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'British gang' in Udon Thani beats up Frenchmen

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If anyone is the least bit interested in what really happened this is part of a local report of the incident .... Apparently a British fellow while parking his bike knocked a Helmet off another bike. A Frenchman from the Bar next door came out to investigate as it was his Helmet. The Brit apologized for the accident which was accepted, and both men shook hands. At that moment the Frenchman's friend came out thinking his mate was in a bit of bother and was quite loud and animated in the process. The Brits friends similarly came out to see what all the commotion was about, and push came to shove before a couple of punches were thrown. There was no such thing as a British Gang, just a silly misunderstanding ....


Finally, someone speaks the true events. Thank you.

As if that makes it any more acceptable.

Yes; I'm afraid it does. At Agincourt the Brits outnumbered 6-1 .... so yes, fellow Brits helping an un-armed, helmet-less compatriot is something that should be applauded. "Brothers In Arms" spirit of our commonwealth nations .... Rolf Harriss' Two Little Boys springs to mind.

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A group of guys attacked someone. Why are their nationalities so important in this assault?

You know that many on this forum cannot resist a gratuitous bit of "Brit bashing"........

It's fair game, the Brits did bash the French first wink.png

I think they have been "bashing" each other for 100s of years! whistling.gif

Yep Ask Richard Sharp

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If anyone is the least bit interested in what really happened this is part of a local report of the incident .... Apparently a British fellow while parking his bike knocked a Helmet off another bike. A Frenchman from the Bar next door came out to investigate as it was his Helmet. The Brit apologized for the accident which was accepted, and both men shook hands. At that moment the Frenchman's friend came out thinking his mate was in a bit of bother and was quite loud and animated in the process. The Brits friends similarly came out to see what all the commotion was about, and push came to shove before a couple of punches were thrown. There was no such thing as a British Gang, just a silly misunderstanding ....

Finally, someone speaks the true events. Thank you.

As if that makes it any more acceptable.

He didn't say that it was acceptable, he was merely explaining what is probably the more likely explanation for the altercation. Or are you trolling?

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If anyone is the least bit interested in what really happened this is part of a local report of the incident .... Apparently a British fellow while parking his bike knocked a Helmet off another bike. A Frenchman from the Bar next door came out to investigate as it was his Helmet. The Brit apologized for the accident which was accepted, and both men shook hands. At that moment the Frenchman's friend came out thinking his mate was in a bit of bother and was quite loud and animated in the process. The Brits friends similarly came out to see what all the commotion was about, and push came to shove before a couple of punches were thrown. There was no such thing as a British Gang, just a silly misunderstanding ....

Finally, someone speaks the true events. Thank you.

As if that makes it any more acceptable.

Yes; I'm afraid it does. At Agincourt the Brits outnumbered 6-1 .... so yes, fellow Brits helping an un-armed, helmet-less compatriot is something that should be applauded. "Brothers In Arms" spirit of our commonwealth nations .... Rolf Harriss' Two Little Boys springs to mind.

CCx

Rolf harris had two little boys?

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Sell the bar and the Harley and use the money to buy the victim a new pair of teeth. In a perfect world, the bar would go up in flames tonight with the 5 culprits (and the Harley old scrap metal piece of $# ite) locked in it :)

The French are taking up a collection to fix the loud mouths teeth. Care to donate?

Your front teeth will do...

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maybe the brits walloped the french because they got a bit mouthy / were being a55holes / shouted some abuse at the lad that crashed into their bikes / were there really only 2 french there?? they usually only hang around in their own cliques so i suspect more nearbye?? i dont know the british lads , but im sure these french are no angels...and im sure there is more to the story than what some amateurish paper is reporting

It`s because the French have never forgiven the British for beating them at the battle of Trafalgar. Personally I have nothing against the French, I do enjoy their wines and cheeses and once had a mad passionate affair with a Fifi in Paris.

