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    11 youths nabbed for assaulting a hospital doctor

    Police in Samut Prakan province have arrested 11 youths who assaulted medical personnel at a hospital, allegedly for failing to save the life of their injured friend, and then went on a rampage in another hospital in search of their rivals.


    Police said that rival gangs fought a running battle in Soi Rong Lek, off Poochao Samingprai Road, on Sunday night, resulting to some of them suffering knife wounds.


    The injured were sent to Vibharamchaiprakan and Muang Samut Poochao hospitals for emergency treatment. One of the victims was fatally stabbed when he arrived at Vibharamchaiprakan Hospital and doctors tried to save his life, but to no avail.


    The victim was pronounced dead at about 8.45pm.


    When Dr. Thanikarn Supanich tried to explain to the victimís relatives about the death, one of the youths allegedly punched her in the face, while another assaulted a hospital driver.


    It was reported that the victimís friends, numbering about 30, went to the Muang Samut Poochao Hospital, allegedly to take revenge on their rivals, who had reportedly been sent to the hospital for treatment.


    Dr. Rangsee Thirasilp, assistant director of the hospital, said that the angry youths searched for their rivals but, when they could not find them, they went on the rampage, hurling medical equipment and chairs around the emergency ward.


    Mr. Kosonwat Inthuchanyong, deputy spokesman for the Office of the Attorney-General, said that, in previous brawls in hospitals, public prosecutors have asked the court to impose stiff penalties on the offenders, as hospitals should be safe places.


    He cited a case in Ang Thong province. The court there sentenced all the nine youths, who began a brawl in a pub which continued in a hospital, to three months imprisonment, without suspension, despite them being minors.

    11 youths nabbed for assaulting a hospital doctor – Thai PBS World

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    Three months! Stiff penalties indeed!

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    Savages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elche View Post
    Savages.
    Happened here in 2012 (Denmark)

    Arabs recruited by HA versus arabs recruited by Bandidos, and several ended up in Hospital, which was then stormed by 60-80 of the ....savages.

    People here aren't impressed by this.

    Gives the little racist, most have, a boost

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    how many more years will this go on before ANYTHING is done about it.

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    In truth, when one observes the antics of the Thai, particularly the immature males of the species i.e. those who are aged under, say, 50 years old, in the course of their violent conduct exacerbated by the dynamics of group behaviour, one really cannot distinguish between them and the colonies of apes that recently raged through Lopburi.

    I'm always amused by the feeble attempts of farang apologists for this stupid society who drearily try to construe some sort of moral equivalence between Thai social phenomena and that of the civilised West. Sure, the human condition is such that cultures everywhere are marked by examples of atavistic behaviour but here in the LoS the descent into savagery and stupidity, especially among the immature males, is systemic and is in fact the cultural norm.

    I watched the footage of those animals in the hospital on television yesterday and the behaviour they exhibited was identical to that of macaques disputing territory in a conflict situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    and the behaviour they exhibited was identical to that of macaques disputing territory in a conflict situation.
    The Yaba and glue doesn't help.

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