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Thai man pulls gun on convenience store staffer over mask wearing - police give him SEVEN days to come in


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You cannot fault the politeness of the R.T.P., please come in within 7 days. Do your <deleted> jobs, and go looking for him, and apprehend him. He is obviously a danger to society.

You know what these fruitcakes are like when they lose face. More to the point just why are Thai citizens allowed to keep handguns in the first place licensed or otherwise. What possibly legitima

Excuse my dumb farang thinking, but wouldn't he have been better off waving a gun around WITH a mask, to make it harder for him to be identified? Or is that pushing the boat of expectation of common s

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5 minutes ago, richard_smith237 said:

Exactly that... a lunatic on the loose and why??? Laziness. 

 

IF this guy does anything else, the police are wholly complicit in his actions. Unfortunately Thailand is not a proactive society, thus, no one can be blamed for ‘not doing something’ thus, if this guy does hurt someone (or worse) the police will not take any responsibility.

 

This is how and why the police force are so ineffective in Thailand, there is no accountability.

Yep, it´s disgusting. They have a perfect picture of the guy. It´s just to go get him. I think it´s just more of pure lazyness than accountability hey just don´t give a s**t.

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

Na Noi police have issued a summons giving him seven days to come in and face a charge of having a gun in a public place. They also want to know if it is a legally held weapon.

Safe trusted Thailand

 

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5 hours ago, darksidedog said:

Excuse my dumb farang thinking, but wouldn't he have been better off waving a gun around WITH a mask, to make it harder for him to be identified? Or is that pushing the boat of expectation of common sense out too far?

You know Thais, act first think later... a lot later.

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7 hours ago, teacherclaire said:

He was angry after he was denied entry because he was not wearing a mask. 

 

Unbelievable. 

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3 hours ago, richard_smith237 said:

Exactly that... a lunatic on the loose and why??? Laziness. 

 

IF this guy does anything else, the police are wholly complicit in his actions. Unfortunately Thailand is not a proactive society, thus, no one can be blamed for ‘not doing something’ thus, if this guy does hurt someone (or worse) the police will not take any responsibility.

 

This is how and why the police force are so ineffective in Thailand, there is no accountability.

Because punishment reduction. 

 

If surrender = reduction

If admit = reduction. 

 

Calm down. He not shoot the gun. Not mass shooter. Not same USA happen today. 

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7 minutes ago, Yinn said:
4 hours ago, richard_smith237 said:

Exactly that... a lunatic on the loose and why??? Laziness. 

 

IF this guy does anything else, the police are wholly complicit in his actions. Unfortunately Thailand is not a proactive society, thus, no one can be blamed for ‘not doing something’ thus, if this guy does hurt someone (or worse) the police will not take any responsibility.

 

This is how and why the police force are so ineffective in Thailand, there is no accountability.

Because punishment reduction. 

 

If surrender = reduction

If admit = reduction. 

 

Calm down. He not shoot the gun. Not mass shooter. Not same USA happen today. 

 

You have forgotten to provide two to three linked webpages where this has also happened in other countries so its somehow ok that it happened in Thailand. 

 

The immature and juvenile approach by the police is mirrored by your post, Yinn. 

 

"He did not shoot the gun. Not mass shooter" - Not yet anyway... What would you have the police wait for? Wait until a guy shoots a 7-11 staff member or an innocent bystander before they make any effort to arrest him????

 

 

Yinn, I try hard not to disagree with nearly every post you make - but your comments are just so immature and dumbed down in the manner in which they attempt to ‘excuse’ terrible behaviour in Thailand and attempt to divert attention by pointing out it happens else where, it really is juvenile in a ’school yard’ kind of way. 

 

 

I ask you this Yinn. If this guy were to kill someone, would you be angry at the police for not doing more to apprehend him?... OK.. Forget that, its outside of your ‘inner circle of care’....  Rephrase: IF this guy were to kill someone you care about, would you be angry at the Police for not doing more to apprehend him???? 

 

I wonder if you get it now..... 

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, webfact said:

Sanook said he would be charged with having an unlicensed gun if that too proves to be the case. 

Pulling a licensed gun in public and 

9 hours ago, webfact said:

acting as though he was going to shoot.

not a problem !!! 🤨🤪😃😂🤣

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9 hours ago, greeneking said:

Why is this picture blurred?

Are you saying this might not be a gun or the public should not be told this man is dangerous and is best

avoided?

It would be the same if he was holding a cigarette or a can of beer.  The snowflake public must be protected from such images.

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