way, regardless. You can maneuver your stinky little bike around him

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On 1/29/2019 at 11:06 AM, fruitman said:

Without video i can tell what happened.

 

The bus had to stop, didn't use his indicator lights and cut the scooterdriver off....See it every 10 minutes in BKK, those drivers should learn how to use their indicators properly and watch their mirrors.

Mirrors are only for looking at yourself. Don't you know anything? (being sarcastic). 😉

 

In addition to this, the very fact that they sometimes stop out in the second lane, thus forcing passengers to cross one lane to get to/from the bus is reason enough to sack the lot of them! 

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On 1/29/2019 at 9:02 PM, ocddave said:

I'm pretty confident that Thai's have no idea they even have "indicator" lights, let alone how to use them. "Mirrors", why would they need those? Thai's only care about what's in front of them, not to the side or behind them, and even then they only care about getting in front of the guy in front of them, even if it means your/their death. The only thought in a Thai drivers brain is how to be first, at all costs.

Absolutely right.

Like children

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On 1/29/2019 at 7:37 PM, tifino said:

 

I just like the way she Conducted herself! 

 

 

 

She did great.  Backed up her partner quite well.  
I like a gal that can throw down like that.  

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