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A motorbike taxi driver in Bangkok was arrested for criminal damage, again, with the police claiming it was due to their favourite new scapegoat, marijuana. He was taken into custody yesterday along with his Honda Wave motorbike, a 60 cm piece of wood, and a 6 inch long Sparta knife, both of which the taxi driver had been wielding in attacks on random cars. The incident took place under the Airport Link train line between the stations of Klong Tan and Asoke, where Phayathai police say they started receiving reports on Saturday afternoon that the 29 year old motorbike taxi […]

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13 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

due to their favourite new scapegoat, marijuana

Yep. And the mental health problems of this country will never be properly addressed until they stop scapegoating 

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Maybe thats why they legalize it now they can explain why they not do things the normal way

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3 hours ago, Cabra said:

Yep. And the mental health problems of this country will never be properly addressed until they stop scapegoating 

Seventh time, still working as a motorcycle taxi driver - aren't they supposed to be licensed? Is there no Thai equivalent of what in the UK is termed as being sectioned - where someone with mental health issues is compulsory taken into psychiatric care because they are a risk either to themselves or others?

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Here they go again blaming the happy smoke. Why don't they just say he is not running with a full deck.

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