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Offline thaiga

Lies follow road rage, all on video
« on: January 09, 2016, 01:33:09 PM »
Here's a bit more news on the post in Social media clips - More road rage madness As TAKEITOR has already pointed out. Lies follow road rage as it was all on video. story below 👇

Lies follow road rage, all on video


A screenshot from one of the clips taken by Facebook user shows road-rage driver in the blue shirt. (YouTube/TV24 NEWSROOM)

Four video clips posted on Facebook have created an uproar, capturing a disc jockey in a fit of road rage and then lying about it to everyone.

A Facebook user on Friday posted the clips that he said were taken on Mitmaitree Road near the entrance to the Thai-Japanese Stadium in Bangkok. In addition to being seen online, they were played repeatedly on the Friday evening TV news shows.

"The incident happened because one tried to get ahead of the other," the poster wrote. "Each said the other gave him the middle finger. And this is the result."

The clips show a black pickup truck reversing aggressively to hit a red Toyota Yaris three times until its bed was on top of the smaller car's bonnet before the pickup driver stepped out and called the police. The front of the Yaris is shown very heavily damaged.

When the videographer walked up and asked the pickup driver why he ............

full story: Bangkokpost
Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.
 

Offline thaiga

DJ Keng sacked from 89.5 Sweet FM station

The Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi today suspended a DJ from duty on its radio station for his  misbehaviour over a car incident yesterday which went viral on the social media after two video clips of the incident were  shown.

His blatant lies caused a public outcry and triggered a campaign for 15,000 signatures to propose the Land Transport Department to suspend his driving licence citing his aggressive behaviour that could be a threat to other motorists
sharing the same roads.

full article: englishnews.thaipbs.or.th
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Offline thaiga

Police ruled both drivers were wrong in DJ car incident

 Din Daeng police have concluded investigation into a car accident that caused a DJ to be laid off for misbehaviour in driving and fined both disputed parties for traffic violations.

Conclusion that both drivers, were wrong and violated traffic law came after the police have checked through all video cameras along the routes which both cars, a red Yaris sedan, and a black Toyota Vigo pickup truck trying to overtaking each other.

Din Daeng police chief Pol Col Anek Plaisri said video clips police have examined clearly showed both sides were wrong.

full article: englishnews.thaipbs.or.th
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