Connect with us

Crime

Bangkok Cabbie Fined and License Suspended for Threatening then Dumping Korean Passengers

Avatar of CTN News

Published

on

 

BANGKOK – A taxi driver in Bangkok has been fined 2,000 baht and had his license suspended for one month for dumping two Korean passengers.

Police officers took action against Surachart Artwongsa, 43, after he had a dispute with the Korean passengers, one of whom was a famous TV personality who posted a video clip about the incident on Instagram.

Korean TV presenter Woo Ri Kim accused the taxi driver of taking him and a colleague round in circles for more than 20 minutes. When he complained, the driver threatened him with a stick.

Surachart told the police that, due to the language barrier, he thought they wanted to go to Sampeng market, but they wanted to go to Sathorn Road.

The taxi driver said that he did not want to take the Koreans to Sathorn Road and that, without asking for a fare, he told them to get off his cab.

By Supawadee Wangsri

The CTNNews editorial team comprises seasoned journalists and writers dedicated to delivering accurate, timely news coverage. They possess a deep understanding of current events, ensuring insightful analysis. With their expertise, the team crafts compelling stories that resonate with readers, keeping them informed on global happenings.

Continue Reading

CTN News App

CTN News App

Recent News

BUY FC 24 COINS

compras monedas fc 24

Advertise here

Volunteering at Soi Dog

Find a Job

Jooble jobs

Free ibomma Movies