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Ive killed a dog

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Stay clear of the guy. If more shit happens call the police.

The guy is breaking the law by making false accusations..

its ok TRANS Im having special ops tv members "take him out " Bin Laden style later.......they wont even hear the Black hawkslaugh.png

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lol head villager are you people listening to yourselves? i think its time we all went home.

Or maybe it's time that you actually visited Thailand to see how Thailand works.

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Stay clear of the guy. If more shit happens call the police.

The guy is breaking the law by making false accusations..

its ok TRANS Im having special ops tv members "take him out " Bin Laden style later.......they wont even hear the Black hawkslaugh.png

Is Dave the Walt making a comeback.

I wonder what his new forum name will be.

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I did hit a dog in a village on the way to my place.

It was daylight, I was doing maybe 60kmh and the dog ran out at the very last minute and ended up splattered all over my bumper and wheel. Medium sized dog. Instant death.

I stopped and the Mom and Pop store that saw everything were sympathetic and got a hose and started hosing the bits of dog off my truck and dragged the body to the side of the road. A few cars stopped, like they do, for mid afternoon entertainment.

Then the Owner came out and said it was his dog. Before he could say anything more I said "You are going to have to pay for the damage to the bumper and fog light and clean my truck because your dog damaged it...".

That was the end of it.

My story sounded so much better in my head.

Interestingly this neighbour admitted his dog should not have been on the road, I know the reality here but I would use the same tactics as you if I ever did kill a dog, sympathise with the owner a bit but immdiiately go into the " this is gonna cost a fair bit to fix " routine

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Get a lawyer and sue him for defamation.

NO youve gone too far "special TV Ops" is now dealing with this!!

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Kannot, I have the same sort of problem in our village. Not about dead dog but all the bullshit of farang drive too fast etc. As I drive slowly through the village have the local kids flying passed on motor bikes but that is ok. The main reason it is always farang is pure jealousy. I guarantee it. I bet they lay under a tree all day drinking then are pissed off with people who have some money or trinkets. Lazy jerks. Do what I did. Build 2.2 metre wall around 3 rai, cctv everywhere (which you have), make friends with local police boss and get a red box on the wall and have them show there face to your place often. Then let the locals go f@$# themselves. No matter what you do they will never accept you so dont give a sh#t about it. I used to do heaps for village school (their kids school), take food to there and drinks, bought computer tables and chairs for the school, made covered bike rack there for the kids, have lollies for the kids as they walked passed our place in the afternoon. The parents still wanted to talk sh#t about me and the wife around the place so now unfortunately the kids get nothing. Go to village shop. Buy a beer or lao kkhao for them the first time then you good bloke. Go do same for them second time. EXCELLENT bloke. Do not do it the third time and you are a farang ass#ole. Forget the pieces of sh#t mate. wai.gif

Some may think Im a bit Naive but I aint, I have 600 metres of wall 2 metres high, a red police box and the two coppers get taken well care of , the head of the village also gets "attention" including me being asked to go to the local Kasikorn bank to check their English skills at his request for training purposes.

His daughter is hilarious, she lives in the Uk at Uni and tells me about her boyfriend who "Dad" doesnt know about as Ive said before I have a few good locals but the bulk are just dross wasters.

Before the wall theyd wander on an "help themselves" to anything.

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Personally I wouldn't go talking to the Thais about this, I'd leave it for my wife to sort out. Thais with Thais sort these things out far easier than when we get involved.

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Sometimes Thais are jealous, envious, or just plain upset that a falang has moved into their turf. They resent the fact that you and your wife

has money to spend, and maybe show off a bit with large screen TV's, extensions to the house such as carports, balconies or patios. Their are many

issues when dealing with the locals. I would simply ignore the charges, in time after you have a big get-together and invite all to your shin-dig party, all will be forgotten. I've ran over a number of junk-yard-dogs, and will probably hit a few more before I leave. I think Thailand has more public/stray dogs then anywhere else on the planet. Not as many as there use to be in Bangkok. Either they cleaned up the streets and Soi's, or some more Philippine families arrived.

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mate, its easier to blame the farang but get him to state the time the dog was killed first or they will surely change times to negate your proof. Seems easier to pick on the foreigner but once you have ascertained a definite time show him that they are all wrong and that irt was not you although they will probably not believe the evidence anyway, guilty means they get money. Let us know how thew meeting goes.

Show em all the footage you want they will say it was your evil twin that did the dirty deed.

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You probably do drive too fast.

In this I do plead guilty BUT the canning factories lorries are way more dangerous, Im not so stupid to go crazy and will slow down but am buggered if Im gonna be framed for a flea bitten ratty dog.

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mate, its easier to blame the farang but get him to state the time the dog was killed first or they will surely change times to negate your proof. Seems easier to pick on the foreigner but once you have ascertained a definite time show him that they are all wrong and that irt was not you although they will probably not believe the evidence anyway, guilty means they get money. Let us know how thew meeting goes.

Show em all the footage you want they will say it was your evil twin that did the dirty deed.

But it WAS him!

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Sometimes Thais are jealous, envious, or just plain upset that a falang has moved into their turf. They resent the fact that you and your wife

has money to spend, and maybe show off a bit with large screen TV's, extensions to the house such as carports, balconies or patios. Their are many

issues when dealing with the locals. I would simply ignore the charges, in time after you have a big get-together and invite all to your shin-dig party, all will be forgotten. I've ran over a number of junk-yard-dogs, and will probably hit a few more before I leave. I think Thailand has more public/stray dogs then anywhere else on the planet. Not as many as there use to be in Bangkok. Either they cleaned up the streets and Soi's, or some more Philippine families arrived.

Actually I live in a modest 50m2 house with an additional 48m2 maids house come store room on 15 rai of land, i dont even have a TV..............the bloody maid does though.

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