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Sore Thai loser put opponent in hospital after smashing him in the face with a snooker cue


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Siam Rath reported on the arrest of a 26 year old Thai man called Surasit Klinprathum.

 

Lak Song police in Bang Khae, western Bangkok, picked him up at Sethakit Soi 31 in northern Bang Khae and charged him with causing grievous bodily harm.

 

The case stemmed from an incident at a snooker club in the area on January 5th at 10 pm.

 

The suspect had gone with his pals to the club to play snooker but when they left he refused to go home too.

 

Instead he started playing with some people on an adjoining table whom he didn't know.

 

He was soundly beaten by a man called Geng and didn't like losing.

 

So he picked up a snooker cue and repeatedly smashed it into the face of his opponent breaking his nose, cheekbone and causing him to have to get 20 stitches and have eye surgery. 

 

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35 minutes ago, webfact said:

He was soundly beaten by a man called Geng

Geng didnt tell his full name...Gengis Khan.... Mongols are coming!!

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5 hours ago, smedly said:

wonder how much money he lost

More than he could afford...

probably have to scratch his name off the chalk-board for a return match too?

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An excellent informative story and given the social,  economic and political situation here in Thailand especially relevant. I rather like the head line which reminds me of the joke about: : Do the Chinese  go out for a Chinese meal or just a meal?

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

He was soundly beaten by a man called Geng and didn't like losing.

Should have thought twice before playing with a bloke who's nickname is Geng.

 

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Yet another fine citizen. 

The west is doing it's best to disappear up it's own fundamental orifice, and peabrains like this guy seem to be increasing in their numbers here.

 

Might be time to look at alternatives.

 

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7 hours ago, RandiRona said:

Geng didnt tell his full name...Gengis Khan.... Mongols are coming!!

I thought his name was Len Geng Maak

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1 hour ago, Bangkok Barry said:

So much violence in the Land of Smiles.

I know its dreadful especially as it does not happen anywhere else. Why can't the  Thais be more like us? Don't you agree?

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1 hour ago, Bangkok Barry said:

So much violence in the Land of Smiles.

Hummm. Land of Stultifaction, Land of the Stultified, LOS, they had it right

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5 year old kids in the body of men...

Could fool any foreigner,,,,

I think that here, it is considered normal.

Yes, it is the norm...

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3 hours ago, swm59nj said:

Many of these incidents I  read about are of reactions that children would have.  Is this the land of smiles?  Or the land of immaturity? 
And very common also.   Such as  a person  having a dispute with another person.  But gets four or five others to back them up .  So it’s five against one.  Such cowards. 

Down to “ FACE”. 

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1 hour ago, The Hammer2021 said:
2 hours ago, Bangkok Barry said:

So much violence in the Land of Smiles.

I know its dreadful especially as it does not happen anywhere else. Why can't the  Thais be more like us? Don't you agree?

I haven't seen that anyone has said it doesn't happen anywhere else. Have you? I've just stated a fact, that the violence in Thailand doesn't match what's written on the pack.

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Rule number 1 don't gamble with thais

 

Let them do that between themselves

 

Even just a game of pool for a beer can lead to loss of face and hurt feelings. 

 

I'm. Pretty rubbish at pool but won't lower my game because I think that's insulting 

Still beat most locals 9 out of 10.

 

Youd think the girls who work in a bar and play pool day in and day out would at least have half an idea. 

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22 hours ago, Bangkok Barry said:

I've just stated a fact, that the violence in Thailand doesn't match what's written on the pack.

That was your crime.  The guy you replied to is absolutely fixated on maintaining the illusion, like "admitting the truth will probably cause a total mental breakdown" fixated.

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On 1/15/2022 at 8:08 AM, Harveyboy said:

fine standing young men they raise here in Thailand credit to their parents ...

 

here we go, as if such incidents only happen in thailand.

 

assume all young men are raised to be perfect examples of humanity and are an absolute credit to their parents where you come from? thought not.

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