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Video: Foreign bikers gang up on Thais in shocking Pattaya violence

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On 23 September 2016 at 7:23 PM, chazzerau said:

I am quite surprised by many of the comments - People seemed to have forgot that the Van of Bikers trashed a person's scooter. They did not stop to acknowledge the incident that was clearly their fault. If it happened to you, like when a car hits another car and they did not stop, you'd give chase too.

 

The Thai fella needed to confront the driver so he can get compensated for the damage they did to his scooter. He was unlikely looking for a fight. 

 

I don't need to detail the rest....it is evident what happened and the beaten boy was a unfortunate victim of a hit and run and a violent beating. Their faces are clearly seen, there are so many eye witnesses and it was on Thai news. Those 4 thugs will now see a special side of Justice - Thai style and their jails ain't nothing like Belgian or German jails (wherever they are from) and they will now be in general population and every hard core thai gangsters/murderers will give them a very very warm welcome. What they will do to them will be far worse than the kid that got smacked up. I'm actually more worried for the bikers now! 

You make assumptions without reading the facts.

Are you actually reading the posts? It says in may posts they're Australian bikers.

 

"He was unlikely looking for a fight"  .... Did you read the car windscreen was smashed?

 

Please mate, read the posts before making assumptions and then posting YOUR own guess's .

 

You dont sound the brightest spark but with respect you didnt read all the posts before you commented.

 

i think I can safely say having met hundreds of young Thai men that they can get very aggressive and will fight in groups when that happens.

 

They love to act aggressively in all situations.

 

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6 hours ago, FritsSikkink said:

You haven't got a clue what happened, so don't talk BS

Yes......looking at the pick-up does not fit the thai version of events......it would of taken 10 thais to take these 3 guys down,but

they fought back and thai cowardness come to the fore.....

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I must admit I was surprised at the posts from the farangs to this news item.  I was expecting most farangs here on thaivisa to gang up on the bikers and suggest that they were at fault and that the police should go after them.  This is actually a heart-warming story in the knowledge that, FOR ONCE, Thai outlaw thugs were not able to take advantage of a helpless bunch of farangs.  Instead they got their butts beat, and probably still got off lucky.  I am tired of the "we have to understand their culture" thing only going one way.  Thais regularly pound farangs almost to death, then when things go to court, seldom if ever is real justice done.  Often as not, the Thais will make death threats to the farangs if they even intend to pursue charges.  As for myself, I am a motorcycle enthusiast and have found that 99.99% of all bikers....even the more notorious ones that make news headlines too often, are for the most part a law-abiding bunch of guys.  I have found that if you give them the respect that they deserve, the LAST thing you will have to worry about is their attacking you.

 

I only wish that things would turn out this way more often.  Sadly, fights in Thailand with farangs vs Thai are almost never fair.  Thais will readily gang up on foreigners like a pack of rats attacking a piece of cheese.  

 

I hope the bikers are able to evade any police thugs that will come after them as a result of what happened.  No doubt they will side with the Thais.

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the news man keeps referring to the thais as ''dek dek''...bulls#@. since when are 22 and 24 year olds children....

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Whats that old saying... never turn up for a gunfight with a knife? well it appears to apply in this instance, they went looking for trouble and found it only the boot was literally on the other foot this time...

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22 hours ago, georgegeorgia said:

You make assumptions without reading the facts.

Are you actually reading the posts? It says in may posts they're Australian bikers.

 

"He was unlikely looking for a fight"  .... Did you read the car windscreen was smashed?

 

Please mate, read the posts before making assumptions and then posting YOUR own guess's .

 

You dont sound the brightest spark but with respect you didnt read all the posts before you commented.

 

i think I can safely say having met hundreds of young Thai men that they can get very aggressive and will fight in groups when that happens.

 

They love to act aggressively in all situations.

 

Talking about not being the brightest spark......

 

I  know I'll have met many more Thai young men than you. I've worked here for 31 years and some of that time was working in technical colleges, universities and correctional facilities. 

 

You couldn't be farther from the truth. Most Thais avoid confrontation and use violence as the last resort.

