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BANGKOK 22 May 2019 09:20
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Need explanation how Thai law is working if you broke something in store (not intentionally)

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5 minutes ago, clearance said:

And 25000thb for severed plastic shop dummy hand seems a bit overpriced.  

here is one for 15,000 baht. maybe damaged clothes as well?

 

https://www.shopforshops.com/b8181swnh-style-female-mannequin-pose-1-no-head-42cm-dia-glass-base-satin_3281552/

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Yep, in Russia for example you can even sue the store. Like dummy is not fixed in place, so it can fall for a child and cause injuries 🙂

(Of course you need to proof that is was not intentional)

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Tell them to call your first friends. The Thai Tourist Police under 1155.

 

Ane expensive dummy hand. Are you sure that it wasn't a zero less? 

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5 minutes ago, clearance said:

Yep, in Russia for example you can even sue the store. Like dummy is not fixed in place, so it can fall for a child and cause injuries 🙂

Thailand is not Russia and nothing fell on any kids. I hope not too many dummies fall for a child. 

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3 minutes ago, Isaanbiker said:

Ane expensive dummy hand. Are you sure that it wasn't a zero less? 

I wasn't here, so I'm not sure. Can they ask central world administration for video recordings?

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2 minutes ago, Isaanbiker said:

Thailand is not Russia and nothing fell on any kids. I hope not too many dummies fall for a child. 

That why I'm asking what Thai Law saying about it. I bet it not just "you break it, you pay for it".

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15 minutes ago, Isaanbiker said:

Ane expensive dummy hand. Are you sure that it wasn't a zero less? 

Yep, they just sent a photo of the invoice, 25000thb.

 

So if they just run, they won't be charged? 🙂

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