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Buri Ram police chief threatens to prosecute parents as he rounds up 481 street racers

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6 hours ago, Lungstib said:

Auction off the bikes to cover expenses. Not all parents 'let' the kids have the bike, the kids just take them. No bike, no street racing. Do it regularly and sign these kids up for attitude adjustment instead of political opponents. This social irresponsibility is worse than any demonstration. The message will sink in to all involved when a 50,000b bike is gone.

Nah not auction, CRUSH the bikes, payments will still have to be made , that is a really good incentive. 

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7 hours ago, rooster59 said:

The Buri Ram police chief said the parents will either receive a warning or be required to provide a financial collateral so they can be serious about stopping their children from repeating the offence. If their children are caught racing again, the collateral will be confiscated, and the parents will be charged with abetting wrongdoing, which is punishable by up to three months in jail and/or Bt30,000 in fine.

Now, if only the Thai police and judicial system would use the same approach when addressing student hazing practices, especially when the lead to injury and death. 

 

 

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2years ago a relationoff mine asked me go and pick up her sons bike at the police station in nang rong

charge no helmet no registration no exhaust 

i get there he comes out to get some money off his mother to pay for the registration 

next I see him ride out off the police station 

I ask his mother what is happening 

her reply “ the police lent a motor bike to go to other side of nangrong to pay the registration before they would release the bike back 

as earlier noted he “ didn’t have a license “ 

also didn’t have a helmet but police let him ride one off their bikes with no license no helmet to pay for registration 

after all this we had to load the bike onto the Ute because it was too noisy 

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Chief of Police don't threaten   DO IT

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8 hours ago, khwaibah said:

 

DO IT.

as normal all talk no action

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It's not simply a matter of the police acting its how long they do it. The police action will be over within 4 weeks and then it will be back to what is was a few weeks later. 

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I guess if they introduce 'crushing' for traffic offences in general that would be fair, otherwise you guys are just picking on the kids, making life difficult for a few youngsters having fun, we could do without the righteous indignation from the old farts here with no kids, no sense of adventure, and no compassion, still steeped in the Victorian values of the west 'children should be seen and not heard'

 

 

 

 

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55 minutes ago, 473geo said:

'children should be seen and not heard'

Well put, couldn't agree more :wink:

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28 minutes ago, CGW said:

Well put, couldn't agree more :wink:

Yeah well when I see you and the other guys advocating crushing the vehicle when a motorist mows down a few motorcycles in his horseless carriage, or drives into a parked car on his motorsi, then your agreement might mean something. For now you are just out of context as you well know, unless you are agreeing you carry the antiquated Victorian values to which your copied quote was attributed.

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Ok post="14369895" timestamp="1563606954" name="prakhonchai nick" userid="34358"] Confiscate ALL vehicles, cars, trucks and motorbikes, for all motoring infractions, be it racing, speeding, no licence, no helmet etc Keep them for 1, 2 or 3 months depending on the nature of the offence, and fine the law breakers for each offence committed. Where necessary suspend the licence (where there is one) or prevent one being issued for a suitable time.
 
Separate a boy or man from his vehicle, and they will soon learn the rules of the road.

On the third offense crush the vehicles in a giant hydraulic press, charge the owners’ family an “environmental fee”. If they don’t pay dump the wreckage in front of their house.

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It's all just talk, unfortunately nothing will change. Except more kids killed riding bikes. 

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19 hours ago, faraday said:

got a steamroller, & crushed them all

when they  could  have  all  been  sold,  pretty  stupid.

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17 minutes ago, Chazar said:

when they  could  have  all  been  sold,  pretty  stupid.

And still in circulation, annoying everyone.

 

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22 hours ago, faraday said:

The Police did this in Udon about 10 days ago, at about 4am.

 

 

Later on at the main Police station, they took all the exhausts off the confiscated motorcycles, got a steamroller, & crushed them all.

The BIB could troll Thappraya Road and Thepprasit Road in Pattaya and confiscate the multitudes of scooters with modified exhausts. The all important image of Thailand is being damaged  decible by decible.

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