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Hua Hin: Police issue summons for "hothead" motorcyclist who filmed cops at checkpoint

 

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A motorcyclist started filming at a police checkpoint in Hua Hin after he was fined for not having a license. 

 

He was warned by the head of the checkpoint that if he posted the clip with inappropriate information he would be in trouble.

 

He did just that - now two officers have filed a report against him alleging they have been brought into disrepute.

 

The expletive laden post by Tossaphon, 20, went on his "Nam Khaeng Sai, sai luuk chit" page minutes after he had to pay a 200 baht fine. 

 

He claimed the police were just making money from him and used foul language. 

 

Pol Capt Worawit Sa-atnak said that Tossaphon was pulled over at 11.16 am a checkpoint set up outside Hua Hin Withayalai school between 10 and 12 noon on Monday. 

 

He was fined 200 baht for not having a licence in his possession. He started filming. 

 

Capt Worawit said: "I told him that if you post that inappropriately online will be in contravention of tech law". 

 

By 12 noon he saw that Tossaphon had failed to heed the warning. 

 

Senior Sgt Majors Sumit and Prajak who appeared in the clip have filed a formal complaint. 

 

A summons has been issued for Tossaphon to appear at the police station. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

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12 minutes ago, Just1Voice said:

No helmet and no license on him.  He should be grateful that all he had to pay was 200 baht.  In a country with REAL laws, his butt would be walking - after paying a hefty fine and some jail time. 

 

Which countries jail people for having no licence with them and/or no helmet?

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Tossaphon was pulled over at 11.16 two officers have filed a report against him alleging they have been brought into disrepute.

 

Looks like he couldn't give a Tossaphon for the officers of the law🤔

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In most countries no license no drive park it up and get someone with a license to come back to get scooter or car but not hear ok boe see you tomorrow 

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7 hours ago, Blue Muton said:

Which countries jail people for having no licence with them and/or no helmet?

Germany, if those crimes are accompanied with bribing a police officer. In Germany however the officer would be jailed as well for accepting the bribe, here it's just a misunderstanding.

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20 minutes ago, soalbundy said:

Germany, if those crimes are accompanied with bribing a police officer. In Germany however the officer would be jailed as well for accepting the bribe, here it's just a misunderstanding.

 7 hours ago, Blue Muton said:

Which countries jail people for having no licence with them and/or no helmet?

 

Given that the jail sentence would be for atempting to bribe or actualy bribing a police officer, that rules out Germany. thanks.

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Is it OK to pay cash on the spot in Thailand, I thought you had to pay at the police station.

Photos seem to suggest a cash transaction taking place.

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42 minutes ago, Blue Muton said:
 7 hours ago, Blue Muton said:

Which countries jail people for having no licence with them and/or no helmet?

 

Given that the jail sentence would be for atempting to bribe or actualy bribing a police officer, that rules out Germany. thanks.

I knew somebody who was jailed for putting 100DM in his driving license and handing it over to an officer when stopped for speeding.

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8 hours ago, Just1Voice said:

No helmet and no license on him.  He should be grateful that all he had to pay was 200 baht.  In a country with REAL laws, his butt would be walking - after paying a hefty fine and some jail time. 

 

plus the crime of bribery.

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