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Legal action taken against people who removed beer cans from beer truck accident scene

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Legal action taken against people who removed beer cans from beer truck accident scene

By Kritsada Mueanhawong

 

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PHOTOS / VIDEO:  Thanakrit Asulyakul / Mana Sombat / Kanlaya Singkangrang / Kritsada Mueanhawong

 

Legal action has already been taken against four people who ‘removed’ beer cans after a truck carrying boxes of beer cans overturned in Phuket on January 11.

 

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

 

The Phuket City Police Chief Col Sompong Thiparpakun says, “Four people have now been arrested. They have admitted that they saw other people taking beer cans, so they did too. They say they have consumed the contents of all beer cans. ”

 

Full Story: https://thethaiger.com/news/phuket/legal-action-taken-against-people-who-removed-beer-cans-from-beer-truck-accident-scene

 

— The Thaiger 2019-01-21

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The people who "removed" the beer cans, were good samaritans dressed in brown with golden wings and were plainly wanting to clear up the street...:whistling:

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52 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

80,000 beer cans,

must have been a hell of a party.

 

defendants are ordered to kick up trash for 30 days.

 

next case.

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Silly comment mysteriously vanished, people were seen picking up the cans.

Nothing mysterious about that.

Just folk getting p+++ed at the companies expense.:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

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I have to seriously doubt the veracity of the figures, and smell an insurance scam on the horizon.

80,000 cans of beer equates to 3,333 cases. If there were 100 people involved ( which I think unlikely ) then that means each person carried off 34 cases of beer.....no mean feat when most were on motorcycles or walking. 

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I applaud the passers-by who took it upon themselves to avoid a potential environmental disaster and get the demon alcohol off the street.  Chai Yo! 

 

Meanwhile, that 7-11 is going to have to explain why sales of alcoholic beverages were way down that day. 

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51 minutes ago, AhFarangJa said:

...  then that means each person carried off 34 cases of beer...

Never underestimate the thirst of the average man.  TIT, it's hot and it's free.  How do you say "Woo Hoo" in Thai?

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5 minutes ago, Damrongsak said:

I applaud the passers-by who took it upon themselves to avoid a potential environmental disaster and get the demon alcohol off the street.  Chai Yo! 

 

Meanwhile, that 7-11 is going to have to explain why sales of alcoholic beverages were way down that day. 

Maybe also need to explain the sudden appearance of a dozen or so more cases than there should be in the back room...:whistling:

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2 minutes ago, Damrongsak said:

Never underestimate the thirst of the average man.  TIT, it's hot and it's free.  How do you say "Woo Hoo" in Thai?

วูฮู...I think....
Wūḥū

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6 minutes ago, AhFarangJa said:

วูฮู...I think....

Wūḥū

lucky that's only a transliteration, here... not a translation.

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So if people did not steal all the cans.  Would logistics company pick all up, repackage and still deliver damaged cans? Or what would have happened? Gone back to recycling? 

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