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Welcome to Pattaya, a friendly, family orientated resort, which the tourism Minister has assured us is completely safe wherever you go.

You mix in strange circles. I will stick to the relative safety of Go-Go-Bars, where the biggest danger is a padded bill or overly heavy companion. 

You'd be surprised how many Thai men carry a gun in their man bag. About 50% of the Thai guys I've met.

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UPDATE:

 

Pattaya: Arrest after fatal shooting - suspect was at his mum's in Surin

 

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Picture: Ruksiam News

 

Thai police have arrested a man who they say has admitted shooting Anuwat Suksamran outside a South Pattaya bar in the early hours of yesterday morning.

 

Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1123201-pattaya-arrest-after-fatal-shooting-suspect-was-at-his-mums-in-surin/

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12 hours ago, kingdong said:

So are your chances of claiming self defence of some one breaks in your house or attacks you in the street.

You are legally allowed to defend yourself using reasonable force , which can include killing your attacker

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On 9/12/2019 at 3:52 AM, Mickc said:

Yeah, I know the soi well, a friend d of mine is a manger of a small hotel that is almost in the picture. It's a tiny bar that's only attended by Thais in very small numbers.

Yeah I have nieces that live just off that soi in one of the cul-de-sacs. It's normally quiet I thought that bar was a Thai 'karaoke' as it often had girls outside. There used to be what I thought was a motorbike gang HQ in Soi Rungland a few years back. Never known any trouble in the 5 or so years I've been going there. Most of the shophouses have a farang there drinking with their mates on the round granite tables most nights next to their loss making restaurants/mini marts/coffee shops.  Who the hell would buy a condo there - another nephew went to look at a one bedroom for 4.5million for the usual crappy build. 

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On 9/12/2019 at 5:10 PM, Acharn said:

I've been trying to figure out what it means, and can't. Same with the statement that someone called him a "kha yai." The only Thai I can think of would be "big leg," which doesn't seem like any of the Thai profanities I've ever heard. Guess my market Thai needs upgrading.

it’s a short „a“ : ขยาย , meaning something like extend, enlarge, increase.

with

- amnaat extend s.o.‘s power, influence

- aanaakheet : extend a territory 

- it-thipon : increase influence 

 

... in that „environment“, that’s telling enough 😉

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On 9/12/2019 at 9:38 AM, Matzzon said:

Nickname? And I always thought that was supposed to be a short catchy one word. This is a full sentence.

Would someone like to put that in English or are we all supposed to be fluent in Thai now

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10 hours ago, biplanebluey said:

Would someone like to put that in English or are we all supposed to be fluent in Thai now

Excuse me? What do you mean?

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On 9/13/2019 at 9:40 PM, sanemax said:

You are legally allowed to defend yourself using reasonable force , which can include killing your attacker

Tell Tony Martin that,also who judges what's reasonable force is?12 people too stupid to get out of doing jury  service.

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On 9/12/2019 at 8:44 AM, webfact said:

He reportedly started shooting at security first but was cut down himself in a hail of bullets. 

Sound like the OK Coral .... how many guns in the place?

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