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BANGKOK 26 March 2019 04:46
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Video: Foreign bikers gang up on Thais in shocking Pattaya violence

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These older 'bikies' are wearing their "patches" on the back of their tops....with cct close up should t be hard to id them. As for being foreign "bikers", maybe they are locals with a local bikers chapter, again their patches would establish this.

n As for the Thai kids, they did have their Honda PCX, which would be they're prize possession, run over by the others. If someone did that to you or I then would you not want to identify them for reimbursement, as the kids did not try to fight. Because some Thai kids fight it didn't mean they all do. But it pleases some here to tar everyone with the same brush..stereotyping.

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6 hours ago, awayego said:

I don't care for thuggery no matter who the thugs are but I have to say, try as I might, I can't raise any sympathy for the Thai guys.

How often have we seen sickening violence perpetrated by a gang of Thais against one or two individuals, farang or otherwise, simply because their numbers give them the confidence they wouldn't have in a one on one situation.

How easily this story could have been the other way around if there had been only one farang in the car.

 

I totally agree, if , eg. some thais in , say bankgkok, bash a farrang,then a thai in , say , pattaya shoud be bashed as a reprimand. But then again, I only have an IQ of 31.

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to anyone here insulting the bikers, BE HAPPY you was not alone in that car....
would not been the first time this <deleted> beat a foreigner to death or stabbed him

and they really giving a rats if you are alone and they are 10 ;)

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Why are these bikers types allowed to stay ? They come here looking for trouble & usually find it or start it. Shouldn't be tolerated, need to understand they are guests in this country, same as all foreign visitors & ought to show respect. If they can't, deport them!! 

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In all my years i have never seen one bikie in a fight, same same as thais, If they dont out number the opponents, then they run.

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1 minute ago, duke nukem said:

Yeah whatever, I have lived here for years you hero.


ROFL... even worse you learned nothing :D
But anyways,  DONT FEED THE TROLL is obviously the only answer in your direction here AH
 

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This happened last weekend, and if they're smart they will be out of the country by now. 

 

Is this a case of "When in Rome, do as the Romans do?"

 

:violin:

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You might want to consider why Thai guys were chasing the assailants vehicle in the first place? 

 

You might argue that they wanted to remonstrate with the driver and seek compensation for damage to the bike? No harm done in this case. Or was their aim to inflict some violence on the driver, Thai style? In a situation where you hit something by accident do you stay or move on? It's a dilemma. In my own country, you stay and sort out amicably via insurance. But here you might get beat up very badly. 

 

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We are on the 5th page of replies to this thread and I have read many replies but not all. So maybe I missed someone else pointing out what I am about to.

In any case I think most decent people would agree that Stronger Powers (in this case a gang of bikers) against weaker powers is wrong to do serious bashing and not let up.

As far as judging the bikers by their looks, it is only natural to judge a book by it's cover, everybody does it and it works well in MOST cases, this case being no exception.......

BUT......... Have you watched the video at all??????   If you did and and you saw the damage that the bikers truck did to the Thai's bike then you would change your tune...

Those bikers were inexcusably in the wrong and the Thai guys were totally in the right to to chase them as the bikers left the scene of the accident with no intent to pay any damages for their causing the accident.... Had the Bikers stopped and done the right thing, none of this would have happened.......

all the posts I read either supported the bikers or called them what they seem to be (Bullies)(likely a 'drunk or stoned' DRIVER as well)............ NONE of the replies I read seem to even give a bit of thought about the Biker's truck smashing up the motorbike then fleeing as the group of cowards that have proven themselves to be...

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I have some advice for these vicious thugs. Get the hell out of Thailand and pronto.

 

If the police catch their sorry asses, they won't be politely escorted to the station. More likely escorted to the local crocodile farm. from which they or any trace of them will never reappear. The RTP simply will not put up with their shit.

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Why pixelate their patches? I'm guessing a lot of Thais will be out hunting farangs wearing their colours.

 

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5 minutes ago, sawadeeken said:

We are on the 5th page of replies to this thread and I have read many replies but not all. So maybe I missed someone else pointing out what I am about to.

In any case I think most decent people would agree that Stronger Powers (in this case a gang of bikers) against weaker powers is wrong to do serious bashing and not let up.

As far as judging the bikers by their looks, it is only natural to judge a book by it's cover, everybody does it and it works well in MOST cases, this case being no exception.......

BUT......... Have you watched the video at all??????   If you did and and you saw the damage that the bikers truck did to the Thai's bike then you would change your tune...

Those bikers were inexcusably in the wrong and the Thai guys were totally in the right to to chase them as the bikers left the scene of the accident with no intent to pay any damages for their causing the accident.... Had the Bikers stopped and done the right thing, none of this would have happened.......

all the posts I read either supported the bikers or called them what they seem to be (Bullies)(likely a 'drunk or stoned' DRIVER as well)............ NONE of the replies I read seem to even give a bit of thought about the Biker's truck smashing up the motorbike then fleeing as the group of cowards that have proven themselves to be...

 

And how much of that damage to the bike was done after the fight was finished? I know, let's cover our arse and do damage to our bikes and blame the farangs who beat us in the fight.

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