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Phuket: Tourist stabbed in the neck - it was something he said

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I agree... Saying anything to a guys wife can and will often result in repercussions. Perhaps an ass kicking would've been better however.....

No misunderstanding here, you don't try that in front of one man's wife and kids.  Dumbass egyptian.  


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Either now there is more reporting of crimes or because of crappy economy locals are snapping more often.

 

But personally I am still struggling to understand what imbeciles are thinking when they attack with a weapon? So he defended his wife honour and now will be locked up or have to pay a sum which he does not have . So who is the winner ?

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Another off topic trolling post about the EU has been removed. 

 

 

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Maybe he just tried to chapati him on the neck and forget he had hold of the knife.. 

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5 hours ago, darksidedog said:

I wonder how proficient the roti seller is in English? What one man says, quite possibly in jest, may have been misunderstood, though it still shows a very fragile ego to subsequently stab someone in the neck over something so minor, especially in front of his kids.

Teach the children young. 

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5 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

soon to be a misunderstanding.

Followed by a Wai....all is forgotten.  Just another lovely day in Thailand.  Normally its a machete wielding Thai lunatic confronting another on a street...just a small knife this time.  Lucky for the tourist that's all that was nearby.

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Just now, Colabamumbai said:

Teach the children young. 

About the difference between English language insults and exclamations ? could be confusing.

'<deleted> me'= is an exclamation of surprise, not an insult or an invitation

"<deleted> you"= is an insult

"B0ll0cks"= you are talking rubbish

"It's the dogs b0ll0cks"= that is very good

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Why not a good old fashioned punch up (as the brits would say) instead of a 'stab up'. What charge against the Egyptian..talk dirty language. Who spoke what language to whom when,

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3 hours ago, gravity101 said:

Reminds me a long time back when I wanted a tow bar fitted to my car, and the fitter wanted to cut a hole in my bumper. I said "<deleted>&$ that". Thinking I was using the f word AT him he proceeding to shove, kick and punch until he was separated from me by his boss. Short fuses + misunderstandings, common.

Quite unbelievable! Why do you think is it called the Land of Smiles? Oops, okay that was more than 20 years ago, okay. I got it. 

 

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45 minutes ago, TDCNINJA said:

I live in Phuket. I limit my words to Sawasdeekap  and Khap khun kap and leave it at that. So far no one has stabbed me in the neck. 

That usually doesn't happen in the first three months...

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5 hours ago, sammieuk1 said:

Just stab the remaining tourists in the neck and TAT will increase arrivals accordingly the horizontal departures will be adjusted to 🤔

But please keep smiling while you stick the knife into our necks. Thank you! 

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31 minutes ago, oldrunner said:

Why not a good old fashioned punch up (as the brits would say) instead of a 'stab up'. What charge against the Egyptian..talk dirty language. Who spoke what language to whom when,

Three (apparently) of them, one of him.

 

I hope the Thai gets a ฿500 fine and the Egyptian has to make a public apology.

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