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Chinese man covers bill of fellow citizens who did a runner


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8 minutes ago, champers said:

Why have so many falang law breakers recently had their uncensored photos published all over the media?

The Swiss doctor kicker.

The Kiwi brothers who manhandled a cop.

The falang pooper in Bangkok Soi Nana.

I'm sure there are plenty of others.

Maybe they gave permission for the photos?

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22 minutes ago, hotchilli said:

In his post, the owner pleaded with the women to come back and pay their bill, saying the staff in charge of their table would otherwise have to cover it

 

Not so nice boss.

 

That's the custom in Thailand. It sounds a bit draconian, but they are held responsible for their carelessness. That is why, often, someone will count the money several times in front of you in a shop or restaurant or bar. There are positives in that, I suppose. Teaches staff to be careful and being responsible in their job.

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57 minutes ago, Bangkok Barry said:

 

That's the custom in Thailand. It sounds a bit draconian, but they are held responsible for their carelessness. That is why, often, someone will count the money several times in front of you in a shop or restaurant or bar. There are positives in that, I suppose. Teaches staff to be careful and being responsible in their job.

They do this in Canada too. 

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20 minutes ago, Iron Tongue said:

There's a lot of good, decent Chinese people.  Unfortunately, the bad ones catch the headlines and creates the prejudice against all.

Same reason why so many Thais think Brits are a lot of fat, pink, male pattern balding, drunken, whoremongers.

 

 

 

 

According to this place, all Thai and Chinese are reprehensible and all Anglos are fine citizens. Even the ones that take dumps in shrines

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Staff should not be liable for runners…are establishments going to cover legal fees if the staff takes violence in stopping runners?

 

don’t shift the blame to poor staff for things beyond their control…you are the ones with deeper pockets and defend staff not abuse them

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6 hours ago, Bangkok Barry said:

 

That's the custom in Thailand. It sounds a bit draconian, but they are held responsible for their carelessness. That is why, often, someone will count the money several times in front of you in a shop or restaurant or bar. There are positives in that, I suppose. Teaches staff to be careful and being responsible in their job.

It's unfortunate when serving staff in restaurants are attending other patrons and a scum-bag does a runner and the staff are held accountable.

CCTV should be in every venue with notices letting patrons know it.

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3 hours ago, hotchilli said:

It's unfortunate when serving staff in restaurants are attending other patrons and a scum-bag does a runner and the staff are held accountable.

CCTV should be in every venue with notices letting patrons know it.

 

I agree. No real fault of the staff in this case.

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11 hours ago, hotchilli said:

In his post, the owner pleaded with the women to come back and pay their bill, saying the staff in charge of their table would otherwise have to cover it

 

Not so nice boss.

Normal behaviour in thailand. This is why idiots don't understand waiter or waitress. Get very upset or violent about these things as they have to pay for it. Either out of their individual wages or combined staff tips.yes very wrong but tit. 

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