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Video: 7-Eleven staffer attacked after face mask disagreement

 

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Thai social media was abuzz with condemnation after a 7-Eleven staffer went online to say he was attacked for following the Covid-19 rules laid out by the company. 

 

CCTV showed a man attack him with his fists. 

 

 

His post on Facebook said that he had never caused trouble to anyone. He was following the company rules in asking a man who was not wearing a mask to wait outside. He would be served there by another staffer who would bring out purchases to him.

 

The staffer has since filed a police report.

 

He said that he can't hear properly out of his left ear and his vision in his left eye is affected. 

 

Daily News did not report where the incident occurred. It featured on the Red Skull site. 

 

Netizens slammed the violence against a man just doing his job. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

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2 hours ago, smedly said:

Healthy length of charges for this ### #### 

 

Assault

Breaking Numerous Covid rules 

Could possibly have spread the virus to this innocent person doing their job

 

Hopefully a big fine and jail time

Maybe chance of fine or he say "I sorry". Let's hope he not a off duty policeman, military or a general.

😀🇹🇭

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3 minutes ago, Emdog said:

In my experience, it's usually the farangs that are morons about mask wearing. So I suppose it is newsworthy when a Thai does it.

It's only the hansum,  hi-so, I am better than you, farangs that can be taken in by girlie smiles that flout the mask rules.......😆...........................:cowboy:

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12 hours ago, Dagfinnur Traustason said:

You must be joking! We all know what it will end with. 500-2 000 baht and a wai. Just maybe, if the guy can claim loss of hearing and sight he might get some more. The <deleted> that hit him, will probably not have any money to pay him anyway. That´s how the Thai system works.

No not in the current climate. Prayut will be sending very very loud messages 

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13 hours ago, Dagfinnur Traustason said:

You must be joking! We all know what it will end with. 500-2 000 baht and a wai. Just maybe, if the guy can claim loss of hearing and sight he might get some more. The <deleted> that hit him, will probably not have any money to pay him anyway. That´s how the Thai system works.

So why are the prisons full to capacity with hundreds of thousands incarcerated?

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7 hours ago, natway09 said:

I was in a 7/11 wearing a mask 3 weeks ago & was verbally assaulted as being a "scardee cat"

by anotherr farang not wearing a mask.

No hope for some, 

How did the other foreigner get in? Not allowed where I live.. There's always a few bored motosai tough ready to help theirb7/11 friends..

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5 hours ago, tomauasia said:

No not in the current climate. Prayut will be sending very very loud messages 

So, you believe that Prayut will interfere and intervene with an isolated incident in a 7 Eleven store? Great! You might just be right, normally no one here is able to prioritise and end micromanaging. 😂
 

4 hours ago, Nout said:

So why are the prisons full to capacity with hundreds of thousands incarcerated?

You do not know Thailand very well, do you? In this country they transport drugs, kill, rape and rob on an hourly basis. I would say that´s the reason and that all crimes that I mentioned normally and rightfully are to be considered more serious than a fist to the face. Just to clarify, it is same in almost every country, if you somehow should have missed that. 🙂

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