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BANGKOK 19 August 2019 05:03
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Pattaya's shame: Foreigner leaves blood on the sidewalk

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3 minutes ago, SupermarineS6B said:

Them damned foreigners coming here and tripping over our lovely (Assault courses) i mean pavements and leaving their blood all over the place....... Obviously a case for Hakpal !  Solution, remove the foreigners !  As Thai logic says, "The accident wouldn't of happened if you wern't here".......

Careful, same could be said of "luk khrueng"! A whole new can of worms.

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12 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

Careful, same could be said of "luk khrueng"! A whole new can of worms.

Yeah another issue they had to side step...... no 50/50 in the military or government and they can't vote....... or has it all changed now...... ?  I can't keep up with the laws anymore, changing faster than a whores draws.... !

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8 minutes ago, SupermarineS6B said:
23 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

Careful, same could be said of "luk khrueng"! A whole new can of worms.

Yeah another issue they had to side step...... no 50/50 in the military or government and they can't vote....... or has it all changed now...... ?  I can't keep up with the laws anymore, changing faster than a whores draws.... ! 

Aren't you thinking of the Grand Old Duke of York?

...and when they were up they were up, and when they were down they were down...

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14 hours ago, Greenhill said:

They don't walk!    They're either in cars or at the very least motor-cycles!!!

They even can't walk far, look in the Ikea where they all need a rest or even sleep on the sofa's and beds.

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There are no sidewalks in this country. Roads are for cars, sidewalks are for motorbikes. Pedestrians, walk at your own risk. 

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bad for Pattaya's image..I think simply reinforcing what everybody already knows lol

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On 2/23/2019 at 12:48 PM, Puchaiyank said:

Many Thai sidewalk are hazardous to walk on

For some people Thailand is a hazardous country to visit. Be prepared for dangers everywhere.  

 

 

 

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should have been properly  cordoned off with the internationally accepted 

"world class" safety twig barrier.

 

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The problem this stuff gets reprted in there home counties, the outcome being the much needed families stop comeing and make way for the beer guzzling over sexed idiots who they say they do not want, ask the business owners and single mothers who they want, answers on a postcard to the Pattaya tourist board

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On 2/23/2019 at 1:09 PM, worgeordie said:

What image would that be ?, if that happened in the West

you could sue the local authority,here you have to get yourself

to the hospital and pay the bill ,unless you are Chinese of course.

regards Worgeordie

I don't quite get it. What happen if you are chinese?

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1 hour ago, Beatriz said:

I don't quite get it. What happen if you are chinese?

Chinese get preferential treatment,well looked after by TAT, 

regards worgeordie

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On 2/23/2019 at 7:18 AM, jacko45k said:

And on!

Usually at the most ridiculous place to block all other traffic... hellfire crossing being an example.

where is hellfire crossing pls

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On 2/23/2019 at 8:05 AM, zoza said:

according to the latest on the soi Buchow grapevine a heart attack victim

who was rushed to one of our more expensive hospitals due to his collapse

a few weeks back was put on ICU , and I was told when he was visited he

was stone cold and no sign of life, but they kept him wired up and only after a phone call from family in UK, they unplugged him....total bill for 36

hours...700,000 baht ,so at least this old chap was conscious, and would be able to sign himself out..... before he was bankrupted.

I hope the old chap has a speedy recovery.

I will get an update on this story tomorrow. 

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1 minute ago, cookieqw said:

where is hellfire crossing pls

Nickname for where Soi Diana crosses over soi Buakhao into soi Lengkee, made more fun by delivery trucks and baht buses stopping there willy-nilly. 

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