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BANGKOK 23 March 2019 20:28
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Video: Outa my way! Motorcyclist knocks pedestrian down on the footpath

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7 minutes ago, scorecard said:

So the PM should be actively involved in every event, big, medium, small etc and should just direct that people be locked up.

 

The folks like you would complain he's not taking care of the big issues. 

Well if i was Prayuth i would order the BKK-governor to go on tv and let him deal with this idiot scooterdriver. Lock him up to show an example and give the bangkokians a safe feeling.

 

Or big joke could arrest him with a lot of show and lock him up.

 

But the police refuses to do arrest drivers like this, i would also punish them  for neglecting their duty...

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On 2/15/2019 at 8:25 AM, Vacuum said:

Of course not.

How so poignant, currently documentation being finalised for a road incident report to be sent to the Thailand Public Prosecutors Office in Chiang Mai as not being a victim of the police first tier of injustice.

 

nearly over a year now when the young guy who by his blood sample was 80 mil over the limit decided to place himself his partner pillion, and other road users in the posibily to ruin their own lives and others.

 

unforunatly for him (3 broken ribs and a punctured lung) his partner a hairline cracked pelvis. At the speed he was doing when he made a irrational out of nowhere overtaking manovere sideswiped the front right and wing as I had just began to turn right over a ‘canal bridge’. 

 

Apparnatly him being under the influence at 80 mil still gives him the right to seek compensation. The police have said we are jointly to blame and has been logged as such in their ‘unbiased’ report that will be sent to the court for review. 

Yeah like also here the mind is attempting to understand such, well need I say the word. 

 

So having to report back to the Police on the 21st to see what happens there on. 

 

What i I can say it truly is a ‘repugnant’ experience. 

 

PS,  ‘... say a little prayer for me’. 

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On 2/15/2019 at 2:31 AM, ezzra said:

Admittedly, i too, sometimes ride the pavements for a short distances of no more than a 100 meters or so where the alternatives are a big detour around on a very busy road, however, i do it ever so mindful of people walking/standing and stops and let people pass first, yes, i know, i'm trying to justify the wrong, but what i'm saying is that if you have to do wrong, do it nicely..

...and whatever else you pedestrians do, get outa my way.

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1 hour ago, fruitman said:

Well if i was Prayuth i would order the BKK-governor to go on tv and let him deal with this idiot scooterdriver. Lock him up to show an example and give the bangkokians a safe feeling.

 

Or big joke could arrest him with a lot of show and lock him up.

 

But the police refuses to do arrest drivers like this, i would also punish them  for neglecting their duty...

So you believe the BKK Governor has / should have the authority to just lock people up.

 

Different point, I agree there are thousands of instances where the RTP should be charged and if guilty severely punished / dismissed with loss of all benefits for dereliction of duty.

 

Sadly there seems to be no process to make that happen.

 

 

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Why is mr Prayuth not responding to this??? Come on, show us you're the leader we will vote for and lock him up.

Yes, all leaders of all countries should personally become involved in every minor traffic incident throughout their country


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18 hours ago, Ctkong said:

Basically the motorcycle rider looked upon the bus riding person as lower than him in this society so confer the bus rider lesser respect than he would otherwise. Being told off by the ‘plebeian’ simply irked his self entitlement so he meted out his ‘punishment’ accordingly. Life in Thailand generally. I squeeze you and you squeeze those lower down the hierarchy in turn. 

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18 hours ago, soistalker said:

What's the criminal charge in the real world? Felony hit and run. Battery with intent to do injury. 

In Thailand, a wei and pay hospital bills.

Absolutely insane.

 

dont forget the police main motivation is to get negotiation fees and it is in their advantage to posture in such a way

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This Thai anger issue.

 

Openings here for some Psychological specialists..

 

But first you have to get the people to admit they have problems. 

(Before the event).

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On 2/15/2019 at 9:44 AM, BobbyL said:

This epitomises a lot wrong here at the moment.

 

You can blame the people, the public, the education etc but this all stems from a complete lack of law enforcement. Not just the police, from the top down. 

 

It will take generations to rectify these inbred traits. 

 

 

You can't rectify inbreeding with more inbreeding.... 

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I thought if u do this a fine happens.only if u get caught it seems.i,am sure it happens everyday in bkk

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