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Foreign Tourist Viciously Beaten by Drunken Thai Men

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PATTAYA: -- At 1:00 AM on Wednesday 20th April a 1 minute clip of a foreign tourist beaten by drunken Thai men surfaced on Social Media.

The clip filmed in front of a convenience store on Soi Kao Talo showed a Western man being viciously beaten up by two drunken Thai men.

The first man wearing red football shorts and another wearing matching blue shorts marched up and started scolding the Western man before brutally kicking him in the stomach.

They continued physically abusing the man until he fell to the ground, continuing their assault until the shopkeeper came outside and stopped them. After that the two Thai men casually walked off.

A bystander mentioned that the foreigner had been the instigator of the brawl however We love Pattaya Facebook Page have posted another clip.

Full story: http://pattayaone.net/pattaya-news/223138/foreign-tourist-viciously-beaten-drunken-thai-men/#prettyPhoto

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-- Pattaya One 2016-04-21

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I lived many years in Pattaya.

Never, never have I seen Thais men beat a stranger for no reason.

I believe that this information is incomplete.

So the comments that follow will be pure fanciful speculations as usual.

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Many Thai men are just itching to do this, and the women stand and laugh. It seems to be fairly nationwide, though in Pattaya which attracts all the dross from around the world, and the lowest levels of Thai society, it's probably going to kick off more often.

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100 baht fines for not wearing a shirt.

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The blue short and the red short are both wearing Buddhist amulets. They probably washed the hands of their parents and grandparents on the 13th in innocence. <deleted>.

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I lived many years in Pattaya.
Never, never have I seen Thais men beat a stranger for no reason.
I believe that this information is incomplete.
So the comments that follow will be pure fanciful speculations as usual.

Exactly what 'reason' justifies being kicked in the head repeatedly by 3 Thai men?

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happy Joe, on 21 Apr 2016 - 05:28, said:
I lived many years in Pattaya.
Never, never have I seen Thais men beat a stranger for no reason.
I believe that this information is incomplete.
So the comments that follow will be pure fanciful speculations as usual.

Deserved to be viscously beaten? what is it? the law of the jungle? or Pattaya has it's own laws

where people can be pummeled to the ground just because they said something that

someone didn't like?

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Seems to be an increasing trend all over Thailand, bash the farang, no longer LOS.

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I lived many years in Pattaya.
Never, never have I seen Thais men beat a stranger for no reason.
I believe that this information is incomplete.
So the comments that follow will be pure fanciful speculations as usual.

I have had two of my friends beaten one to a pulp by Thai men on both occasion robbing them for cash.

But then again you could be right they did have a reason they wanted money for drugs or who knows.

Fanciful speculation My Butt.

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Provoked or not...there is no excuse for this kind of behavior. There is a growing and encouraged xenophobia happening. Selective Tourism is in motion.

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Thais won't bash a man without reason; he must have looked at them or somethin'.

Perhaps he was petting the dog and they didn't like the way he did it?

Irregard, is there any legal recourse for this type of action in Thailand, or is it consider legally acceptable?

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