Enraged Aussie kilos Bangkok police

BANGKOK: Life in Thailand can sometimes get a bit irritating for expats when things don’t fairly work out as they would in their house international locations. This, coupled with the booze-heavy life-style loved by a good share of Westerners dwelling in the Kingdom, often leads to “Angry Farang Syndrome”.A prime example occurred one afternoon last month outdoors Thong Lor Police Station. Station Superintendent Col Suthin Sapphuang was sitting in his office around three pm, when he heard a commotion from outdoors the station. When Prize got downstairs, he discovered the noise emanated from a large middle-aged Westerner who was busy beating the within of a police van with such fury, that none of the watching officers dared to go close to.Col Suthin ordered his deputy and three inspectors to go and try and calm the 50-year-old man, recognized by title within the authentic report, however referred to here solely as “the Aussie”.After the officers’ efforts to calm the Aussie down failed, they determined that a dose of pepper spray might do the trick. After the Aussie was liberally doused with the noxious spray, police decided he was calm sufficient for them to dare open the door. However, as quickly as police had the Aussie out of the truck, he exploded again, freeing himself from the clutches of the officers and happening a rampage, chasing and punching as many policemen as he might. The enraged Australian managed to injure numerous officers before he was lastly overpowered, within the process of which he, disturbingly, misplaced his trousers. The photo of the incident in the Thai press reveals the Aussie with his trousers spherical his ankles, his dignity somewhat spared by a small superimposed red dot. The Aussie was bundled to the bottom by the officers, and the group then rolled into the gutter. In acknowledgement to the Aussie’s dedication, it took six officers to maintain him subdued long enough to get the cuffs on.The Aussie was initially arrested following a grievance by a taxi driver that the Australian had stolen his cab. The taxi driver, Phanomphon Pranison, forty, advised police that earlier that day he had picked up the Aussie reverse Sukhumvit Soi 16. The Aussie didn’t say the place he wanted to go, but once they got to opposite Soi 22, the Aussie requested to cease so he may go to 7-Eleven. A few moments later, the Aussie obtained back within the cab clutching two bottles of beer. In hot pursuit was a member of workers from the store shouting that the Aussie had not paid for the beer. When Mr Phanomphon got out of the automotive, the Aussie climbed into the driver’s seat and took off within the taxi, Mr Phanomphon mentioned. Mr Phanomphon reported the crime and police quickly caught up with the Aussie, putting him within the cells at Thong Lor Police station. The Aussie, however, didn’t take his confinement lightly. He triggered such a commotion that police began to worry for the safety of other prisoners, or worryingly, that different prisoners would take it upon themselves stop to the Aussie’s antics. They decided to take him to the cells at nearby Phra Khanom Court, which is when he started attacking the police tru

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