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BANGKOK 23 May 2019 15:58
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'British gang' in Udon Thani beats up Frenchmen

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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

Thats because the French surrender their capital without firing a shot.

Probably all in the shower... NOT!

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Nice to see sleepy Issan getting up to speed with the programming for quality tourism.

Foreigners fighting outside bars. Classy

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Rumour is that the guy's front teeth were false.

I guess one thing must be false, the teeth or the rumour.

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It is amazing that Brits are getting involved in so many fights in Thailand. I just don't understand why mostly they fight with other foreigners? Is it because they don't dare fighting with Thai? I think that is the reason.

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It is amazing that Brits are getting involved in so many fights in Thailand. I just don't understand why mostly they fight with other foreigners? Is it because they don't dare fighting with Thai? I think that is the reason.

I think they fear the Thais.. same Brits that call Thais cowards.

Anyway I fear everyone who likes violence and is not smart enough to think about the consequences. People without fear of repercussions of their actions are dangerous.

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It is amazing that Brits are getting involved in so many fights in Thailand. I just don't understand why mostly they fight with other foreigners? Is it because they don't dare fighting with Thai? I think that is the reason.

I think they fear the Thais.. same Brits that call Thais cowards.

Anyway I fear everyone who likes violence and is not smart enough to think about the consequences. People without fear of repercussions of their actions are dangerous.

Every one should fear Thai males.

They don't fight to ANY rules, they will join a fight with NO idea why they and others are beating down on the lone victim.

That's generally why people consider them cowards.

By the way I don't condone violence just stating what I see and hear!

I've also gotta ask Mr farouqh. Where he gets his statistics about British males fighting in Thailand???

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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.

Obviously Brit's been here too long, picked up Thai fighting methods.

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These soccer football hooligans are everywhere

unfortunately it happens all the time in england thats why i like to come over here but it seems

the mentality does not improve when they come over here , why could the british guy who crashed into the french bike apologise for been pissed, they are so numb heads sometimes

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No different than Koh Samui with British want to be Gang, Mafia Thugstrer Drug dealers and not just a couple but Many many many...They have become as annoying as the Russians.

Shut up! You don't know what you're talking about. How many people die in England per year in drug related issues and gun related issues. Then look at your own country.

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