Police arrest two teenagers for allegedly promoting street racing online

Police in Bangkok have announced that they have arrested two teenagers who were allegedly using their Facebook accounts to promote and encourage illegal street racing.

Speaking this morning Tourist Police deputy commissioner Pol General Surachet Hakpal said that two 18-year-old teens have been taken into custody.

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The first was arrested yesterday for allegedly using an account linked to him with the name Rotsing Bangsue (racing motorcycles of Bang Sue) to promote street racing on Valentine’s Day (Feb 14) on Rama VI Road Vibhavadi Road and Kamphaeng Phet Road all in Bangkok.

Police arrest two teenagers for allegedly promoting street racing online

His page was said to have 1,000 followers.

Officers arrested the teen who has yet to be named in a Soi behind Wat Phai Ton in the Sue district of Bangkok.

Following the first arrest a second teen was also arrested yesterday in the Bang Sue district.

Police arrest two teenagers for allegedly promoting street racing online

He was also allegedly using Facebook to promote street racing using his Wairoon Thanon Thuan account (Youths of wild roads of Bang Sue) to encourage street racing on Valentine’s Day at the same already mentioned streets.

General Surachet said that his page had 1,500 followers.

Source: The Nation

Content : LovePattayaThailand

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