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"Lying" taxi driver's 78th airport offence - but the fine is only 200 baht!

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

He was a habitual transgresser who always touted for passengers on the 4th floor rather than joining the proper queue downstairs at the terminal. 

 

The big question is: Did he have a permit to go to the proper queue (read: paid for that?)

 

And those touting taxi's should use their meter which is the law. That way they would get customers much faster to be out of there.

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

He said this was the man's 78th similar offence.

Slow learner....

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4 hours ago, colinneil said:

What a joke, 78 times he is only fined 200 baht, so he will just carry on, doing just as he pleases, he will make the 200 baht back on his first passenger.

Wake up you silly sods, fine him 10.000 baht, ban him, problem solved.

Why...saying somebody is "picking on you" is not breaking the law. He parked illegally 78 times and paid the fine 78 times. Even back home...if you parked illegally 78 times you would be fined the same standard fine every time for that offence. It does not increase according to the amount of times you were clamped ?

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Come on, seriously: what does it take to put that vermin out of a job? A murder?

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1 minute ago, dotpoom said:

Why...saying somebody is "picking on you" is not breaking the law. He parked illegally 78 times and paid the fine 78 times. Even back home...if you parked illegally 78 times you would be fined the same standard fine every time for that offence. It does not increase according to the amount of times you were clamped ?

You'll find that quite a few countries have systems that don't tolerate recurring offences. Usually the fine increases, or it gets to a point where the offence history gets to a tipping point where there are laws for screwing around with the law!

 

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