Chiang Mai top brass roll out the red carpet for "handsome internet police heroes"

PUBLISHED ON THU, JUL 13, 2017 9:54 AM

Chiang Mai top brass roll out the red carpet for "handsome internet police heroes"

 

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Picture: Thai Rath

 

CHIANG MAI: -- Chiang Mai's top cop immediately rewarded two of his officers after they became internet celebrities.

 

The cops had helped a woman who fell down in the street. They ensured she got to hospital with one of them getting a lot of likes online as he cradled the woman in the pouring rain putting her in an ambulance.

 

Chief Sarayuth Sanguankhophai hastily arranged citation certificates for the officers telling the press they were fine examples of the local force.

 

Khongsak Kongngern, 32, who had carried the woman and Wisoot Moonloke, 26, received their awards at police HQ within hours of performing their duty.

 

They had been on patrol in the Ratchapreuk Park area when they saw the woman who had fainted in the middle of the road. They gave her first aid, called medics and ensured she got to Maharat Hospital.

 

Pictures of the incident were shared widely online.

 

The woman is recovering. Her name and address are not known, said Thai Rath who called the police heroes and more handsome than handsome in their headline.

 

The cops just said it was all in the line of duty.

 

Source: Thai Rath

 
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