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Thai man pretends to be handicapped to get disabled parking - posts online

 

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A Thai man has apologized to society after a storm of criticism after he posted a video of himself pretending to be handicapped to get an advantageous disabled parking spot in the Bangkok area.

 

The man who posted the clip, that now appears to have been taken down, thought he was being funny.

 

Netizens told him he was a jerk. 

 

After initially sticking up for himself he realizes now that he was in the wrong and made the standard apology to Thai society along with a "I will do better in the future" statement. 

 

The incident happened in Samrong. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

 

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6 minutes ago, webfact said:

"I will do better in the future"

Meaning do some better acting?

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47 minutes ago, webfact said:

The man who posted the clip, that now appears to have been taken down, thought he was being funny

Oh, to have the mind of a young child. 

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12 minutes ago, Baerboxer said:

 

At some of our local Big C's, Tesco's, HomePros and shopping malls, they now have a security guard stationed near the disabled parking bays to check who intends parking there.

 

My son is severely disabled and it's very difficult to manage his wheelchair in normal parking bays when neighboring ones are full. 

 

The selfish c**nts who park in these bays because they're too lazy to walk a bit should have their vehicles clamped and charged a massive release fee.

Spot on mate, a while back wife and i in the disabled parking bay at Tesco in Khonkaen, prick in a tuna came over and demanded we got out of his parking bay.

Well wife went back into Tesco, i ignored him, he finally parked a few bays away, then walked off towards the CIMB bank building, now CIMB have their own parking.

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In his defence the first impression is he has been dropped on his head a lot🤔

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As a bonafide handicapped person this pisses me off endlessly, but did long before my own disability. I usually curse them to be handicapped in turn.

Trying to convince the wife to get a sticker for when I am along.

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My Dad has a sticker for disabled parking in rural Australia and Mum or others do the driving. The sticker is for the person not the car. The local parking plod are pretty good as there a lot of retired people in the area and if you are parked there they want to see the person in the car or at least be readily spotted in the Drs surgery or the shops. My niece is also disabled and uses a wheelchair and they are smart enough to allow us to pick her up and drop her off without another sticker as she lives 300 km away. I doubt they are policed by the Thais much but if they upped the fines to say 2000 baht the tea money boys may take a bit of interest.

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hes retarted in the head. Anyway, i have never ever seen a handicapped person park in a handicapped spot. Only thai commoners. They have no shame and if you dare say anything sonehow your the bad one because "Thais dont care about who park's where..." Been down that road too many times to count.

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4 hours ago, rkidlad said:

Oh, to have the mind of a young child. 

It's still there, just click on sanook source!

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