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maybe the brits walloped the french because they got a bit mouthy / were being a55holes / shouted some abuse at the lad that crashed into their bikes / were there really only 2 french there?? they usually only hang around in their own cliques so i suspect more nearbye?? i dont know the british lads , but im sure these french are no angels...and im sure there is more to the story than what some amateurish paper is reporting

It`s because the French have never forgiven the British for beating them at the battle of Trafalgar. Personally I have nothing against the French, I do enjoy their wines and cheeses and once had a mad passionate affair with a Fifi in Paris.

More like,they have never forgiven us for all the help we gave them in WW2

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If anyone is the least bit interested in what really happened this is part of a local report of the incident .... Apparently a British fellow while parking his bike knocked a Helmet off another bike. A Frenchman from the Bar next door came out to investigate as it was his Helmet. The Brit apologized for the accident which was accepted, and both men shook hands. At that moment the Frenchman's friend came out thinking his mate was in a bit of bother and was quite loud and animated in the process. The Brits friends similarly came out to see what all the commotion was about, and push came to shove before a couple of punches were thrown. There was no such thing as a British Gang, just a silly misunderstanding ....

Finally, someone speaks the true events. Thank you.

As if that makes it any more acceptable.

Yes; I'm afraid it does. At Agincourt the Brits outnumbered 6-1 .... so yes, fellow Brits helping an un-armed, helmet-less compatriot is something that should be applauded. "Brothers In Arms" spirit of our commonwealth nations .... Rolf Harriss' Two Little Boys springs to mind.

CCx

Hang on a bit Rolf is an Aussi kiddy fiddler!!!!:o

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maybe the brits walloped the french because they got a bit mouthy / were being a55holes / shouted some abuse at the lad that crashed into their bikes / were there really only 2 french there?? they usually only hang around in their own cliques so i suspect more nearbye?? i dont know the british lads , but im sure these french are no angels...and im sure there is more to the story than what some amateurish paper is reporting

It`s because the French have never forgiven the British for beating them at the battle of Trafalgar. Personally I have nothing against the French, I do enjoy their wines and cheeses and once had a mad passionate affair with a Fifi in Paris.

Yes their wine and cheese is good,Also most french woman i know were as easy as the slope woman ,and do fantastic things

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maybe the brits walloped the french because they got a bit mouthy / were being a55holes / shouted some abuse at the lad that crashed into their bikes / were there really only 2 french there?? they usually only hang around in their own cliques so i suspect more nearbye?? i dont know the british lads , but im sure these french are no angels...and im sure there is more to the story than what some amateurish paper is reporting

It`s because the French have never forgiven the British for beating them at the battle of Trafalgar. Personally I have nothing against the French, I do enjoy their wines and cheeses and once had a mad passionate affair with a Fifi in Paris.

Was Fifi a poodle?
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maybe the brits walloped the french because they got a bit mouthy / were being a55holes / shouted some abuse at the lad that crashed into their bikes / were there really only 2 french there?? they usually only hang around in their own cliques so i suspect more nearbye?? i dont know the british lads , but im sure these french are no angels...and im sure there is more to the story than what some amateurish paper is reporting

It`s because the French have never forgiven the British for beating them at the battle of Trafalgar. Personally I have nothing against the French, I do enjoy their wines and cheeses and once had a mad passionate affair with a Fifi in Paris.

Was Fifi a poodle?

Not a poodle, but must admit now thinking back, she was a bit of a dog.

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Two bullets in the chest will settle any argument. coffee1.gif

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Two bullets in the chest will settle any argument. coffee1.gif

a bit extreme, i would only feel the need to put a couple of bullets in someone´s chest if they had

1-- attacked my missus

2-- touched my kids

3...threatened any of my family

4.. a terrorist

5.. support glasgow rangers wink.png

6...broke into my apartment and stole from me

and 7... spiked or forced any drugs into someone i know

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Khaosod Thai said that the British guy who reversed his bike and knocked over the French guy's bike is a part owner of the Last Bar and called Thomas. He was the one who called over his mates that carried out the attack.

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Picture of the injured parties with their wives at the police station.

