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BANGKOK 19 March 2019 02:56
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Drunk and mangled big biker: I wanna go home - I've got no money

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8 hours ago, brokenbone said:

he is honest and tells straight up he dont have money for hospital,

what more do you want ?

Bang him up in jail and deport him with his broken leg . hes an idiot 

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6 hours ago, VocalNeal said:

...and who owns much of Sukhumvit in Bangkok say from soi 11 upwards? Especially around 33 Thonglor/Ekamai etc. 

 

He is probably third or fourth or higher generation Thai of Indian descent. Speaks fluent Thai and knows all the right people as he went to school with them.

And who owns? If you think its indians that are the actual owners then go check again.
He probably also knows all the right people, thats why he moans about not having enough money to even pay a hospital bill. And who you went to school with counts as much as who you stood next to at 7-11 last night.

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well the drunken idiot could have sold his big bike, if he was desparate to go home, that would have paid the airfare, too late now clown. at least he did not kill an innocent

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8 hours ago, brokenbone said:

he is honest and tells straight up he dont have money for hospital,

what more do you want ?

Him drunk, him jail, me happy

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1 hour ago, Sheryl said:

 

No insurance (even if he had it) will cover accident resulting from driving while drunk.

Car/bike insurance would cover it fully 

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The girlfriend of the Indian said they were waiting at the lights when they were hit with force from behind - an impact that shunted them to the side of the road. 

 

Who Indian what Indian? The copied  n paste article on TV did not say anything about the nationality of both drivers.

 

But:

A search on 'Manish Jalhotra' , searchresult: he is Indian.

and the original article on Sanook says 'อายุ 38 ปี สัญชาติอินเดีย ' , yep he is the Indian one and girlfriend sat with him.

 

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5 hours ago, jaiyen said:

Definitely not covered by any insurance policy in the world. And he was drunk too ! 

Even if not drunk..

 

I have insurance, full healthcare cover with dental and travel insurance except road related accidents.

Many (expat) insurance have in their policy they don't cover that.

 

Not a real thing tough, because in Thai you have insurance for the motorbike everywhere. Plus it starts with the basic compulsory goverment insurance, which covers hospital but not your bike. And if it is your fault, not the other vehicle too. Anything extra cover you can add on your vehicle insurance package.

 

Rgds,

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6 hours ago, Myran said:

Absolute gutter trash. One could wish he would get a lengthy prison sentence in a Thai prison and then be banned for life, but that's likely way too much to hope for.

 

While I don't disagree with your characterization, I can't help but recall the hundreds of times I've seen good ol' (English speaking) boys climb down from their barstools in Thailand and onto their scooters after bidding farewell to all their drunk buddies at the bar- who will soon follow suit.  I wonder how many of them are dissing this guy?

 

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8 hours ago, Jip99 said:

 

 

Personal accident/Travel cover may well satisfy the hospital...

If he was DUI the insurance may not pay also it would depend on if he had a license

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3 hours ago, hotchilli said:

Broken leg I don't think he would be taken home... nice try though.

Big guy, he forget to call for his mum.

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Bangkok Bank has good insurance and they pay for motorbike accidents.

I took the 150,000 bhat policy and when I was hit, the hospital called the number on the card in about 20 mins, it was approved.

it was small money for that policy.

They also have a 300,000 and may have more.

When this current one is due to renew, I will up to the300,000.

My wife fell down, in hospital 2 days, same deal........hospital called them, quickly approved and paid........Good Customer Service.

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