A viral photograph of a taxi in Bangkok carrying a big wardrobe in its boot sparked amusement and concern amongst netizens. The picture exhibits the yellow taxi driving by means of the town with the wardrobe protruding of the open boot.
The picture was shared on-line at the moment inflicting a stir amongst social media customers. The photograph was taken by a Thai taxi drivers’ group member on Fb, who captioned it with the hashtag #fightingforlife. The weird sight prompted a variety of reactions, with some questioning the need of pick-up vehicles and others expressing concern concerning the potential hazard.
As reported on KhaoSod, some netizens speculated whether or not the picture was edited, however others confirmed that they had witnessed the scene. One consumer commented…
“Sure, I noticed it too close to the Victory Monument. How did they handle to try this?”
One other consumer added that that they had seen the taxi attain its vacation spot safely, however the wardrobe had toppled over and shattered the glass when it was unloaded in an alley.
The incident has highlighted the resourcefulness of taxi drivers within the face of difficult conditions and the significance of highway security.
The story is a welcome reduction from the same old bad-boy Bangkok taxi driver tales. The Thaiger yesterday revealed that Bangkok Police arrested one other naughty taxi driver who stole over 1.2 million baht from a Japanese passenger whereas the sufferer fell asleep throughout the journey.
The theft occurred within the early hours of Thursday, June 8. The 40 yr outdated Japanese businessman, Nammo Hiroshi, reported to Thong Lor Police Station officers that he fell sufferer to a taxi driver thief. He defined that he took a pink taxi automotive from the Asoke neighbourhood of Bangkok to the Sukhumvit space.
The taxi driver unexpectedly pulled over and insisted Hiroshi swap to a different taxi automotive. Hiroshi complied and transferred to a different taxi. He then fell asleep till arriving at his vacation spot and later found that his belongings had disappeared, together with a Rolex watch value 1 million baht, an iPhone 14 Professional max value 40,000 baht, MacBook value 60,000 baht, and a bank card. Learn extra concerning the story HERE.