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Police lawbreakers! "They are the law..... but they do as they please"

 

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Picture TNews

 

A picture of a police pick-up breaking the law about loads on the back was shared right across social media.

 

What appeared to be poles for erecting tents were placed dangerously extending well over the sides and back of the vehicle going down the highway.

 

The poster asked: "Will there be charges for this?"

 

While Tnews - citing the law and 1,000 baht fine for such an infraction - reproduced the picture with the words in Thai in red:

 

"They are the law.....but they do as they please".

 

The issue of improperly secured and dangerous loads especially on pick-ups has been big news recently after an old man on a motorbike was killed in Pathum Thani by a PVC pipe and another vehicle was filmed dangerously going down a road at speed.

 

Now the police are doing it and the online Thai public want action. The license plate was clearly visible on this occasion in the online post.

 

Source: TNews

 
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but, 'dey t' Law

 

and they only let TNews show the pic - after they promised to cover the rear number plate, with those big-enough red characters

 

 

 

 

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( I didn't see the pics below... not making it past the 1st one) 

what with all the txt in Thai'n'all that :whistling: 

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And using police vehicles for other private chores such as shopping, restocking for their garden at nurseries, driving the family to school and shopping and on and on.....and when seen on duty on bikes, no helmets. The blind leading the seeing...

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