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Pattaya: Don't leave kids in cars - rescue called to save three year old boy locked in a Jazz

 

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Pattaya's Sawang Boriboon rescue foundation was called after a boy left in a Honda Jazz locked himself in. 

 

It took the foundation 30 minutes to get the door open much to the relief of the father and bystanders gathered in the area of the 7-Eleven at the end of Soi Nong Sadao. 

 

Mo, 3, was fine.

 

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His dad "Boy" (an assumed name) said he had only stopped for a moment to make a phone call. He left his son in the back of  the car with the engine running but he went into the driver's seat and locked himself in. 

 

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Picture: 77kaoded

 

Boy was thus unable to open the vehicle from the outside. 

 

The media reminded Thais not to leave children in their cars. 

 

Source: 77kaoded

 

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15 minutes ago, webfact said:

His dad "Boy" (an assumed name) said he had only stopped for a moment to make a phone call. He left his son in the back of  the car with the engine running

So he's even more stupid then,"engine running" what sort of parent is  this? I think he  should be castrated now to save any future offspring of this prime example of  gross negligence.

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23 minutes ago, bodga said:

So he's even more stupid then,"engine running" what sort of parent is  this? I think he  should be castrated now to save any future offspring of this prime example of  gross negligence.

I do think a stern talking too should be sufficient, or  a small fine , castration would be a stiff punishment for the offence 

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Leaving the engine running is stupidity on two levels.

As mentioned the kid could have done a lot more harm than just getting locked in and someone could have taken the chance to steal the car.

 

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5 hours ago, bodga said:

So he's even more stupid then,"engine running" what sort of parent is  this? I think he  should be castrated now to save any future offspring of this prime example of  gross negligence.

30 Minuets to open the Door using wire hooks, Where  they should have called the Locksmith & give him the make of Vehicle Honda Jazz & he would have the Door opened in less that 1 minuet. 

FYI Ph of the Locksmith if you ever need assistance with your Vehicle locked with the keys inside n no damage to your paint work, PH 086 699 6628.

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7 hours ago, bodga said:

So he's even more stupid then,"engine running" what sort of parent is  this? I think he  should be castrated now to save any future offspring of this prime example of  gross negligence.

Anyone anywhere is allowed to be a parent, absolutely no qualification needed. Bizarre, isn't it.

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10 hours ago, worgeordie said:

father named boy

says it all.

A father named boy says nothing. Just a common nickname in Thailand

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8 hours ago, bontang said:

30 Minuets to open the Door using wire hooks, Where  they should have called the Locksmith & give him the make of Vehicle Honda Jazz & he would have the Door opened in less that 1 minuet. 

FYI Ph of the Locksmith if you ever need assistance with your Vehicle locked with the keys inside n no damage to your paint work, PH 086 699 6628.

Is that an ad?

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12 hours ago, bontang said:

30 Minuets to open the Door using wire hooks, Where  they should have called the Locksmith & give him the make of Vehicle Honda Jazz & he would have the Door opened in less that 1 minuet. 

FYI Ph of the Locksmith if you ever need assistance with your Vehicle locked with the keys inside n no damage to your paint work, PH 086 699 6628.

Break a rear side window, 5 seconds and the kids would have been out, plus the father would remember never to do that again as it would have cost him some money !

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12 hours ago, bontang said:

30 Minuets to open the Door using wire hooks, Where  they should have called the Locksmith & give him the make of Vehicle Honda Jazz & he would have the Door opened in less that 1 minuet. 

Have you successfully done this here in Thailand, outside of Bangkok? Probably not..... my experience of the locals is that even when they tell you 10 minutes away. take over an hour to arrive. 

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9 hours ago, LukKrueng said:

A father named boy says nothing. Just a common nickname in Thailand

I this case ,it says everything, leaving his kid in the car with engine running,

regards Worgeordie

 

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28 minutes ago, worgeordie said:

I this case ,it says everything, leaving his kid in the car with engine running,

regards Worgeordie

 

He was thinking of his son by keeping the A/C on; and himself.  I am intrigued about who he was calling that necessitated getting out of a cool car into the hot sun.

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2 hours ago, jacko45k said:

Have you successfully done this here in Thailand, outside of Bangkok? Probably not..... my experience of the locals is that even when they tell you 10 minutes away. take over an hour to arrive. 

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