Pattaya Daily News

09 February 2013 :: 14:02:17 pm 71679

British Businessman Drives Into A McDonald’s

A 60-year-old British owner of a real estate magazine in Pattaya was apparently drunk when his car rammed into the side of a McDonald’s restaurant on Sukhumvit Road. His vehicle also hit another car waiting for a takeout order.
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PATTAYA – February 9, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 12:10 a.m. a report of a foreigner losing control of his car and damaging property at a McDonald’s parking lot was received by the dispatcher at Pattaya police station. The traffic police and police volunteers went to check the scene.

The incident occurred at a McDonald’s restaurant on Sukhumvit Road in central Pattaya, moo 9, NonPrue, Banglamung. Arriving at the scene, officers discovered that a silver-bronze Honda City automobile had plowed into the wall of the takeout window of the McDonald’s and made a big hole in the concrete.

The car’s driver was identified as Mr. John David Buckley, 60 years old, British. He was leaning against the car, with his eyes only half open. He was yawning many times, and looked like a drunk man.

 

His Honda automobile had also rear-ended a silver bronze Ford whose occupant was waiting for a takeout order. Witnesses told police that the driver of the Ford automobile had earlier ordered food, and was parked to wait for the food.

Suddenly they heard the loud sound of screeching tires coming from the foreigner’s car, which then slammed into the building wall and rammed the Ford vehicle. Several employees were working near the impact area, but no one was injured.

The police took pictures for evidence and then called a forklift truck. The suspect was taken to the police station for a breathalyzer test, and for further investigation and possible prosecution.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Community News

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