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Dutch man stabbed by Thai men after road rage fight on Samui

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Dutch man stabbed by Thai men after road rage fight on Samui

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Image: Daily News

 

SAMUI:-- A 27 year old Dutch tourist was left in hospital after he was attacked by two Thai men in an apparent road rage incident on Koh Samui yesterday.

 

Police are hunting two youths who were with two girls on a pair of motorbikes. 

 

They had been driving along the Samui ring road in the Bo Phut area cutting in and out as tourist Dasemil Solakovich rode his own Honda Click.

 

But near the First Bungalow intersection the Thai men got off and a fight broke out.

 

The man from the Netherlands told the cops from his hospital bed that he got the better of the two Thai men and when they realized they were losing the fight they pulled out knives and he was stabbed in the chest and ribs.

 

Members of the public ensured he got to hospital - police found only his bike and blood at the scene.

 

Police chiefs on the island have ordered an extensive manhunt to catch those responsible.

 

Source: Daily News

 

 
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There's a revolving door @ the tourist court!

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Don't engage them unless you need to defend yourself.. Little guys with big knives will defeat a fist.. Unless your chuck Norris

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8 hours ago, daveAustin said:

After which they can expect a vigorous fining of up to 400 baht each.

I was just thinking that punishments should be much harsher where weapons are involved. Perhaps even for simple posession, to deter the carrying of guns and knives. Thais seem to be armed and ready to wage battle, minibus drivers we hear all have an iron bar aboard!

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great job hiding the man's face

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Extensive manhunt!  really? What i wonder does that entail....

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10 hours ago, sweatalot said:

Another story for the international press to prepare potential tourists what they can expect in "Paradise"

 

 

If this spreads - and it should - Thailand will be hit were it hurts -  losing money.

 

I don't want them to suffer but I know of no other way to help them improve

and become a part of the civilized nations, a nation that can protect  and deserves visitors

 

Hope they get the scum (and will not need Burmese) and they receive their deserved punishment

You are so right...all these stories should go viral...even in a country the size of USA, if a fraction of these incidents occurred there, it would major huge news...in Thailand, such incidents happen so often they do not even get adequate news coverage.

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Lucky he wasn't dead, Heroes don't get medals here. 

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