 

Where do you live, out of interest?

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Talking about not being the brightest spark......
 
I  know I'll have met many more Thai young men than you. I've worked here for 31 years and some of that time was working in technical colleges, universities and correctional facilities. 
 
You couldn't be farther from the truth. Most Thais avoid confrontation and use violence as the last resort.
 
Where do you live, out of interest?

Thats cuz they cowards?

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On 9/25/2016 at 2:05 PM, cromagnon said:

I must admit I was surprised at the posts from the farangs to this news item.  I was expecting most farangs here on thaivisa to gang up on the bikers and suggest that they were at fault and that the police should go after them.  This is actually a heart-warming story in the knowledge that, FOR ONCE, Thai outlaw thugs were not able to take advantage of a helpless bunch of farangs.  Instead they got their butts beat, and probably still got off lucky.  I am tired of the "we have to understand their culture" thing only going one way.  Thais regularly pound farangs almost to death, then when things go to court, seldom if ever is real justice done.  Often as not, the Thais will make death threats to the farangs if they even intend to pursue charges.  As for myself, I am a motorcycle enthusiast and have found that 99.99% of all bikers....even the more notorious ones that make news headlines too often, are for the most part a law-abiding bunch of guys.  I have found that if you give them the respect that they deserve, the LAST thing you will have to worry about is their attacking you.

 

I only wish that things would turn out this way more often.  Sadly, fights in Thailand with farangs vs Thai are almost never fair.  Thais will readily gang up on foreigners like a pack of rats attacking a piece of cheese.  

 

I hope the bikers are able to evade any police thugs that will come after them as a result of what happened.  No doubt they will side with the Thais.

 

This gang of biker boys must be in your 0.01% then as they did a hit and run on the Thai motorcycle.

 

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If the streets were wider than a matchstick it would have never happened.

 

 

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At the Pattaya police station, the Australians handed over $5,670 (150,000 Baht) to the victims and $190 to a Thai man who reportedly took photos of the Australians before the incident.

Pattaya police chief Colonel Apichai Krobphet said he expects to file criminal charges once investigators receive medical reports about the extent of the injuries inflicted.

 

The anonymous story said the Hells Angels members were warned not to park their pick-up truck outside a bar.

"They ignored this warning and were then set upon by a group of around ten Thai men who were wielding bats, golf clubs and machetes," said the Pattaya One website.

"In an attempt to escape they clipped a parked motorbike inciting others to join the attack."

"The Aussies got out to inspect the damage to their truck and were set upon again [but] that time they retaliated and this is what is caught on the now infamous clip," said Pattaya One.

The site also posted photographs of a damaged vehicle, reportedly belonging to the Australian bikies.

Pattaya is well-known haven for criminals, drug dealers and sex workers.

 

From ABC 

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At the Pattaya police station, the Australians handed over $5,670 (150,000 Baht) to the victims and $190 to a Thai man who reportedly took photos of the Australians before the incident.
Pattaya police chief Colonel Apichai Krobphet said he expects to file criminal charges once investigators receive medical reports about the extent of the injuries inflicted.
 
The anonymous story said the Hells Angels members were warned not to park their pick-up truck outside a bar.
"They ignored this warning and were then set upon by a group of around ten Thai men who were wielding bats, golf clubs and machetes," said the Pattaya One website.
"In an attempt to escape they clipped a parked motorbike inciting others to join the attack."
"The Aussies got out to inspect the damage to their truck and were set upon again [but] that time they retaliated and this is what is caught on the now infamous clip," said Pattaya One.
The site also posted photographs of a damaged vehicle, reportedly belonging to the Australian bikies.
Pattaya is well-known haven for criminals, drug dealers and sex workers.
 
From ABC 

Old news ... this is getting boring.


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On 9/22/2016 at 11:09 AM, taichiplanet said:

very unfair fight. i hope the culprits are taught a lesson about Thainess as a normal Thai fight must consist of 5 Thais to 1 Farang.

 

 

 

 

Fighting is never a good idea, but I understand your point.

 

 

 

 

 

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