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Video: Chiang Mai beauty red faced but not shocked after her new car rolls into the moat

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9 hours ago, sqwakvfr said:

I was on my to Rock Me Burger at 400 PM and the vehicle was still in the Moat.  A tow truck was there.  I was on my way back at 730PM and the vehicle was still in the moat but this time a crane had arrived.  A guy was diving into the brown water and was trying to hook the cable onto the front of the of the car.  I am not expert on vehicle recoveries but would not have been a better idea to pull the vehicle from the back?  But then I realized "TIT" This is Thailand.  

 

Possibly the tow truck guys had only ever seen cars towed from the front - therefore no other way to do it!

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wgdanson    530
5 hours ago, jvs said:

Good going!At least she did not blame it on some one else.

She admitted it was her fault,nothing about losing face here.

We need more of this in Thailand.

But will the insurance company pay for sheer stupidity?

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chickenslegs    3,886

Well, at least she had the good manners to leave the handbrake off whilst double parking - not all do.

 

But, as they say - No good deed goes unpunished.

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hotchilli    479

It's all a mis-understanding...

She was dipping the headlights like the handbook say's!!

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Gandtee    982

I bet the person she was blocking in and gave it a shove is having a laugh.:saai:

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jvs    996
44 minutes ago, wgdanson said:

But will the insurance company pay for sheer stupidity?

Yes they will.

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Moti24    551

"She left the brake off her Suzuki Swift that she bought three months ago because the car park was full and she had to double park."

 

Brake failure!  A legitimate excuse this time; makes a change.

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jvs    996
3 minutes ago, Samuel Smith said:

So we all pay for stupidity :(

Yes we do.

 

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laocowboy2    271

I actually thought she behaved very well. Admitted it was a result of her actions and did not try to shift the blame.

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psyvolt    264
14 hours ago, Jessi said:

Thailand is full of good drivers like this one,

Ohhhh wow, pls tell me wht country your from where no one ever makes mistakes or does something silly. Sounds like Utopia.

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psyvolt    264
12 hours ago, sanemax said:

When some people do something wrong and they just smile

Like, ha ha ha , my cars just rolled into the moat

What did you want her to do? Break down on the side of the road an pound her fists into the pavement? Ppl deal with problems different ways - big bloody deal.

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