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Thai man, 21, charged after pulling machete in Phuket road rage incident

PHUKET: A 21-year-old man has received three charges from Phuket City Police after footage was released online of him yielding a 77 centimetre machete and violently threatening the driver of another vehicle which happened to be filming him at the time of the incident.

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Friday 19 January 2018, 05:32PM


Noppadol Sainoi, 21, from Nakhon Sri Thammarat seen here wielding the weapon in the road rage incident. Photo: Screengrab
Noppadol Sainoi, 21, from Nakhon Sri Thammarat seen here wielding the weapon in the road rage incident. Photo: Screengrab

This incident occurred on Thepkrasattri Rd, at the U-turn near the Isuzu showroom in Koh Kaew, Thalang.

“Lt Col Naruebodin Pangleesen of the Phuket City Police tracked down an Isuzu pick-up truck from its number plate provided by the victim. Police called the owner of the pick-up truck to come to Phuket City Police Station,” Phuket City Police Deputy Chief Lt Col Nat Promthep told reporters.

“At 6:30pm the suspect, Noppadol Sainoi, 21, from Nakhon Sri Thammarat arrived at Phuket City Police Station. Police seized from him a 77cm machete.

“The incident happened on Thepkrasattri Rd (southbound), in front of the Isuzu showroom in Koh Kaew on Wednesday (Jan 17) at 9am,Lt Col Nat added.

“After the victim, Suriya Yabantum, who was driving behind the pick-up truck negotiated with Noppadol, Mr Suriya did not take action against Noppadol.

“Noppadol’s urine test for drugs showed negative. We are continuing the process.Lt Col Nat noted.

Phuket City Police confirmed Noppadol was charged on three accounts: not having a driver’s licence, reckless driving which may be dangerous to others in accordance with the Land Transport Act, and carrying a knife in a public place.

The legal process will continue,” said Lt Col Nat.

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The video went viral on Facebook after Facebook user ‘Anurak Tayardtrakunniam’ posted the dash cam clip on the ‘Phuket People complaints’ page with a message reading, “After seeing this video clip, how do you feel? If you are not strong enough you cannot stay in Phuket”.

The video clip, from the dash cam view of Mr Suriya’s car, at first shows general footage of traffic along Thepkrasattri Rd in Koh Kaew, where another modified pickup truck with a roof over the trunk is driving in the lane beside Mr Suriya’s car.

The footage suddenly cuts off to another scene where Noppadol’s pickup truck suddenly swerves in front of Mr Suriya and brakes suddenly.

Then Noppadol, wearing a white T-shirt and trousers, emerges from the truck with a long machete in his hand and approaches Mr Suriya’s car.

Noppadol disappears out of the dash cam’s view as he approaches the side of Mr Suriya’s car, banging on the doors repeatedly while shouting in Southern dialect, demanding that Mr Suriya opens his door.

Noppadol then walks back to his truck and drives away.

However, Noppadol then stops again at a U-turn beside the Isuzu showroom, Koh Kaew, emerging from the truck to bang again on the passenger door of the vehicle, as the driver of the car can be heard on the telephone reporting the incident to police.

I am calling to report to you that a man in a pickup truck has just cut in front of me on the road and threatened me with a knife,” Mr Suriya can be heard saying in the clip.

 

 

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DeKaaskopp | 20 January 2018 - 15:41:11

“is this mental not normal  person still walking around“I was thinking the same when reading his comment.

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Kurt | 19 January 2018 - 23:01:29

Is this mental not normal person still walking freely around?
If tested negative on drugs than he is mentally disordered and should not walk freely around.
He is a danger to others. Not even has a driving license!
Risk to kill other road participants when he is driving.
Lock him up, protect society against such people.
Some day he will get shot by other thai who have a gun in car.

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CaptainJack69 | 19 January 2018 - 22:12:19

So the clip was edited? And doesn't show the initial cause of the conflict? That's often the case when these videos go online. There's always at least some blame to be had on all sides. Nothing justifies this kind of behaviour but something must have happened to provoke it. So what did the 'victim' edit out of the video?

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