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Not the sharpest tool in the shed - Thai man filmed cross-legged on phone on his motorbike

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Not the sharpest tool in the shed - Thai man filmed cross-legged on phone on his motorbike

 

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Picture: Kapook

 

BANGKOK: -- A Thai man with an apparent death wish was filmed on his motorbike in the traffic - he was sitting cross-legged, hands off the handle bars playing on his phone.

 

A video of the plonker was posted on the Facebook page of Surasak Somjaipongtham who said the man was going fast on a big road in traffic.

 

Many netizens who commented on the inappropriate behavior quoted the Thai proverb: Mai hen long sop, mai lang naam taa.

 

This might be translated as "the coffin did not shed a tear" and is used to refer to daft actions and their inevitable dire consequences.

 

But we at Thaivisa just prefer to refer to him as hardly the sharpest tool in the shed.

 

Source: Kapook

 
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Good riding skills. Wonder which cruise control system he uses. Sticky throttle?

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He's the stuff that those horrendous traffic accidents are made of..... 

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Tour bus driver on his way home from work?

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2 hours ago, Gweiloman said:

Good riding skills. Wonder which cruise control system he uses. Sticky throttle?

 

Idiot(TM) Cruise Control, manufactured by Braindead Inc.?

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A better rendition of Mai hen long sop, mai lang naam taa. might be if you don't see the coffin then you  don't shed any tears - so true with many young people

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I saw one last week laid back with his hands crossed behind his neck ( no helmet obviously) going flat out along soi bearing not far from the BTS station.  The telling thing most of the Thai pedestrians were pointing and laughing. Says it all really.

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2 hours ago, CelticBhoy said:

Quite a talent. Taking legless to a new level. 

 

Along with brainless!

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