Thank you for calling out this tiny punk half woman by name. We need more of that. Shame the bitch. He is afraid to fight on his own. What a coward. What a wimp. What a sad, sad sack of a man child. Boycott the bar forever. Pass the word. Do everything in your power to soil this punks reputation. What little of it that remains.

Welcome traveller of time and space. For your requisite pitchfork, please follow the signs for 'HomePro'. In your moneysack you should find a red token bearing a head, use this for barter with the shopkeeper.

A pitchfork might be kind of an extreme act. I was thinking a flogging in the public square, with his pants down to his ankles.

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maybe the brits walloped the french because they got a bit mouthy / were being a55holes / shouted some abuse at the lad that crashed into their bikes / were there really only 2 french there?? they usually only hang around in their own cliques so i suspect more nearbye?? i dont know the british lads , but im sure these french are no angels...and im sure there is more to the story than what some amateurish paper is reporting

It`s because the French have never forgiven the British for beating them at the battle of Trafalgar. Personally I have nothing against the French, I do enjoy their wines and cheeses and once had a mad passionate affair with a Fifi in Paris.

Queetz - Russians defeated French (under Marshal Ney)

Sacile - Austrians defeated French (under Eugene)

Aspern-Essling - Austrians defeated French

Kliastitzy - Russians defeated French (Oudinot)

Svolna - Russians defeated French (Oudinot)

Vinkovo - Russians defeated French (Murat)

2nd Polotzk - Russians defeated French (Oudinot, Victor)

Viasma - Russians defeated French

2nd Krasnoi - Russians defeated French (Roguet and NAPOLEON)

Plechenitzi - Russians defeated French (Oudinot)

Möckern - Russians and Prussians defeated the French (Eugène)

Luckau - Russians and Prussians defeated French (Oudinot)

Gross-Beeren - Russians and Prussians defeated French (Oudinot)

First Pirna - Russians defeated French (St. Cyr)

Second Katzbach - Prussians defeated French (Macdonald)

Second Pirna - Russians defeated French (Vandamme)

Kulm - Russians, Prussians, Austrians defeated French (Vandamme)

Dennewitz - Prussians defeated French and allies (Ney)

Wartenberg - Prussians defeated French and allies (Bertrand)

Möckern - Allies defeated French (Marmont)

Leipzig - Russians, Prussians, Austrians defeated French (NAPOLEON)

La Rothière - Russians, Austrians, Prussians, Bavarians defeated French (NAPOLEON)

Bar-sur-Aube - Austrians, Russians, Bavarians defeated French (Oudinot)

Lâon - Prussians, Russians defeated French (NAPOLEON)

Fismes - Prussians defeated French (Marmont)

Arcis-Sur-Aube - Allies defeated French (NAPOLEON)

La Fère Champenoise - Russians defeated French (Marmont and Mortier)

Paris - Allies defeated French ( Marmont and Mortier)

The failures and defeats were not something limited only to the Napoleonic wars. World War 2 was a humilation for the French army. Even though millions of French troops were manning the defensive Maginot Line in early 1940, Hitler's brilliant blitzkrieg strategy caught the Allies by surprise. The Germans skirted the Maginot Line and slashed into France through Luxembourg and the Ardennes Forest. The Blitzkrieg moved with lightning speed as Hitler's tanks turned and raced headlong to the sea. They reached the English Channel on May 21 cutting off the French and British armies in the North. The Germans turned again, fighting their way north to secure the coastal ports and annihilate the trapped armies. Germany occupied France within just 6 weeks.

And this was only in the modern era. Let us not forget earlier battles in Normandy. And the later battle of Agincourt, in the 14th century, where 6,000 British soldiers defeated nearly 30,000 French soldiers, in one of the decisive battles of the hundred year war. Their history is very colorful.

Amongst my friends, I am one of the few that is a French supporter. I love their wines (especially Red Burgundies, pinot noir does not get any better than that) their cheese is sublime, and they are pretty good at fashion. Citroens and Peugeots are decent cars. Not to sound too harsh, but what has France contributed on the world stage in the past half century? Their golden age seemed to end with the death of their post impressionist painters.

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