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You Can Trust us, says RTP over "drunk cop" accident claim


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2 hours ago, ChrisY1 said:

This goons speak about one of his own.....drunk cops are everywhere!

And cop bank or gold shop robbers

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25 minutes ago, marin said:

How can  you live here if you trust nobody?

im pretty sure he isn't just talking about thai. probably means you too. 🙂

 

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1 hour ago, lujanit said:

500 baht fine and a wai then.

you forgot the customary 30,000 thb to the next of kin plus a lateral move to another province

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My guess is that the fellow will be lent to the Ministry of Inactive Posts. No stranger to the booze, he might even enjoy the break - before being reinstated with full regalia ........ 

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You Can Trust us, says RTP over "drunk cop" accident claim

 

sure, sure, believe/trust you (not) and the Pope is catholic

 

 

 

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speaking of being held accountable 

what is update to police double bag torture kill suspect   

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4 hours ago, stoner said:

ha

 

this guy got jokes. 

Start with their own then. I nearly got taken out, along with 2 students, by a traffic cop on his PCX hammering through as we crossed the road ON A CLEARLY MARKED PEDESTRIAN CROSSING. Had he been heading to an incident he might have had an excuse if he had blues and twos on. What he actually did was pull in at a raodside food stall 150m down the road and get his lunch.

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5 hours ago, hellohello123 said:

The damaged car looks like its smoking the biggest cigarette on earth

 

Don't blame him

That willbe the mandatory power pole......

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