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Tourists beaten up by nightclub security on Phuket (VIDEO)
By Coconuts Bangkok

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PHUKET: -- A video of five nightclub security guards viciously beating up two tourists on Phuket has been widely shared online.

The 48 seconds of footage shows the men, wearing black shirts, kicking and punching the two foreign men who do not fight back.

The video has attracted more than 275,000 views.

The incident happened at the popular nightlife area Soi Bangla, Phuket, on Wednesday night. The attackers only stopped when bystanders asked them to leave the tourists alone.

Full story: http://bangkok.coconuts.co/2015/10/08/tourists-beaten-nightclub-security-phuket-video

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-- Coconuts Bangkok 2015-10-08

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Not the Aussie Bar, that is entrance to Soi Gonzo, and they ar from the White Room which is at the end. Whilst not defending bouncers, best not to get drunk and act up in nightclubs here.

Only here?

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Not the Aussie Bar, that is entrance to Soi Gonzo, and they ar from the White Room which is at the end. Whilst not defending bouncers, best not to get drunk and act up in nightclubs here.

please read. 'Staff from the Aussie bar'

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Why cant Thai guys ever fight one-on-one? - they always need a group of guys to beat up one victim. (and usually use a stick or pole or baseball bat or taser on top of their fists and feet). they always fight so brutal and animalistic without any care of getting caught (and what their punishment would be).

they have the same mentality as the American Police!

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Whoever shot the video was very lucky that the thugs did turn on him/her. Remember what happened to Captain Mark taking video of a beating outside Thaipan ....

These were my intitial thoughts as well, LIK.

Towards the end of the beating, one of the Thai guys appears to walk right in front, and very near to the photographer, who is obviously standing in The Aussie bar, which is perhaps what saved them from a similar fate.

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as usual

old drunkard farang men complaining about thais "ganging up" while its the same shit in the west. It's always gang beat downs. 1v1's are as comon in thailand as in the rest of the world.

And as usual, theres is a 90% chance the 2 guys did deserve a beat down, so lets not get on our high horses and complain that it was too violent.

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What happened to the non violent attitude?

This is the "non violent" control of tourists.

The "violent" control of tourists involves knives, clubs, machettes and guns. :)

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as usual

old drunkard farang men complaining about thais "ganging up" while its the same shit in the west. It's always gang beat downs. 1v1's are as comon in thailand as in the rest of the world.

And as usual, theres is a 90% chance the 2 guys did deserve a beat down, so lets not get on our high horses and complain that it was too violent.

And if one of the guys had died from a kick to the head - I suppose you would say they "deserved" that as well.

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as usual

old drunkard farang men complaining about thais "ganging up" while its the same shit in the west. It's always gang beat downs. 1v1's are as comon in thailand as in the rest of the world.

And as usual, theres is a 90% chance the 2 guys did deserve a beat down, so lets not get on our high horses and complain that it was too violent.

And exactly what was was wrong with asking them to leave the bar or throwing them out if needed?

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Phuket night club fires bouncers after brutal beating of Aussie tourists

Management from the White Room Night Club in Patong today denounced the violent actions of five of their bouncers in a confrontation with six Australian tourists last night.

A video of security guards brutally beating two of the Australian tourists was shared on Facebook and quickly went viral.

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phuketgazette.net: http://www.phuketgazette.net/phuket-news/Phuket-night-club-fires-bouncers-brutal-beating/62108

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One would expect bouncers employed by an entertainment establishment to act professionally and use minimal force (if any), even when under provocation, to evict any unruly patrons.

Obviously this was not the case here, where the bouncers' lack of anger management skills and thug temperament got the better of them. Very unprofessional and should be sacked.

Who would expect that? Maybe someone who hasn't been inside or near a nightclub in 20+ years?

This happens the world over and most bouncers are <deleted> who need little provocation.

HA ! Bouncers kicking off ?

Try a fight between two girls in London for a proper fight then

The whole road closed and a near riot

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3262459/Police-shut-street-fight-outside-station-turns-riot.html

You will get far worse than this in any town in the UK on a Friday or saturday night multiple times over

I have seen this many times over the years. Tourists that think they are back in their home towns and think they can give it the Big I Am. They are then reminded they are not back home when a bunch of little Thai's beats the crap out of them thumbsup.gif

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As far as myself and several others are concerned it is now open season on anyone wearing one of those shirts, involved or not. May as well be wearing a bullseye. Enjoy fellas!

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