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16 year old motorcycle rider attacked by 2 teenage attackers in Chiang Mai


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A 16 year old boy filed a complaint against two teenage attackers who last week assaulted him and tried to steal his motorcycle on a road in the northern province of Chiang Mai.

 

The mother of the victim took to social media after the two attackers remained at large even though the physical assault took place almost a week ago, Wednesday, January 17. Her post attracted the attention of several news agencies as violent behaviour among Thai teenagers has become topical following a report of five teenage murderers in the Isaan province of Sa Kaeo.

 

The 16 year old victim, Phat, later gave an interview to Channel 7 about the physical assault. Phat explained that the incident took place when he was riding a motorcycle from his home in the Doi Saket district to a shopping mall in Mueang Chaing Mai district at about 4.20pm.

 

When Phat stopped at a red light at the Mae Kao Intersection, two teenagers, who parked a motorcycle nearby approached him, immediately attacked him. Phat decided to abandon his motorcycle and ran away to save his life.

 

Phat said the two tried to steal his motorcycle but were unable to start the engine. They then destroyed his motorcycle before leaving the scene. Phat stated that a CCTV camera at the intersection managed to capture the attack but the camera was too far away and could not identify the attackers.

 

By Petch Petpailin

Caption: Photo via Chiangmai News

 

Full story: The Thaiger 2024-01-23

 

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16 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

A 16 year old boy filed a complaint against two teenage attackers who last week assaulted him and tried to steal his motorcycle on a road in the northern province of Chiang Mai.

I'm a bit confused, did he wait a week before reporting it? If not why did the cops not follow any more CCTV that could trace their route home? not a cops son by any chance?

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