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    Somchai has a bad day on his bicycle

    In Petchabun....but survived with minor injuries according to the local news.






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    More importantly, looks as if the bicycle still in tact....

    Well done.

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    As per the norm, nobody aiding the poor fcuker. All these fcukers do is hastily take photo's and post them on Facebook. Chances are if the driver is hi-so the cyclist will get done for 'breaking and entering'.

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    Jesus, that's a gooden huh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post
    Jesus, that's a gooden huh.
    Probably not in Phetchabun.
    Jesus has his hands full elsewhere with the good Christians.

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    Why are the interior and exterior pictures of different people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper View Post
    Why are the interior and exterior pictures of different people?
    The same bloke, but somebody stole his trousers in between photos. The second photo shows him wearing only his boxer shorts.

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    Could have been worse , he could have had his basket full of eggs

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    Is he taking a selfie in that motor? I better the fucker FB'd it before he'd hit the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper View Post
    Why are the interior and exterior pictures of different people?
    The same bloke, but somebody stole his trousers in between photos. The second photo shows him wearing only his boxer shorts.
    Look again, his 'boxer shorts' are actually the broken windscreen glass, his torso curves to the bonnet.

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    I hope he's ok... reminds me of that American series... "The greatest American hero"

    Believe it not I'm walking on air.... love that song/series...

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    The bike doesn't look like it took much of an impact compared to the damage on the car!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus Jones View Post
    The bike doesn't look like it took much of an impact compared to the damage on the car!
    Somchai, the human projectile, must have been hit extremely fast to create that kind of damage.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesus Jones View Post
    The bike doesn't look like it took much of an impact compared to the damage on the car!
    Something hit the roof to cause that much damage. I guess it was the bike.


    This is what sometimes happens here in Oz when people hit a kangaroo....it can end up in the passenger's lap. And if you're really unlucky, it is not stunned for long and starts to kick the shit out of the passenger, plus scratching and possibly biting (not sure about the last....do kangaroos bite in extreme situations ? Over to you, Terry : what did they use to do when you rogered them ? )

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    hahah... That's why we prefer sheep mate... much less dangerous..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    As per the norm, nobody aiding the poor fcuker.
    I would not go near touching him. More likely to do more harm than good, and plus, as I have said time and time again on this board - Thailand does not have "Good Samaritan" laws enacted. Touch him and you could well be held legally liable for any injury.

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    ^

    Absolutly, leave the Thais to sort their own stuff out.

    I did need to rescue a Farang punter in Hua Hin when he was having an epileptic fit.

    Silly fookin Somchai was pumping his chest and more than likely would have killed him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post
    ^

    Absolutly, leave the Thais to sort their own stuff out.

    I did need to rescue a Farang punter in Hua Hin when he was having an epileptic fit.

    Silly fookin Somchai was pumping his chest and more than likely would have killed him.
    You probably have significant first aid training, and know what to do.

    In the OP case with the guys back like that, moving him would be a potential nightmare.

    I also have some training (EFR for diving) and have helped on occasion where I knew what to do....that case in OP as said - no way.

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    ^

    The main thing is to know when to consider helping out and when not to touch it.

    The dude in the car was certainly Thai business but the Farang in my case was in a situation where everyone looking at him had no idea what to do except myself.

    Willy wanker redded me for my actions by the way.
    Stroller is a Yerman faggot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57
    Willy wanker redded me for my actions by the way.
    are you crying about reds, again ?

    thought you didnt do that.

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    ^

    Willy lucky you are a Mod innit,

    All you do these days is follow posters around writing pathetic shit and giving nothing useful to this forum.

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    "Ignore"............try it, you'll like it !


    kingwilly This message is hidden because kingwilly is on your ignore list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    "Ignore"............try it, you'll like it !


    kingwilly This message is hidden because kingwilly is on your ignore list.
    But you just cannot, can you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nidhogg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    As per the norm, nobody aiding the poor fcuker.
    I would not go near touching him. More likely to do more harm than good
    Well I would help him. But only to prevent him from moving which could make his injuries more severe. A little reassurance would then go along way in calming the guy down. And if the guy's slowly bleeding to death touching or moving him is better than nothing IMO. Each to their own at the end of the day.

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    ^ Good on you mate. I'd do the same.

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