Pattaya Daily News

18 February 2015 :: 13:02:46 pm 98688

Drunken Monk Collides With 5 Cars In Sattahip

A monk from a temple in Amphur Banglamung, Chon Buri province who was very drunk collided with 5 cars on route to Pattaya. He told police that he was taking his friend who persuaded him to drive him to see his girlfriend.
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SATTAHIP – February 16,2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 10.00 p.m., Pol.Lt.Woman Karnjanaphas Phataweesrisuda (Inquiry official on duty of Sattahip police station, Chon Buri province) was notified that there was involving some cars at the Bang Sarey intersection, Sattahip route to Pattaya, Tambon Bang Sarey, Amphur Sattahip, Chon Buri province, so she rushed to inspect the scene together with rescuers of Sawang Rojjana Tharmma Satharn Sattahip Rescue Foundation.

 

At an incident the officers found a red Mitsubishi Champ car, license no. Kor Yor – 9902 Chon Buri, which monk Soodjai Jittasaro or Mr. Soodjai Somamee, aged 44, Buri Ram resident, was the driver. The officers found that monk Soodjai Jittasaro or Mr. Soodjai Somamee was heavily drunk so they tested his alcohol blood level with a breath tester and there was 182 mg% (milligram percent) of alcohol in his blood. The monk Soodjai Jittasaro had collided with 2 cars and 3 pick-up trucks.

 

Upon questioning Mr. Weerawit Woraphatkornsiri, aged 20, who is a student of Thai-Austrian Technical College and one of the victims, he told the police that while he was driving towards Bangkok he stopped at the red light at Bang Sarey intersection when suddenly the car being driven by the monk hit his car and carried on in the direction of Pattaya city so Mr. Weerawit chased after the car which had collided with many other cars before he was stopped.

 

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Upon questioning Mr. Soodjai Somamee or monk Soodjai Jittasaro he confessed that he had been ordaining for 7 rainy seasons in a temple in Buri Ram province before moving to stay at a temple in area of Tambon Huay Yai, Amphur Banglamung, Chon Buri province, where he had been for 7 days approximately. He told the police that he had been drinking and Mr. Kittisak Thitprapher, aged 55, who is a sculptor at the temple who had also been drinking persuaded him to drive him to Pattaya to see his girlfriend that had cheated on him, but because of his drunkenness so he collided with many other cars therefore he decided to drive a car back to a temple in order to flee the scene and escape the punishment but finally he was arrested.

 

Pol.Lt.Woman Karnjanaphas Phataweesrisuda said that initially she detained monk Soodjai Jittasaro and Mr. Kittisak Thitprapher to be investigated further and were charged with drink driving and causing damage to other people’s property.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Crime News

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