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Pattaya: High power electricity pole wavering in the wind - nothing doing!

 

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Picture: Sophon Cable TV

 

Sophon reported that a high power electricity pole was snapped on Sukhumvit Road in Pattaya.

 

But the Provincial Electricity Authority - despite being called many times - had done nothing.

 

The locals are convinced that the pole snapped in the wind and is now about to fall on someone's head or on a passing vehicle. 

 

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Picture: Sophon Cable TV

 

The base of the pole seemed to be in bad shape, just secured by a few flimsy wires. 

 

The pole is at the end of Soi 29/1 near the Mitr Yon showroom.

 

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Picture: Sophon Cable TV

 

Some locals called in the media to get some action from the electrical authorities and helped out with some pointing.

 

Poster on the story Prap W. said a tad facetiously: "It is right under PEA noses yet they can't see it. Weird!"

 

Source: Sophon Cable TV

 

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The Bali Hi fix-it crew can attend to it. Slap on some blue paint, install a few signs with catchy slogans and cap it off with the mandatory photo op comprised of the usual suspects.

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7 hours ago, KeeTua said:

Honda girl: Nice straight forearm, index finger slightly elevated and at a perfect angle. 10 points.

A tad overweight for my taste, but as you say KeeTua; a good pointer. . 

 

Nice Rolex.

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What about the ones front of Rompo market Jomtien 2 nd road , unless they’ve been fixed ?  And the crossing in front which is hilarious ! Worth a photo if anyone has one . It has everyone laughing, with its huge cement blocks in the middle of the crossing obliging  ladies  with prams / pushchairs, older generation to climb over them !!!! And what about wheelchairs ?? This one deserves a prize !!! 

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22 hours ago, webfact said:

 

But the Provincial Electricity Authority - despite being called many times - had done nothing.

 

Probably not their pole. They've got lots of crews and trucks and could replace that in a few hours.

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On 11/11/2020 at 10:24 AM, webfact said:

The locals are convinced that the pole snapped in the wind and is now about to fall on someone's head or on a passing vehicle. 

Not a problem - the wires will keep it tied together!😏

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