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BANGKOK 22 March 2019 02:51
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Drunk motorcycle taxi thug attacked man, wife and female guide in Pattaya

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7 hours ago, Puchaiyank said:

One of the most amusing places for daily news in the world.  Bizarre, shocking, unbelievable are normal occurrences here. 

It,s never boring here in Patts that,s for sure....poor taxi driver just having a bit of down time and relaxing and these pesky folk come bothering him.......:cheesy:

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6 minutes ago, seahorse said:

The bamee noodles are obviously to blame, otherwise why mention them? 

Maybe the journalist is paid per word?

If so, I wonder why it didn't mention 'a large bowl of bamee noodles'?

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7 hours ago, smedly said:

apart from the assault - this news topic highlights another serious issue in Pattaya, Drunk MB taxi riders - something that from experience is rampant in Pataya

 

What is the point of leaving my motorbike at home when going out drinking when many (not all) of the MB Taxi drivers are plastered especially after midnight, police should be doing random checks at taxi ranks

 

 

smedly

DIY breath test kits are available online....you could always ask the morcy taxi guys to take the test before you get on..............just a thought :clap2:

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14 minutes ago, petermik said:

smedly

DIY breath test kits are available online....you could always ask the morcy taxi guys to take the test before you get on..............just a thought :clap2:

They need to be slightly numbed, I suggest a reading between 50mg/100ml and 150 as best!

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Douche bag

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When quoting an "alcohol reading", it is vitally important for the writer to state whether it was taken from a breath sample, a urine sample or a blood sample AND to include units e.g. micrograms/litre or milligrams/100 ml etc.

 

Without these pieces of information, the statement is meaningless as is the case here.

 

This makes me think the "journalist" has just thrown down some information crabbed from the cops without any thoughtful input as to reader understanding and accuracy and, in addition, the editorial process is non-existent. The whole result sounds like a wide-eyed, breathless account from a low-IQ bystander.

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