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"Drunk cop" tells Pattaya trader: "I'm special forces - wanna eat lead?"

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I find it hard to believe that the cops (I use that term very loosely) cannot run the cars plate through the computer to ascertain as to owns it and then check internal databases to see if the owner is (again a loose definition) a cop ??

 

In the UK that would take less than 3 minutes, I know because I have done it in the UK when I worked for a police force.

 

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18 minutes ago, Golden Triangle said:

I find it hard to believe that the cops (I use that term very loosely) cannot run the cars plate through the computer to ascertain as to owns it and then check internal databases to see if the owner is (again a loose definition) a cop ??

 

In the UK that would take less than 3 minutes, I know because I have done it in the UK when I worked for a police force.

 

But Special Forces plate numbers are "blocked", even in the UK. :biggrin:

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2 minutes ago, chickenslegs said:

But Special Forces plate numbers are "blocked", even in the UK. :biggrin:

I know that you are joking but I can assure that they are not, there are however, various markers that can be placed on a vehicles record at DVLA in Swansea, usually with a 24 hour contact number, for example, a police force has an under cover team working in various vehicles with multiple registrations ( yes that does happen and is true) they will have what is known a Marker 4 on the vehicle, so if that vehicle gets pinged by ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) systems it will give an immediate message to the police force that owns the vehicle so that they may advise the officers on board can be made aware.

 

Other markers are available but I'm not at liberty to expand on that :biggrin:  

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46 minutes ago, Golden Triangle said:

Other markers are available but I'm not at liberty to expand on that :biggrin:  

You've already said too much. Expect a knock on your door before dawn.:sad:

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Looks like somebody is going to fill a new "inactive" post..?

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13 hours ago, shy coconut said:

The guy he accosted was also Thai, and male. Was he equally stupid?

 

And what is it with some guys and their fixation on male genitalia?

Most probably the same as female fixation on male genitals.  :cheesy:

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Pattaya Plod.  It will all turn out to be a misunderstanding.  A wai or even a 500 baht fine and the whole story will be erased.  Still waiting for more news of the lady who was extorted and groped INSIDE the police station - that was last week.

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22 hours ago, mok199 said:

I sat soi1 and beach rd YESTERDAY june 3rd 1700 hours ,and watched a lone uniformed police officer( as he sat talking to his taxi pals) stopping young asain toursits on scooters(whose only crime was driving too slow and overly cautious),as he( the uniformed officer) stuffed the money in his pocket...this country will never ever change...

take you tube video of this next time.  inconspicuously of course

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Frightening to think there are people living in this country who are so brain dead  as to commit a crime such as this and leave a nice car as  evidence.

 

Boggles one's mind.

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On 6/5/2018 at 12:14 AM, Golden Triangle said:

Other markers are available but I'm not at liberty to expand on that :biggrin:  

 

Or you'd have to kill him,  Right?

 

Hey,  We're all friends here.

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Special forces or special farces or  just plain special needs?

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On 6/4/2018 at 11:04 AM, mok199 said:

I sat soi1 and beach rd YESTERDAY june 3rd 1700 hours ,and watched a lone uniformed police officer( as he sat talking to his taxi pals) stopping young asain toursits on scooters(whose only crime was driving too slow and overly cautious),as he( the uniformed officer) stuffed the money in his pocket...this country will never ever change...

Neither will haters of this town and the police hate..

I know some info. about the cop there.

They are mostly unlicensed Chinese who cannot handle a motorbike and create accidents.

Your comments are 100% false he is not putting their money in his pockets.

Just a big fat false post......

 

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On 6/4/2018 at 11:04 AM, mok199 said:

I sat soi1 and beach rd YESTERDAY june 3rd 1700 hours ,and watched a lone uniformed police officer( as he sat talking to his taxi pals) stopping young asain toursits on scooters(whose only crime was driving too slow and overly cautious),as he( the uniformed officer) stuffed the money in his pocket...this country will never ever change...

Did you report him?..... No...... This country will never change.

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