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Police rushed to follow up to arrest the group of teenagers that beat the bystanders while they assisted the woman that was molested by teenagers which the police are sure that they are the local teenagers.

PHRANAKORN SRI AYUDDHAYA – June 17, 2013 [PDN]; At around 03.00 PM reporters were informed that there were a few people beaten up by a group of teenagers. It was also reported that the attacked people had to be sent to a hospital. Soon after the incident was reported, the journalists went ruhsed out.

At the hospital reporters found Mr. Wathanyu Thanyaphan, age 24, who was receiving treatment from doctors and nurses. He had sewing wounds on his head, it was also reported that he had wounds through out his. When reporters asked what happened to him, he said that at 8.00 p.m. on June 16 while he driving his motorbike to take his girlfriend, back from her workplace back home. They saw Ms. Natpatcharee who was crying help as she was being molested by a group of teenagers. After seeing her being molested, she told Ms. Natpatcharee to get on his motorbike in order to escape from the group of teenagers. While they were escaping, 5 teenagers were following him, they used bottles and wood piece to hit the three that were on the motorbike. As soon as the teenagers were able to approach Mr. Wathanyu’s motorbike, he stopped the motorbike and told his girlfriend and the victim to run away. Mr. Wathanyu chose run into a chicken rice shop to hide but the group of teenagers were to find and beat him up. The owner of the chicken rice shop took out his gun to scare away the group of teenagers. As soon as the teenagers had escaped, the police were immediately informed.

Ms. Natpatcharee said that as she was waiting for her boyfriend she approached by 2 teenagers who then attempted to molest her. But she was luckily helped by asked Mr. Wathanyu who happened to drive past her.

Police Lt. Colonel Thanapit Phimphaphuwat of Nakornluang police station, revealed that after he had been notified about the incident he ordered the detection police team to find the group of of teenagers. Investigation officers believe that the teenagers were living in the area where incident happened, making it less difficult to arrest them.

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good to see the chicken rice shop guy had a gun.

my guess is that was a >50/50 chance.

speak politely and smile when picking up the khao gai.

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good to see the chicken rice shop guy had a gun.

my guess is that was a >50/50 chance.

speak politely and smile when picking up the khao gai.

 

Well how else would he kill his chickens? :GoldenSmile1:

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Jeeze, who doesn't have a gun in Thailand now. This, the street vendor guy, the Russian hating guy. Everyone has one!

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Sounds like it is time to teach these Good Samaritan Thais how to load rock salt, a little in in the ass goes a longways in behavior modification.

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Haven't you seen the "no guns allowed allowed" signs at the entrance to all the thai clubs  karaoke's etc. Just a friendly reminder for the thai guys to leave their guns at home that night

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Lucky the chicken guy was there... and I hope the police do what they can to help the street become more safe!

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Haven't you seen the "no guns allowed allowed" signs at the entrance to all the thai clubs  karaoke's etc. Just a friendly reminder for the thai guys to leave their guns at home that night

Or the pat down when entering Insomnia or thai nightclubs

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