A run in with Bangkok cops. One guy's story.

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A run in with Bangkok cops. One guy's story.

Post by Kung-fu Hillbilly » Sat Jul 20, 2019 6:09 pm

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July 8th, 2019

He said 50k baht. To which I laughed and said “I no big money farang”, he then lowered it to 10K baht. I said ok.

" Then I feel someone grab my left shoulder from behind to try and get me to turn around. Upon turning around, I immediately snatched this person by the collar with both hands and shook him around like a rag doll."

"They found a popper which I had bought earlier that evening as a Thai woman had introduced these to me and I liked taking a sniff while getting a blowjob."

"I walked to 7/11 and got a can of Coca Cola and sat down on the curb, processing this in my drunken stupor.I decided I wasn’t going to pay them anything as in my mind they had assaulted me first."

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Re: A run in with Bangkok cops. One guy's story.

Post by Ghostwriter » Sat Jul 20, 2019 6:40 pm

Good to read some hopeful stories. I guess the cops on a good mood were just releasing the relaxed cow that wasn't obviously full of milk,
I've been let go without paying a few times myself, it's just a matter of attitude and how to play on it.

Either speak their language, either speak a language they cannot understand, but no english. Middle ground in speak, middle ground in cash.
Nevermind, i'm not here anyway.
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