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Scratches to a car: Security guard murders driver in broad daylight while he buys "look chin"


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5 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

Forgive me if I am wrong, but the villain of this piece seems to be someone that does not think ahead much - this prize pick up that he worried about a scratch on , will now be out of bounds to him for about the next 20-30 years. I hate to think who he will murder for all the rust on it when he gets out

Don't be too sure of that. A wai, apology,  and a few months in the monkhood. Maybe a bit of compensation, and all will be fine.

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Crazy crazy!!! I love my car and I would be very angry with anyone who damaged it. I get extra angry when I find Somchais sitting on my scooter, sometimes smoking. But murder!!!? What is wrong wi

Going to be extra careful parking from now on

Well done, Mrs Sombat, well done.  

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7 hours ago, RJRS1301 said:

Well he will not be home for a little while it seems.

 

He's probably at home now enjoying a plate of Lu Chin. I very much doubt that the police would think of looking for him there.

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5 hours ago, smew said:

anger management a huge issue in Thailand.... 

Someone should open an Anger Management Clinic for Thai people. Or is this also a Thai only job?

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you never know anymore....

 

drinking

drugs

no job

wife/gf not happy

kids

money problems

covid

 

yea, it's relatively safer if you live in a small city/town since then everyone knows everyone.  maybe that might save you....

 

this is not just a Thailand problem...it's everywhere.   people drive crazy here because they think it's more anonymous....it's not me, it's my car!!!  

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Sadly, I have witnessed many explosive situations here with Thai men ...... it always seems to end in violence if the police are not "on the spot". It's dangerous for anyone, especially a foreigner to argue, object or say anything as it will quickly turn into an unpleasant situation. I've been here nearly 20yrs & I have no Thai male friends ........ I think that fact speaks for itself. A sad fact of life here, but caution when you are out in town is a must. 

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classic Thai temper...

 

If the victim had survived I am pretty sure both of them would have been at a nice tea after one week like nothing ever happened.

 

 

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9 hours ago, holy cow cm said:

Just had it happen to my wife's new truck. some person driving at where she has her restaurant apparently hit her back bumber very hard and pushed it in. Left the scene and we don't know who. Just another A -hole Thai pcs of do do driver. If I found out who I would certainly rack the guy up with some fists. 

So you have learned nothing from this story.

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14 hours ago, AlexJohanson said:

More and more Thais are becoming “unhinged” and “out of control” many worry about what will happened to their respected leader and uncle Prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and the beloved Deleted as a hole. I’m worried too. The unrest in Thailand have to stop. Things need to go back to the way it was. “Change is no good

what nonsense are you babbling on about.  The topic is about someone scratching another guys car.  Please try to keep up  ....

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6 hours ago, IAMHERE said:

Sounds like the victim purposely scratched the mans pickup.  What can you do about a lout like that?

 

You have based that supposition on what interpretation of FACTS?

 

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1 hour ago, RJRS1301 said:

You have based that supposition on what interpretation of FACTS?

 

I based that supposition on my interpretation of "Sombat's wife had been in the juristic person's office reviewing CCTV and had seen the deceased milling about her husband's pick-up."  Not that the deceased hit the guys pickup with his scooter. I read into that that the deceased scratched the pickup on purpose. Keyed the guys pickup truck for whatever reason. 

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