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Video: "Policeman" driving brand new Mercedes-Benz flees without paying for his gas

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monthly installments for a Benz on policeman's wages and then the 'tea' money slows down,quite understandable, the policeman needed petrol and didn't have the ready's, let a peasant pay. when he gets found i don't suppose his boss will ask where he got the money for a Benz, he will know already. 

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34 minutes ago, LennyW said:

More likely a drunk real one on his way to have his ego massaged by the 2 ladies in the car!

They probably work for him at his 'in and out' shop.

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

who earns just 308 baht a day

I find that a lot more scandalous than some cop not paying for his gas - and the fact that it seems the attendants have to pay if people do a runner. 

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A  friend of mine got stopped for driving on red plates at night time , the " real police " told him it was against the law.

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5 minutes ago, NE1 said:

A  friend of mine got stopped for driving on red plates at night time , the " real police " told him it was against the law.

Yes at night is illegal but my neighbour still did it for almost a whole year....she wears a uniform which probably helped with that.

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Well that must be the case of this arrogant barsteward.

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47 minutes ago, Dexlowe said:

I'm impressed. You're able to tell a fake policeman. :smile:

He's asking the question, not making a statement.  See the '?'  ??.

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3 hours ago, Gecko123 said:

I don't know what the deal is, but some Thais seem to go crazy when they drive a car with a red license plate. 

I thought that red plate cars are not allowed on the road after 6PM. Looks dark!

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That puts a whole new (combined) meaning to the old film descriptions;-   "cops and robbers".

 

 

 

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Probably in a stolen car. ;-)

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Forget about the fuel that he didn't pay for, there is a much bigger story here.  Im more interested in knowing how a police officer (3 stars = lieutenant), can afford a car that is approx 7.2 times his yearly salary.  For example, If he makes approx 40,000 a month = 480,000 per year and buys a car costing approx 3,500,000.  If he used 50% of his salary it would takes him approx 15 years to pay that back.  There is no way in hell any bank is going to loan that much money over that period of time for a car.  That would be the same as someone on $50,000 per year buying a $350,000 car.  Just doesn't happen.  

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Is anything going to happen about it,probably not.

regards worgeordie

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4 hours ago, NextStationBangkok said:

Who paid for his car ? :shock1:

maybe stole that too

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Oh Lord wont you buy me a Mercedes Benz

I'll stop stealing  petrol

I'll try to make amends

I'll have my <deleted> work overtime

and i'll just steal from friends

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