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UK couple attacked by bargirl in Pattaya after Brit says he could get cheaper drinks in 7/11

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13 minutes ago, gemguy said:

I figure the lesson learned is: After such an ugly incident best to be prepared for the worse and best advised to carry a can of pepper spray or better yet a 10,000 volt stun gun with you for occasion such as that.

Just imagine the surprised look on that woman's face when she is pepper sprayed or stun gunned after viciously assaulting someone.

Love to see "that" on video and for the record...lol 

Cheers

 
 
 

A nice fantasy, but if you retaliate physically against Thai people for any reason whatsoever, the situation will become much worse - take that as a guarantee.

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2 hours ago, localczar said:

send the bar and the bar girl your husbands (or partner's) hospital charges (if any),  and demand they pay it, then also demand an apology in return for walking away from any further court action. Just a suggestion...

 

If it happened to me it would be a certain court case. We shouldn't put up with shit like that. I'd take the bar owner and the bar slut to court. I would get compensation - it's a slam-dunk court case. The police take care of the criminal charges, then you sue in a civil case. Likely they would offer compensation before a judgement was made. She's facing jail time, not just a fine.

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On 2/19/2017 at 9:15 PM, Khon Kaen Dave said:

gemguy

I know what you speak of mate.those prices you quoted are Walking st prices.I am talking about the normal soi bars.The bars in Patts are dearer than those of the street bars across the other side of the Sukhumvit.If you choose to booze in the tourist joints, you will get Royally ripped off.Its your choice.

In my experience the majority of people in Pattaya bars are either here permanently/semi-permanently/regular long-stayers or regular visitors who do not strictly match the description of "tourist", so I would not describe many bars as tourist bars. The Soi bars that I drink in have an average price of between 65 and 75 a bottle (I do not often go to the New Plaza) not sure how this compares with the dark side.

 

The lady from the bar, have there been any reports of the court appearance yet.??

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rott

I would deffo describe the Walking Street bars as Tourist bars.Also the bars on Soi Buakaow, citing Soi metro and Action street(not that Ive ever seen any action in Action street.) The bars on soi Diana are regularly patronised by Tourists.Having been there recently,all these areas were full of tourists,if the .languages spoken and the accents are any thing to go by.Thats not to say that Ex pats/long termers/etc.dont use these bars.

I am talking about area's that contain mostly blocks of condo's and housing estates for the residents here. These people tend to stick to the bars that they know and have been using for years.The Darkside,lake Mabpochan,and all those areas are mainly  ex pats and others.These long termers have lived in these areas  and have families. So, they tend to use local bars,where they are known and have struck up a sort of relationship with the owner/staff, and consider them family bars.When i first came here in 99 i used to use Walking Street on a regular basis,until i got sick of it.I have not been to WS for 16 years.Soi New Plaza has a lot of mixed status people.There is a a bar that is full of Divers, every night,but it has its share of tourists too.I will say that, on ocassion , ex pats/other's will have a night out on the ,just to experience the 'Tourist feeling again,or to show visitors, that are staying with them.We live in Khon Kaen.The city has its street of bars and other.We go maybe, once a month to make some noise,have a booze, and play some pool.Its the Tourist feeling again and its fun.You could discuss what are tourist bars and not tourist bars all day.The point is about pricing.The bars in Patts are selling beer now, from 65/75 to 95 baht.The guy that said he paid 350 for a vodka and tonic is being ripped off,thats the truth.No VAT is that expensive.How often do you go To WS?But i will stand on what i say,life on the city side of the Sukhumvit is geared up and prices for the 2 week millionaires.although regular visitors to LOS still pay the same prices as them.Expats in Pattaya will always pay more than,say Expats in Khon Kaen.Although,Udon can be expensive too.

No,i havent heard anymore about the lady in white and hubby,i dare say we will.

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Not been to Walking Street or 6, 7 or 8 for years. Mainly been a Soi Post Office / Soi Yamato punter. These are mainly regulars places, anyone coming for the first time would be unlikely to go there unless taken by someone. Throws me a bit now when I hear people referring to them as 13/2 and 13/1.

 

I too have moved away, to a place that isn't sure whether it's in the Central Plain or the North. Prices (in a bar this is) for a 620 ml beer are roughly what I would pay in Pattaya for a 330 ml. But Pattaya it aint.

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On 2/17/2017 at 11:59 AM, Bluespunk said:

While I don't condone violence, she did have good reason to be angry. 

 

If all is as she says then the guy is clearly at fault to a degree.

 

Not sure he deserved a shoe in the face but he gets no sympathy from me. 

 

 

".. If all is as she says then the guy is clearly at fault to a degree..."

 

You say it:  IF! 

 

did you consider that the bargirl's story might not be true?

Did you consider that you don't know what the victim reported?

Did you consider the credibility of a Thai bargirl?

 

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7 minutes ago, sweatalot said:

".. If all is as she says then the guy is clearly at fault to a degree..."

 

You say it:  IF! 

 

did you consider that the bargirl's story might not be true?

Did you consider that you don't know what the victim reported?

Did you consider the credibility of a Thai bargirl?

 

Did you consider why I used the word "if"?

 

It was a deliberate choice...

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For the girls in tne white dress, pardon me for reading a news article, and accusing your mate

of causing himself to get a shoe.  I have avoided Pattaya for years, as I was drugged and robbed there.

  I will agree that there are indeed crooks and the like in the Pattaya area.

Geezer

  

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