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Japanese media were laughing at Thailand yesterday after ANN News broadcast a picture of a Thai road sign that said: Mao Khap Cha-chaa – If you’re drunk, drive slowly.
Japan has very strict drink driving laws while Thailand is sometimes seen as a joke in this regard, notes Thaivisa.
The media claimed to have confronted officials in Nakorn Ratchasima about it only to be told that it was impossible to stop DUI – so they were just appealing for drunks to drive slowly at New Year.
Sanook reported on the story with part of a headline that stated “Media from the land of sushi absolutely confused”.
They pointed out that Thailand does not allow drink driving.
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Drunk drivers stay to the right?
It is like my friend in Koh Samui telling me I only had to wear my helmet during the day because the police did not care at night.
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