Pattaya Daily News

15 October 2007 :: 13:10:37 pm 40399

CRAZED TEENS VICIOUSLY ATTACK REPORTERS FOR LOOKING AT GIRLS IN PUB

Two reporters went to a pub to unwind after work. A group of teenagers attacked one of the reporters for, supposedly, looking at “their” girls. The newsmen apologized. However the unruly teenagers chased and shot at them. One of the newsmen sustained gunshot wounds.
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On 13 October 2007, at 3 AM, Pattaya Investigator Police Major Thitiphong Suktien was notified that a gang of teenagers were chasing and shooting at some men in the North Pattaya Road area, causing injury. The injured man, Mr. Arnon Srisukhee (23) was sent to Bangkok Pattaya Hospital. Police Major Santi Chainiranam and an investigation team rushed to the hospital.
At the hospital, police noticed that a dark bronze Honda CR Van, license 6782, Bangkok, had two bullet holes in the driver’s side door. The victim, Mr. Arnon Srisukhee, had been shot in the right leg. He still had two bullets inside his leg. Mr. Nathaphol Phaojinda (27), who is related to General Anuphong Phaojinda, sustained numerous cuts and bruises.

A third reporter, Mr. Nathaphol Namajak (28), a colleague of the two injured men, told police that they had been covering the Honda Motor Sport 2007 at the Pira Circuit Racing Grounds. After work, they stopped in at a pub in the vicinity of Petchkrakul – North Pattaya Road. While in the pub, a gang of over ten teenagers approached them because they believed that the reporters were looking at their girlfriends. The men did not attempt to confront the gang of teenagers.

The reporters left the pub, but the teenagers were waiting for them in the car park. The teens approached their car and pulled Mr. Nathaphon Phaojinda out of the vehicle and attacked him. The other reporters did not want to fight and apologized for their perceived transgression.

Mr. Arnon Srisukhee, the driver, drove away in the car, but the teenagers got on their motorbike and chased the car. One of the teens pulled out a gun and shot five bullets at the car. Two bullets lodged in Mr. Arnon’s leg and the teenagers rode away. Mr. Arnon was immediately taken to Bangkok Pattaya Hospital.

Police made a thorough record of the incident and are assuming that jealousy, on the part of the teens, was at the root of this senseless attack. Police will question the injured man, and other witnesses, to obtain all relevant details and to determine the precise motive. They will attempt to find and arrest the teenage perpetrators as soon as possible.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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