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"Bow down to me!" incident: Oops - they're all drunk!

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"Bow down to me!" incident: Oops - they're all drunk!

 

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Picture: Daily News

 

Muang Krabi police who arrived at the scene of a collision between two motorcycles on Saturday night saw a man ordering another man to get down on his knees and "graap thao". 

 

The driver of the motorcycle with sidecar refused to apologize in this manner so his relative took over the bowing duties and got down on her hands and knees. 

 

However, this failed to end the argument and police decided to take the two men into the police station. 

 

They were both found to be drunk and were booked for DUI. 

 

Sunee Sa-art, 43, said she decided to bow down to the other man instead to end the standoff but it didn't work. The man who had been ordered to "graap" was her brother-in-law. 

 

There was no damage to the bikes but they ended up being charged for DUI, she said.

 

Thaivisa notes  that Graap Thao is a gesture of apology, contrition or thanks in which a person puts their head to the floor at the feet of another person. 

 

It is considered more powerful than a mere "wai". 

 

Source: Daily News

 

 
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38 minutes ago, webfact said:

It is considered more powerful than a mere "wai".

What unit of measurement is the Wai and Graap Thao measured in?

 

And how many Wais to the Graap Thao?

 

 

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43 minutes ago, webfact said:

Sunee Sa-art, 43, said she decided to bow down to the other man instead

That was nice of her.

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49 minutes ago, webfact said:

Thaivisa notes  that Graap Thao is a gesture of apology, contrition or thanks in which a person puts their head to the floor at the feet of another person. 

 

It is considered more powerful than a mere "wai". 

I thought "Graap Thao" only was done by someone to drunk to do a regular "wai"

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16 minutes ago, Farangwithaplan said:

What unit of measurement is the Wai and Graap Thao measured in?

And how many Wais to the Graap Thao?

Do you want that in imperial or metric?

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Grap thao  ...yes they are a grown up lot ..

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15 minutes ago, mok199 said:

Grap thao  ...yes they are a grown up lot ..

Better than shaking the unwashed hand of some others.

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Silly me. I thought the title read "Blow me" and that's why she decided to go down.

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this happens out in front of my house sometimes.

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3 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

this happens out in front of my house sometimes.

You have something people are tripping over?

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Just now, losworld said:

You have something people are tripping over?

His ego?

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2 hours ago, HLover said:

Better than shaking the unwashed hand of some others.

yes  much better on the floor where the dogs,cats ,rats all dump their  loads etc

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16 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

this happens out in front of my house sometimes.

Bad sidewalks eh?

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