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Thai police warn that heavy fines, prison awaits those responsible if "Skullbreaker Challenge" goes wrong

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How stupid is it allowed to be?

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What an idiotic thing to engage in!  Now start going after the people driving the weapons on the roads

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Might actually knock some sense into them over here. Doubt it though not much in there heads to start with.

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Come on people, lets do the skullbreaker challenge, everyones doing it.  and I thought going to Thai Immigration was the skullbreaker challenge, now this..

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If they get cought, the police don't need to put them in jail or fine them , just hand them over to me i will show them some scull crushing old style . I will kick their sculls in , and then stomp on their sculls . F....ng idiots . 

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2 hours ago, Pedrogaz said:

What times we live in!

 

1 hour ago, timendres said:

More of these challenges, please. We need the culling.

 

There seem to be so many really dumb people about these days.  I hope they invent more stupid stuff like this to keep their numbers down and stop them breeding.  How, about the 'smash you nuts with a hammer challenge next'?  

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

fines up to 60,000 baht if injuries result and people can be jailed for 3 years

this is odd.

 

would expect 500 baht and a wai.  it's good enough for 'brake failure.'

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How much you have to be an idiot to make such a "game" ....

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What the Police have issued is a perfectly reasonable and responsible message of awareness. 
What else are they supposed to do?


In case the old white fogeys here criticising the Police on this action have completed their progress to having gone bush, demented and unreal, for your information it’s actually what a responsible Police service in any western country would also be expected to do.

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5 hours ago, neeray said:

Good! A proactive decision for once.

Much wiser than reactive.

 

Come on! Talk talk talk which will be followed by nothing at all. Would anyone expect anything else?

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Fits right in with my suggestion about Dueling Events, just add it into the half time arena.

"Step right up folks....."

 

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6 hours ago, Assurancetourix said:

When you know how highly the Thai police are held by the people who spend their lives on their smartphones watching all the nonsense posted by their fellows ...
They don't care ..
His words will have as much effect as brushing the dog ...

Brushing a dog has many benefits, both for the dog and the person brushing. 

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Wow that's  a great idea ... show a video demonstration of how it's  done ... even more copycats now

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Seeing <deleted> like this from the new generation kinda makes me root for the corona virus to be honest or another world war.. hopefully tik tok, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram will be banned. We were better off without it.

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I am not sure which part in the video was more stupid;
that they kicked him down in the first place or then moved his neck and head while he could have serious <deleted>.

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