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German national crashes his sedan into three motorcycles and a stationary car


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All can i say is you are going to pay alot of money  to the owners of the vehicles.No chance to escape this one.Drunk as well just adds more cost

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1 hour ago, snoop1130 said:

he appeared to be either intoxicated or unstable, according to police reports.

well which was it ? quite important information one would think. 

 

 

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59 minutes ago, richard_smith237 said:

He was taken to the Police station and breathalysed, but the BiB did not release the information. 

They released 50. 000 baht

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Is it the German sitting on the chair? In that case, do lock him up.

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1 hour ago, stoner said:
2 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

he appeared to be either intoxicated or unstable, according to police reports.

well which was it ? quite important information one would think. 

Exactly. The police report is no report at all. Why not add that he might have had a medical episode. Was that considered? Ah no, AN readers know that if he crashes his car he must be drunk.

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2 hours ago, Martin71 said:

Brake failure / wet road / avoiding a dog that ran out in front of him.... did he hit any power poles ?

Did he have his trousers on?

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3 hours ago, bkk6060 said:

I actually think they could make Soi Buakhao more interesting by making it a walking street only after a certain time.  Cars can't move much anyway in the late evening.

 Maybe all of Central Pattaya - it has become a massive red light district in recent years. 

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This is going to cause an excruciatingly large outflow of Geld from his account to many beneficiaries. With complicit damage appraisers, there will be plenty for everybody.

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9 hours ago, blackshadow said:

bang him up for 12 months and take licence off him.....

A contender for deportation?

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36 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

A contender for deportation?

Judging by the mad look on the 'cat-man's' face, I'd say yes, buy by way of the bank and sanatorium first

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9 hours ago, In the jungle said:

Those exemption clauses only apply if you are Thai.

The accident wouldn't have happened if the foreigner wasn't here. 

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What the heck is that on the windshield?  Perhaps he had become possesed by an evil spirit.  It would make a good defense in Thai courts.  Specially with photo evidence.

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10 hours ago, bobbin said:

If that's him with the miniature dog, I'm going with "mental issues"!

 

The vacant stare seals it for me...

 

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I thought he was holding a rabbit?

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15 hours ago, richard_smith237 said:

As this happened on October 5th.... Surely they’ve breathalysed him and worked out if he was intoxicated or not by now !!!... 

 

He was taken to the Police station and breathalysed, but the BiB did not release the information. 

 

As usual - half a story without a follow up (and its already 24 hours after the incident)...  

 

....so all we are left with is speculation and of course the inevitable hang-him-high, deport-him, or bang-him-up posts.... 

 

 

 

October fest comes early in Patts

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On 10/6/2022 at 12:57 PM, bkk6060 said:

I actually think they could make Soi Buakhao more interesting by making it a walking street only after a certain time.  Cars can't move much anyway in the late evening.

 

Not "could" but should. 

 

Soi Baukhao between Soi Diana and Tree Town should become another Walking Street at night.  

 

Of course, nothing will happen until a tourists gets killed, and even then, it will take the global media to publish it. 

 

Once again, Thailand is reactionary, not proactive.  It will take someone, or more than one, to be killed, before any action is taken to protect pedestrians on that part of Soi Baukhao at night.  . 

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