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Foreigners behaving badly: Now westerner takes guard's bicycle in Chiang Mai

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Foreigners behaving badly: Now westerner takes guard's bicycle in Chiang Mai

 

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There has been another episode in Chiang Mai that shows a foreigner behaving badly.
 
Following the vandalism at the Tha Pae gate earlier in the week this time a bearded man was seen stealing a hotel security man's bicycle. 
 
And he nearly kills himself in the process. 
 
CCTV showed him casing the joint before making off on the bike that was too small for him. He nearly rides straight into passing traffic.
 
Phuwadon Yothinrattanakamthorn, a guard at Le Canal Boutique House in Muang district of the northern Thai capital, said that he rides into work every day and usually puts his bike away immediately. 
 
But this time had left his conveyance out.
 
"He could have asked to borrow it," said Phuwadon. "I don't know why he had to steal it". 
 
He added there are lots of cycles available in the city. 
 
Earlier in the week Lee Furlong from Liverpool and Brittney Schneider from Canada, both 23, were arrested after spray painting on the historic wall. 
 
They face years in jail for the crime that has been reported around the world. 
 
The penalty for theft during the hours of darkness - more serious than during the day - could also see the latest miscreant doing jail time in Chiang Mai.
 

 

Source: Manager

 

 
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With all those Orange bikes all over the place,why

steal somebody else's.

 

regards worgeordie

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i think a country like Thailand could implement a forced sterilization law for idiocy. At least for awhile... Maybe just long enough to fix this idiot and idiot wall painters.

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Never heard such stories in neighbouring ASEAN  countries. I wonder if only LOS attracts "them" 

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