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Woman held for turning row over van seat into physical battle

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

and no more than Bt10,000 in fines for insulting another person.

Can we institute that here on ThaiVisa, using the user account PIPs as cryptocurrency??

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20 hours ago, webfact said:

The assailant faces up to two years in prison and a fine of no more than Bt40,000 for the charge of physical assault and up to a month in jail and no more than Bt10,000 in fines for insulting another person.

Seemed like a good idea at the time... now though?

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On 9/16/2020 at 2:30 PM, webfact said:

fine of no more than Bt40,000 for the charge of physical assault and up to a month in jail and no more than Bt10,000 in fines

Who's the real winner ?? Obviously none of those two ladies. 

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Am I understanding this correctly that the"victim"also put her bag on the seat next to her in an attempt to stop the lady in grey from sitting next to her. If that is the case maybe she deserved a clout.

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2 hours ago, The Theory said:

Who's the real winner ?? Obviously none of those two ladies. 

They do not mention it here but the wife says she also has to pay the lady she attacked 60,000b. There is a winner

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I like the white patterned dress. Hope this is settled with a wai and 500 baht. If more money is involved then the next attacker is gonna want more damage for the money.  Where's the video ?

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3 hours ago, jpduggan said:

Am I understanding this correctly that the"victim"also put her bag on the seat next to her in an attempt to stop the lady in grey from sitting next to her. If that is the case maybe she deserved a clout.

I agree.

That's the way I read it too.

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So, where do the Japanese cartoons and cross legged woman come into it ?

 

Do the cartoons represent the opposing parties and is the cross legged woman an arbiter of sorts ?

 

Very confusing report , even by the Nations standards ?

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And still in almost every guidebook about Thailand it is written that Thais are all sooo calm, and quiet, and polite, and never lose patience, and that it is the foreigners who lose face always in Thailand, for example when they talk a little too loud. :cheesy:

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