Pattaya Daily News

06 October 2014 :: 07:10:26 am 92623

British Man Assaulted By Thai Man Pattaya

A British man was unreasonably attacked by Thai man because he wouldn’t pay the parking fee.
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PATTAYA– October 5, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 02.30 am Pol.Lt.Yom Promsart-investigation inspector of Pattaya police station- was notified that a foreigner had been attacked by a man in Soi Buakaw road, Central Pattaya. After notification the police officers were accompanied with the Sawang Borriboon rescue team who rushed to the scene.

 

At the scene some local people had captured Mr.Todsapol Tapprasit aged 19 who had attacked the foreigner with an 80 cm long piece of wood. Mr.John Hayward aged 70 from England had suffered wounds to his left arm therefore the officers performed first aid on him before sending him to the Pattaya Memorial hospital. Plus a Chevrolet car at the scene had also been damaged in the attack.

 

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Upon questioning Mr.Todsapol he claimed that he was the employee who took care and collected the 40 baht parking fees. Before the incident the British man had parked his car and later returned, he then asked him for the parking fee but the British man ignored him got into his car and started to drive away which made him angry so he kicked the car and attacked the driver with a piece of wood before trying to flee the scene. He was quickly caught by some local people.

 

Upon questioning the witnesses the police found out that the victim just park the a car on the edge of the road because he just want to buy something from a nearby store. When he returned to his car Mr.Todsapol asked him for the parking fee. Initially the police officers took Mr.Todsapol to police station in order to prosecute him according to Thai law.

Reporter : Amnoychai Malila   Photo : Amnoychai Malila   Category : Crime News

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