Not only did he get his motorbike back, but he should go out and buy a lottery ticket. What are the chances…? The owner of a stolen motorcycle got his transport back three days later after a man ran out of petrol just in front of him in Songkhla’s Muang district on Tuesday.
The owner of the motorcycle, identified only as Ken, and his friends briefly assaulted and captured the motorcyclist, identified only as 35 year old Piak, before handing over him to police.
But Piak was later released without charges after he claimed that he had borrowed the motorcycle from a friend. Police said they would later summon Piak’s friend for questioning.
Ken said his motorcycle was stolen from in front of his house in Songkhla’s Singha Nakhon district. He said he has been searching for it without success.
But he went to visit a friend in tambon Pawong in Songkhla’s Muang district and while he and several friends were eating there, Piak stopped in front of the house as the petrol ran out.
When Ken and friends came out to check whether Piak needed any help, Ken recognised his bike and captured the man.
SCREENCAPTURE: Facebook/Mango Maimai A last minute booking for a Phuket to Phattalung bus has turned into a scary video record of an inter-provincial bus driver’s habits. The driver is coming under fire after being caught on video, whilst responsible for a bus full of passengers, with his son sitting on his lap and making, what appears to be, live video chat calls.
The post from “Mango Maimai” has already had more than 1,200 shares with more than 150 people sharing their comments.
You can watch the videos HERE.
The video was captured after the last-minute passenger ended up having to sit in an area just behind the driver as all the other seats were booked on the route that evening that departed Phuket at 9.15pm.
(Translated) “The driver kept teaching his son to drive. Even worse, he was making a video call from his tablet phone. I decided to get off the bus at the Tha Chatchai checkpoint.” (The checkpoint is about 500 meters from the northern end of the island where all traffic has to pass)
She said in her post that the diver “doesn’t care for the safety of the passengers on board. This is a passenger bus, not a children’s playground.”
“How many lives are in your hands?”
Commenters have denounced his driving as unsafe and putting the lives of a bus full of passengers at risk. Many called for the driver to be fired.
The bus company Phattalung Thaksin Company has not made an official comment about the post at this time.
When you keep your house in this condition, it’s no wonder why there’s a COBRA fighting a PYTHON, FOR A RAT. Might as well invite the scorpions, giant centipedes and a few bored Tukays along the sidelines placing bets. Here’s the story & video below, from The Thaiger:
Rescue workers have stopped a fight between two snakes.
Rescue workers in Nuea Klong, Krabi were trying to stop a fight between a two metre python and a one and a half metre cobra while they were fighting inside a local house.
Rescue worker used a snake snare to move the python and the cobra out of the house. It took about 10 minutes to stop the fighting. Neither were injured in their short battle.
38 year old Kanokkorn Maidam, the owner of the house says, “When I returned home last night I found that these two snakes were fighting. I think that they were searching for a rat and just happened to be find the same rat at the same time. I think they were fighting over who would claim the rat.”
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Monitor lizards got a few bites from a huge python while students at Mahidol University looked on and filmed the dustup. Check out the story below from Coconuts Bangkok
If you thought McGregor vs. Mayweather was the cross-discipline fight of the century, then you probably haven’t seen this cross-species rumble yet.
A thrilling series of videos showing an epic showdown between a python and a giant monitor lizard has gone viral.
The fight is said to have taken place in the middle of a Mahidol University — you know, Thailand’s No. 1 university.
In the clips posted by Mahidol student (who goes by Marisa Kbg on Facebook), an almost comically large monitor lizard can be seen circling a python, who’s apparently trying to take a bite at the scaly creature.
“This is the most exciting thing that’s happened since I started studying here,” Marisa captions her post.
While it’s unclear who started the fight, it certainly seemed like the python wanted to finish it.
However, bloodsport fans likely didn’t get the ending they were hoping for. In the following video, the snake can be seen being captured and put in a bag by rescuers, leaving us to wonder just who would have won had things been allowed to take their course.
The series of videos have earned more than a million total views in just one day. Although we have no clue what actually happened to the two monitor lizards, knowing the lizard culture here, we believe the university may have just let them crawl back into the pond.
After all, Mahidol wouldn’t be the first university keeping monitor lizards as pets. Students at Silpakorn University, which is known for its art program, are even feeding the reptiles, causing at least one of them to grow to the size of an alligator.
SOURCE: COCONUTS BANGKOK