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Video: Thai man threatens fellow driver with a knife because he hooted him

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thailands future. dad is a raving idiot showing his son how to abuse and molest people and mum is cheering them

is this for real????

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12 hours ago, YetAnother said:

much outrage but i bet the police will do nothing

To be honest I know most of the Phang Khon police and they do have many good guys inside and they can't be compared to the cops in Bangkok.

 

My guess they will court the guy, arrest him and he pays a fine but then of course we don't know if he is connected. If he is connected he will be a monk for a few days, case closed. Its up to the courts and prosecution in Sawang D.D. really.

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6 hours ago, stevenl said:

I think he also decreased speed after he did not let the black car merge, just to tease him.

Hmm, I couldn't see that, but that's something I would do if someone was peeing me off, slowing down in the right lane as they had done previously, revenge is bitter sweet 555

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With a bit of luck the pressure of "Social Media" and "Dash / Car Cam" evidence this menace to society will get lifted, embarrassed in public and sent to the "Big House" for a few months . . . . We can only hope !

I lost all hope in all these years i live in LOS is has only worsened more and morons driving a car or motorcy these days.

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3 months in jail and a 10  year licence suspension seems reasonable to me.

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Why did the woman holding the child get out of the truck too? This armed and dangerous driver will eventualy chop off an arm or worse. Thailand is getting more dangerous everyday. 

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13 hours ago, 4MyEgo said:

Actually having had a 2nd and 3rd look at the video at the time of 18.07.40 where the driver beeped the horn shortly after, it is clear IMO that the black ute moved out of his way to the left (middle lane), however there was a ute in the far left lane merging (right) to the middle lane and going slower than the blck ute because the lane was ending and the black ute tries to hold his line, plus move over a little to the right, as you would, but the guy with the dash cam was travelling too fast and obviously having his blinkers on, you know the ones they give horses as to only see straight ahead, clearly not seeing what was going on because he was only interested in going through and passing every car possible at the speed he was doing in the right lane, i.e. not allowing room for movement for the black ute that originally moved over and out of the way for him, perhaps the black ute should have held his ground and not moved, pulling a knife on him is, well as I said previously, part of the small dick syndrome, should have just let it go.

 

But in my opinion, the guy with the dash cam is as much to blame for causing the incident, noting that he didn;t move over in the left lane when the black ute wanted to pass him towards the end, and obviously when the black ute pulled up in the right lane blocking him, not apologising for the guy with the knife, that's a definite no no, but just setting the record straight is anyone missed it. Two wrongs don't make a right.

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Whatever the minor traffic infringements were in this incident, the fact remains that without any real provocation on his part, the driver with the cam could have construed it as a potential life-threatening incident, when a guy with a large knife approaches his vehicle in a menacing manner.

As such, perhaps he would have been justified in driving slowly at the knife-wielding moron and even bruising him or pinning him against his own pick-up until the police arrived?  Surely this would be a case of self-defence?

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19 hours ago, Chou Anou said:

"Hooted" him?

I guess he wasn't gay.  I don't mind a little hoot now and again :sleep: hoot hoot wink wink

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So because the thai gentleman use his claxon because the idiot did not stay in his lane and there for the idiot planned to stab the Thai gentleman with butcher knife..this seems fair right?

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typical thai driver. has to drive in the right lane, does not know the laws but can buy a car, truck,o r what ever.

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7 hours ago, patrick1968 said:

one day he will meet up with Roger :stoner:

roger-the-kangaroo1.jpg

Could use Roger on a few Security jobs.  

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4 hours ago, Retiredandhappyhere said:

Whatever the minor traffic infringements were in this incident, the fact remains that without any real provocation on his part, the driver with the cam could have construed it as a potential life-threatening incident, when a guy with a large knife approaches his vehicle in a menacing manner.

As such, perhaps he would have been justified in driving slowly at the knife-wielding moron and even bruising him or pinning him against his own pick-up until the police arrived?  Surely this would be a case of self-defence?

With the police arriving and saying, apologise and go free, remember this isn't the west, it's Thailand, and its all about losing face, suffice to say if the guy gets done, he will only have to apologise and walk, too much paperwork involved for the usual hot heads, no one died, besides, would you take on someone with a knife, well, if you did, I reckon you'd come off 2nd best.

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20 hours ago, 4MyEgo said:

Actually having had a 2nd and 3rd look at the video at the time of 18.07.40 where the driver beeped the horn shortly after, it is clear IMO that the black ute moved out of his way to the left (middle lane), however there was a ute in the far left lane merging (right) to the middle lane and going slower than the blck ute because the lane was ending and the black ute tries to hold his line, plus move over a little to the right, as you would, but the guy with the dash cam was travelling too fast and obviously having his blinkers on, you know the ones they give horses as to only see straight ahead, clearly not seeing what was going on because he was only interested in going through and passing every car possible at the speed he was doing in the right lane, i.e. not allowing room for movement for the black ute that originally moved over and out of the way for him, perhaps the black ute should have held his ground and not moved, pulling a knife on him is, well as I said previously, part of the small dick syndrome, should have just let it go.

 

But in my opinion, the guy with the dash cam is as much to blame for causing the incident, noting that he didn;t move over in the left lane when the black ute wanted to pass him towards the end, and obviously when the black ute pulled up in the right lane blocking him, not apologising for the guy with the knife, that's a definite no no, but just setting the record straight is anyone missed it. Two wrongs don't make a right.

I agree and also the Black ute driver would have been concentrating on the blue ute and not see the cam driver come up behind him so fast or that he was in his blind spot as he started his veer away from the blue ute. 

Normally just give the cam driver the 'bird' not the knife  lol 

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