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Video: "It's tough being a good Samaritan these days"; "Fortuner man" flees

 

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Thai caption: Fortuner driver from hell!

 
A video posted on Facebook showed a food delivery motorcyclist chase down a driver in a Toyota Fortuner. 
 
The car had been involved in a collision underneath the Phrakhanong BTS station on Sukhumvit Road inbound in Bangkok. He had fled the scene.
 
Warawoot Pinjai - the delivery man - caught up with the Fortuner and stopped in front and asked him to exit the vehicle as there had been a collision.
 
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The driver responded by hitting his motorcycle, then reversing and nearly causing more trouble. 
 
A later post showed that the police had caught up with "Fortuner man" outside the Ekkamai bus station opposite Soi 63.
 
The media described him as a well dressed older man. 
 
Warawoot said it was tough being a good Samaritan these days.
 
Source: Sanook
 
 
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-- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2019-11-14
 
 

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6 minutes ago, webfact said:

The media described him as a well dressed older man. 

Not a petulant child? 

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It really is better just not to get involved.

My days of helping out are well behind me.

One of the things that living here has changed in me.

I do feel sorry for the bike driver though.

Bet he's learnt his lesson too.

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His helmet says it all...

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31 minutes ago, webfact said:

The media described him as a well dressed older man. 

They say that cloths makes the man, apparently not with this hot headed buffoon...nor his age either by the look of it...

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6 hours ago, CelticBhoy said:

It really is better just not to get involved.

My days of helping out are well behind me.

One of the things that living here has changed in me.

I do feel sorry for the bike driver though.

Bet he's learnt his lesson too.

And that's what is wrong with society. The "I'm alright Jack so s@rew you attitude" until you need help. Sad you have let yourself be changed. Your last statement makes me think maybe not long in Thailand..... Lol keep safe. 

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10 hours ago, webfact said:

Warawoot said it was tough being a good Samaritan these days.

 

So the phrase “good Samaritan” is well known and used in Thai?

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No where else in the world are there so many individuals who consider themselves “entitled”.

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13 minutes ago, Nkpjed said:

No where else in the world are there so many individuals who consider themselves “entitled”.

You mean expats in Thailand? 

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13 hours ago, Scot123 said:

And that's what is wrong with society. The "I'm alright Jack so s@rew you attitude" until you need help. Sad you have let yourself be changed. Your last statement makes me think maybe not long in Thailand..... Lol keep safe. 

26 years and counting.

Seen a lot of changes in both me and society.

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