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BANGKOK 23 July 2019 12:40
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Fix a dash cam and get a 20,000 baht prize! New idea to shame (and prosecute) nutty Thai drivers

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Are the Old Bill eligible also ..

This ain't nowt new .. There's hundreds nay faas'aands of dashcam vids on Y T under car crash Thailand .. a UK mate stays up for hrs watching 'em asking " do they really drive like this over there " .. I say just look at the casualty rate for the answer .. 

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100 per month? The Bad Driving In Thailand Facebook posts darn near that many daily

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I could have a field day with this one......LOL

 

Not sure if I could show the best, but I can show daily consistently bad behavior, mainly no blinkers while lane changing, I especially love it when cars crisscross each others lanes with no blinkers, near misses everyday, must be the amulets saving them 😉

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22 minutes ago, clokwise said:

Isn't that draconian online defamation law still in place? This seems like an excellent way to get yourself thrown in jail by posting a video of a bad driver who didn't want to be "shamed".

Defamation would be a "false" claim, I think video would prove it wasn't false.

 

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Section 330. Truth as a Defense

In case of defamation, if the person prosecuted for defamation can prove that the imputation made by him is true, he shall not be punished. But he shall not be allowed to prove if such imputation concerns personal matters, and such proof will not be benefit to the public.

 

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