Bangkok After Hours - eBook

Bangkok After Hours - eBook
One Man's Wild Erotic Adventures in the Red Light Districts of Bangkok, Pattaya & Asia After Hours.

Monday, August 21, 2017

Phuket tourist falls out of speeding tuk-tuk

Phuket News: Tourist Police are trying to locate a tourist who fell off a tuk-tuk still moving at speed in Kathu in the early hours of yesterday (Aug 20) in the hopes of gaining more information about the incident and extent of his injuries and to bring charges against the tuk-tuk driver. “We must find him for further enquiries before searching for the driver of the tuk-tuk for legal proceedings,” Phuket Tourist Police Deputy inspector Capt Ekkachai Siri told The Phuket News today (Aug 21). Passers-by notified first responders at Kathu Municipality (the “Khao Yai” rescue team) at about 2.30am that a foreigner had been injured after falling out of a moving tuk-tuk at the “Ket Ho intersection” on Wichit Songkram Rd. The tuk-tuk continued driving away after the incident, local residents reported. The incident was also caught on CCTV.
Commentary: The Tuk Tuk driver kept driving after the tourist fell off? Hmmmm…. I’ve never known a tuk tuk driver to give up a fare that easily. My guess is the guy didn’t fall but maybe he jumped because the tuk tuk driver was trying to scam him? Happened to me once in Bangkok and I launched myself off a speeding tuk tuk like I was superman and hit the ground running!

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