Driver who rammed car at Patong massage shop faces a quantity of charges

The driver who rammed his automotive into parked motorbikes following a conflict at a Patong therapeutic massage shop is now going through multiple costs. The costs include inflicting lack of property, bodily harm causing damage, and reckless driving inflicting harm, The Phuket Express reported.
Four folks have been injured, and 4 automobiles had been broken in the incident on Rat-U-Thit 200 Pee Road on Monday evening.
It was reported yesterday in The Phuket News that the driving force, 25 year outdated Panudet, nicknamed ‘Manao’ had had a conflict with Chatchanan ‘Patty’ Charoenjai, the proprietor of a therapeutic massage store. Manao had pushed his automobile to the shop to settle the battle with Patty when he noticed Patty with six other males, who had been allegedly yelling at him.
The group reportedly approached the automotive, making Manao scared for his safety. Manao claimed that he panicked, and by chance had the automobile in the “wrong gear” when tried to drive off, and instead rammed into motorbikes parked in entrance of the massage shop.
According to The Phuket Express, Patty knocked on Manao’s automotive door, wanting to speak to him in regards to the night before when Manao allegedly nearly crashed his automobile into a few of Patty’s workers.
This is an ongoing story, and The Thaiger will continue to offer any updates.
ORIGINAL STORY: Conflict at Patong Message shop leads to automotive ramming and accidents
A battle at a Patong therapeutic massage store led to a automobile ramming and injuries on Monday night time, The Phuket News reported. The incident happened at around 8pm.
The driver, Panudet, had a dispute with the co-owner of a luxury therapeutic massage shop, Chatchanan ‘Patty’ Charoenjai. Panudet beforehand reported to police that Chatchanan had slapped him across the face. Private for the dispute that led to the slapping was not explained.
On Monday at 6pm, Panudet obtained a call from a staffer at the shop, Thanapong “Toey” Hongsanit. Police apparently needed the 2 parties to “meet with investigators” to resolve the battle. Officers had tried but failed to contact Chatchanan until Thanapong known as to inform Panudet that Chatchanan had rushed back from another province to settle the battle.
Panudet drove to the therapeutic massage store to name Chatchanan to come to the police station. Chatchanan refused, saying he would wait for the police summons.
Panudet then returned to Patong Police Station to retrieve his pink Mazda 2. Then, he drove his car back to the massage store.
When Panudet returned to the massage shop, he saw Chatchanan with six other men, who had been allegedly yelling at him. The group reportedly approached the automobile, making Panudet scared for his safety.
Panudet claimed that he panicked, and by accident had the automobile in the “wrong gear” when tried to drive off, and as a substitute rammed into motorbikes parked in front of the therapeutic massage shop.
Video footage shows the incident. Police mentioned they have been waiting for medical reports to verify the accidents sustained. Officers mentioned that the police cannot press charges with no written document confirming that someone was injured..

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