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Ignorant Aussie Exposes Police Corruption In Thailand – Not

A video uploaded by Australian man claims he was subject to assault and police corruption after being stopped by police. He claims they asked for 1000 baht for not wearing a helmet when in fact he was wearing one. None of that is in the video though. His refusal to pay the 1000 baht though would have infuriated the police who then found more problems with this guy, like no drivers license. What white guy has a drivers license in Thailand.....umm I do...mate!

Some lessons to be learned here, once you start arguing with Thai police be sure you have all your ducks in a row first.

For example don't argue about a no helmet fine when:

  • You are unlicensed
  • You are not carrying a passport
  • If you will test positive for drugs in a piss test
  • You are drunk
  • Or, you're an ignorant Aussie

Probably more bizarre than the video is perhaps this photo posted to his Facebook page, breakfast with the boys ey?
breakfast with the boys

There are some good points though that this guy makes, mostly not about corruption though just the stupidity of Thai Laws. Here you get a ticket for not having a drivers licence, you pay the ticket, then drive off....without a bloody licence again. Which makes as much sense as this guys thinking that no white guy could ever get a Thai drivers license in Thailand.

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5 Responses to Ignorant Aussie Exposes Police Corruption In Thailand – Not

  1. zo March 28, 2016 at 6:05 pm #

    It was painful listening to this guy talk. No-one is allowed to film in a police station like this. He just continues to irritate them and then expects them to be nice. What a load of bull. He deserves to be punched lol.

  2. Brad March 28, 2016 at 9:20 pm #

    This guy is pulled over by police 3 to 5 times a week? I’ve lived in Thailand for a year now, got my Thai car and bike licence within 3 days of arriving and can’t seem to get pulled over by police. Seriously, I’ve passed many, many police road blocks and only two times they pulled me over then straight away told me to drive on when they see that I am farang.

    Lucky me I guess…

    • Paul March 31, 2016 at 11:51 am #

      Yes very lucky as you must be the only person ever to get a residents certificate after 3 days.

      • Brad October 6, 2016 at 12:20 am #

        Residents certificate? No, I got my licences on a visa O. It’s only a tourist visa which does not allow a Thai licence to be obtained.

  3. Farang Truth November 8, 2016 at 1:52 pm #

    Sounds like you’re threatened by a gay guy having the balls to stand up to the Thai police when you don’t

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