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Bangkok police officer caught drinking after curfew – VIDEO

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Bangplad police station in Bangkok has reported that the “Want to be famous for V.Plus +” page, had recorded and published a video of patrolling police officers warning another officer who was drinking alcohol after the curfew hours. The patrolling officer received two complaints from local residents that there were people violating the emergency decree and they were ‘mingling and drinking together’ around 1:30am.

“You can drink inside your house so it doesn’t interfere with residents.”

“Now pick it up and move, NOW.”

His response…

“You are being impolite to me.”

In the video, the police officer asked them to “move the party inside” and said he doesn’t want to arrest another police officer. The patrolling officer also mentioned, “that this is his second time here and he doesnt want to call the internal investigation team.”

UPDATE…

Police Colonel Krishna Pattanacharoen, the deputy spokesman for the Royal Thai Police, stated today that the Royal Thai Police had ordered the local committee to investigate the incident. If found to be guilty they will take disciplinary and criminal actions on all involved.

Major General Ekachai Bunwisut, Commander of Civil Service Commander 7 will conduct the investigation and report the results quickly If the person in the clip actually committed the crime, they will be taking the same measures as Krishna.

SOURCE: Thai Rath

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My name is Anukul, I a writer for the Thaiger, I specialise in translation articles and social media, and assisting with our video production. I previously worked at Phuket Gazette and attended BIS international school in Phuket.

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