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Video: Shots fired at minivan - driver hit in leg - man in custody

 

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A man has been charged with attempted murder after a road rage shooting incident in the south of Thailand on Saturday.

 

A friend of a public minivan driver was filming with his phone when shots rang out on the Asia highway heading into Had Yai on Saturday morning.

 

Driver Hollahuddin was hit in the right leg. Three shots were fired from an 11 mm gun. 

 

Local police soon had the shooter in custody. 

 

There were three men in the Honda City and the shooter was a man called Lukman, 29, from Narathiwas who was sitting in the front passenger seat. 

 

Police traced the owner of the car to Petchkasem Soi 35 in downtown Had Yai.

 

Lukman said that the other men in the car were not involved and he was angry after the van cut in front of their vehicle. 

 

He has been charged with attempted murder and several weapons offences. 

 

The incident happened at 1.10 of the video published by Sanook. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

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41 minutes ago, webfact said:

he was angry after the van cut in front of their vehicle. 

Oh tut tut, Blossom, you are a little fragile!

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Thailand desperately needs patrol cars that travel around to stop dangerous drivers.  The minivan drivers are sometimes totally crazy.  And many Thai drivers act like they own the road.

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21 hours ago, webfact said:

Lukman said that the other men in the car were not involved and he was angry after the van cut in front of their vehicle. 

People like this need to be culled from humanity

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