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Drunk driver blames his GPS after he gets stuck on the railway line

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10 hours ago, Vacuum said:

So he blindly followed the GPS anad didn't realized that he was driving on the railroad? He should stop drinking as he obviously can't handle alcohol.

Better to stop driving. Leave the driving to Grab, and concentrate on what you enjoy.

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13 hours ago, TConthePC said:

Blames his gps, yep. GPS = General P*sshead State.

got to blame something, glasses might be a more appropriate blame, glasses of whiskey!

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In several Western countries it would mean serious jailtime. In several countries in the Middle East it would mean death penalty by deheading !!!!

 

In Thailand about 500 THB fine...

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18 hours ago, TConthePC said:

Blames his gps, yep. GPS = General P*sshead State.

Be fair, he probably had the English version

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not my fault honest no enough Samsung  tonight and I blame the gps.lets hope the police and insurance take it easy on me

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10 hours ago, NE1 said:

If there is a left turn just after the level crossing , the GPS will tell you to " turn left now " which I presume is what this muppet did. 

 

Without powers of observation it seems, I know some roads here are atrocious, but not as bad as it would have felt the minute you were on the rail line.

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Too bad the trains were not running, as the picture would have been a bit

different.  They guy was lucky in many ways, as he only may be charged, but

not likely. Thailand!

Geezer

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