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Twelve year old gang leader thought it was fun to throw stones at vehicles on the motorway


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6 hours ago, Greyhat said:

Did anyone here not do something stupid and dangerous as a kid? Hopefully this will be a learning experience for them and they'll straighten up and fly right.

We did trespass on to the railway near my folks house and put pennies on the line , after a 100 ton steam loco flattened them they looked quite splendid. The other thing near the same railway line was getting balls of clay from a stream putting them on short wooden canes and firing them at double decker buses , plo plop plop. Oh what fun we had . Would still enjoy doing that , growing old is mandatory , growing up is optional.

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20 hours ago, Greyhat said:

Did anyone here not do something stupid and dangerous as a kid? Hopefully this will be a learning experience for them and they'll straighten up and fly right.

not to "other"  people,  no.

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23 hours ago, KhunKenAP said:

What was a 12-year old doing driving a motor bike?

 

Don't worry. He was very experienced on a bike. Been riding since he was 6 years old

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21 hours ago, Handsome Gardener said:

That's not even close to being true is it

I assume you are being facetious.

I will answer you seriously though.

 

It happens 7/24 every day hundreds or thousands of times.

 

 

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On 8/13/2019 at 10:47 AM, KhunKenAP said:

What was a 12-year old doing driving a motor bike?

That's old in Thai years to be driving a motor bike. Just go to any Issan village and you will see 6-8 year old little kids driving motorbikes everywhere......One careless screwed upped society Thailand is.

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21 hours ago, possum1931 said:

It has happened in the UK too, and by grown men. During the miners strike in the eighties, miners through things from a bridge and killed one of their own.

Brings to mind a truckers strike in the US some years ago.  Strikers stood on overpasses with cinderblocks tied to a rope, the other end tied to the railing.  The rope length was measured to put the block directly into the windshield of any trucks passing beneath the overpass.

 

Labor strikes have a way of bringing out the brutal, ugly side of what are normally decent people. 

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