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Bangkok: 2,500 cars wheel-clamped in one day on Tuesday

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Law and order can be profitable. What does it cost to get a clamp off?

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Could be done in one hour if needed . . . . . . LOL rolleyes.gifwhistling.gif

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The adage "New broom sweeps well" fit perfectly here, the guy who sold the police those 2,500

or so wheels boots is the ultimate winner here... they soon going to get rusty and forgotten...

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Oh.. Please send them here to Samui... There are lots of idiots that park and block traffic and don't give a rats butt...

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Oh.. Please send them here to Samui... There are lots of idiots that park and block traffic and don't give a rats butt...

I think that is called.... 'Thainess'.

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Now, how many fines were properly paid and registered vs. those that end up in 'pockets'

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Law and order can be profitable. What does it cost to get a clamp off?

Yes one can't help but think that this is just an extra revenue exercise but if it clears some of the streets in the bigger cities, it's all good. The report states though that this will be nationwide, are the BIB really going to clamp the 'rot idan' out in the countryside? That I've got to see.

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