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Pattaya: Kiwi pensioner "kicked and broke" Thai girlfriend's leg in early morning violence

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Nothing good happens at 5.30  in the morning !

I know i used go to work at this time.

 

He in all probability he got a bit overexcited with the All Blacks win

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No matter how annoying a woman may be to someone, hitting them is totally out of order!

to kick a persons leg so hard as to fracture it is serious assault!

I agree, if found guilty in court, fine, jail, then deport, and report him to kiwi police as dv offender.

The acceptance of violence by men towards women needs to be seen n called out for what it is ... abuse pure and simple.

The motivation to let an alleged offender in an ambulance with his victim says loads about the entrenched attitudes about DV in society. Whether the victim asked for him to ride with her or not authorities needed to step up to the plate and say no especially if witnesses were saying he struck her he should have been arrested and charged.

 

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24 minutes ago, yogi100 said:

It was not until Yinn explained that he was arrested that you along with the rest of us were aware of the fact.

 

There was no conclusion needed to be reached. There were witness and the story was told. Per usual all "the protect the foreigner at all cost clan" were out in force. 

Ok then. Maybe we were only a few smart enough to understand the situation already yesterday. I guess that´s your loss.

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35 minutes ago, yogi100 said:

It says in the post that the falang went to the hospital with her. That would possibly indicate that all may not be as it seems.

 

It was not until Yinn explained that he was arrested that you along with the rest of us were aware of the fact.

 

What exactly is 'shameful' about reading a news article and reaching a conclusion about an event based upon what is written in said article.

 

If we had seen the falang being led away in handcuffs and driven off in the back of a pick up truck we would have reached a different conclusion.

 

Was it not yourself who wrote that an attacker going to the hospital with his victim could be normal procedure as you claimed 'they are very soft against abuse within families and releationships'. By 'they' can we assume that you were referring to the Thai authorities.

I have no idea what OP you are reading and what explanations you were needing, when OP clearly says and i quote "Her Kiwi boyfriend was arrested." about second or third paragraph down.

 

 

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21 hours ago, Matzzon said:

This is a real piece of <deleted> that we do not need in Thailand. After a thing like this he should be heavily fined, put in jail for 1-2 years. After be deported and persona non grata for the rest of his sorry little pathetic life.

   One of the better Muay Thai fighters should teach Kiwi a lesson and kick the sghi_e out of him that his relatives won't recognize him. 

 

    It's never fair when men fight women, shame on him. 

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12 minutes ago, Matzzon said:

There was no conclusion needed to be reached. There were witness and the story was told. Per usual all "the protect the foreigner at all cost clan" were out in force. 

Ok then. Maybe we were only a few smart enough to understand the situation already yesterday. I guess that´s your loss.

No one given the full facts has tried to 'protect' this particular foreigner at all nor can you indicate where or how any of us have.

 

It's just that allowing an assailant to accompany his victim to hospital in the same vehicle let alone in an ambulance struck some of us as rather strange, that's all.

 

If someone had kicked you in the leg and broken it would you want them in the ambulance with you. I certainly wouldn't. It goes against human nature.

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Obviously the guy should not have done what he did.

 

Out of interest,  maybe some of you know: How easy is it to break a bone by kicking a leg? I guess it must be difficult but I don't know.

Can it happen from a minor kick? Or does the kicking person has to use full power to do that? Can it happen by accident?

 

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17 minutes ago, yogi100 said:

No one given the full facts has tried to 'protect' this particular foreigner at all nor can you indicate where or how any of us have.

 

It's just that allowing an assailant to accompany his victim to hospital in the same vehicle let alone in an ambulance struck some of us as rather strange, that's all.

 

If someone had kicked you in the leg and broken it would you want them in the ambulance with you. I certainly wouldn't. It goes against human nature.

Pointless! You are tiredless trying to defend everything. What has the logic of her letting him sit in the abulace to do with the wrong in kicking and breaking a leg?
See no reason to continue this with you. You will defend until you fall asleep. Good luck!
 

5 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

Obviously the guy should not have done what he did.

 

Out of interest,  maybe some of you know: How easy is it to break a bone by kicking a leg? I guess it must be difficult but I don't know.

Can it happen from a minor kick? Or does the kicking person has to use full power to do that? Can it happen by accident?

 

Generally you actually have to use quite a bit of force and power when kicking to break a leg on somebody. However, ther are weaker spots on a leg and there are also a difference in the bone quality of different persons. Not by accident, though, if you are a person that define an accident like it supposed to mean. 

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40 minutes ago, Matzzon said:

There was no conclusion needed to be reached. There were witness and the story was told. Per usual all "the protect the foreigner at all cost clan" were out in force. 

Ok then. Maybe we were only a few smart enough to understand the situation already yesterday. I guess that´s your loss.

A few months ago there was an article about a man who

hit a dog several times and it was recorded by a camera.


First it was written that his wife / girlfriend said
"please deport him" after some time it was changed to
"please DO NOT deport him" * sorry for the error.

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10 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

Obviously the guy should not have done what he did.

 

Out of interest,  maybe some of you know: How easy is it to break a bone by kicking a leg? I guess it must be difficult but I don't know.

Can it happen from a minor kick? Or does the kicking person has to use full power to do that? Can it happen by accident?

 

They could have been involved in BDSM fun at home.
She may have early osteroporosis she doesn't know about.

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21 hours ago, Yinn said:

Singlet, tattoo, fat, shave head. Lovely guy.

 

 

The singlet aint called a 'wifebeater' for nothing.

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31 minutes ago, yogi100 said:

It's just that allowing an assailant to accompany his victim to hospital in the same vehicle let alone in an ambulance struck some of us as rather strange, that's all.

Obviously the police do not have the vehicle to transport him

(The policeman on the scene has only a motorbike)

so not the best idea to put the victim and the attacker in the same vehicle

but someone has to pay the bill at the hospital (If they go to a private hospital

she should be treated more quickly)

Anyway the initial act is just unacceptable, you are not a man if you hit a girl\woman

whatever the circumstances, no excuse.

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36 minutes ago, marqus12 said:

A few months ago there was an article about a man who

hit a dog several times and it was recorded by a camera.


First it was written that his wife / girlfriend said
"please deport him" after some time it was changed to
"please DO NOT deport him" * sorry for the error.

A few month ago. Lame excuse just created to shift focus of yours and other shameful postings yesterday.

 

As I posted before. No need for further discussion, as you will only come up with one new excuse after another.

Just admitt that your posts yesterday was not correct, and stand for what you do, say and post for once in your life.

End of discussion

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