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BANGKOK 23 February 2019 06:52
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Video: Stolen from under police noses - motorcycle thieves at work

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Video: Stolen from under police noses - motorcycle thieves at work

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Sanook reported that a student's motorcycle was stolen just outside a police booth in Pathum Thani. 

 

Naphatsorn Thiansanit - a first year uni student in Thanyaburi - thought it would be safe to leave his Honda Wave outside his block of flats by the police booth in Soi Pornphisan 3. 

 

But when he came down to buy some food in the night his bike was gone. 

 

CCTV showed two helmeted thieves arrive on another bike. One smashed the lock with his foot while his accomplice used his foot on the back pedal to push him away from the scene. 

 

Klong 5 cops are investigating. 

 

Source: Sanook

 
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I see motorcycle riders go past on the pavement of the police booth near me. Never once seen a police officer get out and do anything. 

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Ballsy move. Apparently those cheap handle locks ain't worth much.

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Why should the brown idiots - assuming the were really in their booth - do anything to stop the motorcycle thieves? There is no monetary reward for them to do anything.

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3 hours ago, Megasin1 said:

at least they were both wearing helmets.

No license but a helmet.

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

Naphatsorn Thiansanit - a first year uni student in Thanyaburi - thought it would be safe to leave his Honda Wave outside his block of flats by the police booth in Soi Pornphisan 3

That is wrong thinking 

That place would be the least safe place 

Just because you have a police booth that not mean any police officer in there 

Here in jomtien we have 3 booths but evening only one officer in side looking his mobile 

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1 hour ago, soalbundy said:

No license but a helmet.

Of course. In this case, the purpose of the helmets is to hide their identity. 

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