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BANGKOK 19 January 2019 19:23
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Locals scramble for ‘free’ beer as Leo truck drops load in Rassada

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Just now, GBW said:

What, no police on duty at 6am? 

I know that I am opening myself up here, but where the bloody hell are they?

Good on the locals for cleaning up the mess. Enjoy the spoils of your labor. 

Nb. I do hope the driver is ok and that the Ambulance Service were not snoozing in as well.

No traffic police on duty is not the same as no police on duty.

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22 minutes ago, stevenl said:

No traffic police on duty is not the same as no police on duty.

I am well aware of that. I generalized 'police'. Although my question still stands. 

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13 hours ago, GBW said:

What, no police on duty at 6am? 

I know that I am opening myself up here, but where the bloody hell are they?

Good on the locals for cleaning up the mess. Enjoy the spoils of your labor. 

Nb. I do hope the driver is ok and that the Ambulance Service were not snoozing in as well.

They were helping the locals clean up the cans, party at Rassada police station tonight

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Company reports 80K beer cans disappeared after truck accident in Phuket

By Kritsada Mueanhawong

 

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A logistic company representative has filed a report to police after more than 80,000 beer cans, valued at more than two million baht, mysteriously vanished after a beer truck overturned in Rassada this morning.

 

The truck overturned and beer cans were scattered all over the road outside a 7-11.

 

Read more about the incident HERE.

 

Full story: https://thethaiger.com/news/phuket/company-reports-80k-beer-cans-disappeared-after-truck-accident-in-phuket

 

 
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14 hours ago, stevenl said:

No traffic police on duty is not the same as no police on duty.

same  result  though

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hey  police..........tip...............follow  the trail of empty  cans 

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28 minutes ago, monkeycu said:

A logistic company representative has filed a report to police after more than 80,000 beer cans, valued at more than two million baht, mysteriously vanished after a beer truck overturned in Rassada this morning.

Ha ha ha! There's no mystery at all. Plenty of photographic evidence in most press reports too.

I'm sure the police won't solve it though.

 

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