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"Sauce" of annoyance! Neighbors patch up differences after Nam Pla poured over parked car

 

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A Thai woman called Wiphawan, 26, was furious after a male neighbor poured fish sauce all over her Toyota Altis car parked in a housing estate in Sri Racha, Chonburi. 

 

Nam Pla is a very popular ingredient in Thai food but its salty smell tends to linger - especially when spilled, notes Thaivisa. 

 

In this case it wasn't spilled but deliberately poured over the Altis - the neighbor was cross that his parking space outside his property was being taken.

 

Deputy station chief Pol Lt-Col Krerksin Buracharoen called the warring parties in and the unnamed male neighbor promised to pay compensation in full. 

 

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Wiphawan said fair enough, and hoped this would end his shenanigans. She thanked the police for their prompt mediation in the matter.

 

Pol Lt-Col Krerksin agreed that arguments over parking spaces could be a sauce of annoyance.

 

He urged the public to settle their parking troubles amicably - if they can't do that they should go to the juristic person's office for guidance. 

 

Sources: Daily NewsDaily News

 

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23 minutes ago, Dmaxdan said:
39 minutes ago, webfact said:

Pol Lt-Col Krerksin agreed that arguments over parking spaces could be a sauce of annoyance.

Clever. 

Hello, is that your handiwork Rooster?

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47 minutes ago, webfact said:

A Thai woman called Wiphawan, 26, was furious after a male neighbor poured fish sauce all over her Toyota Altis car

What a disgusting offence! This will sure topple the name calling "water monitor" for the firt place of horrendous things.

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

and hoped this would end his shenanigans

Somehow I don't think so... the guy has a smug grin on his face as though he doesn't care that he's in the police station getting a verbal warning!

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This is what thai police are trained for,enforcing petty tolerance and patience issues....good thing the roads are safe and all the vehicles  meet emission standards...............

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More efficient thing to do is 20 ml syringe of prawn juice injected into the door seal rubber, never find the “sauce” of the stink, nor get rid of it, permeates entire car

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A pristine example of selfishness and egoism. Had such a "neighbour" blocked my drive-in all the time. Took 15 pictures and then got the police to organize a tow truck; B 4'000 later he understood - finally! 

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Surely the police have more important things to deal with than a neighbourhood spat.  Perhaps enforcing rules and laws on the streets, highways and byways of the nation should take precedence.

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Who ate all the pies?  That cop looks like he should be pounding the beat.

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17 hours ago, RJRS1301 said:

More efficient thing to do is 20 ml syringe of prawn juice injected into the door seal rubber, never find the “sauce” of the stink, nor get rid of it, permeates entire car

In my youth, Australian made cars rusted so easily that people would coat the inside of the doors with fish oil. The owner of a car for sale would proudly declare that it had been fish oiled.

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