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Tourists in Samui fined for not wearing motorbike helmets by a fake policeman

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ID: 16   Posted (edited)

He'll be 'outed' quicker than George Michael once proof is uploaded :)

 

Is anyone still driving without a dashcam?

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I think the most ignorant people are the motorcyclists that ride a bike with a helmet on, but dont do it up. Yeah great, you wont get stopped by the police but its not really going to be able to do its job when your head is banging off the road and your helmets bounced off into the lake.

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A fake FBI-badge. Great! Must look very trustworthy. Maybe he have ATF print on his jacket too.

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A few idiotic troll posts removed...!

 

Real helmet checks do not discriminate between locals and farangs...  As many people in Nathon found out today.... and yesterday in Maenam. 

 

There is always a group of police wearing orange safety vests and their brown uniforms and making sure no one turns off the road where the checks are...

Same anywhere in Thailand from what I have seen.

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I really can't be upset about people not using helmets or seat belts.

They don't hurt anyone. If they don't care if they die fair play.

To much people on this planet anyway.

 

 

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I think that Samui police will not be interested in stopping this guy for impersonating

police but more so they can get their cut of the proceeds.  :whistling:

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22 hours ago, Reigntax said:

Anyone who parts with 200 baht to a person with an FBI badge deserves what they get.. or lost.

Correct!!!   People of this stupidity should not be given a passport and allowed to travel as they are a dangerous to themselves.

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3 hours ago, wgdanson said:

And I find this extra funny that someone often watches a web cam of a Family mart at an intersection. You can get BBC via a VPN.

Those webcams can be the best way of guaging road conditions prior to leaving home in the absence of reliable local updates.

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