Video: Chiang Mai beauty red faced but not shocked after her new car rolls into the moat

PUBLISHED ON SAT, JUL 15, 2017 5:05 AM

Video: Chiang Mai beauty red faced but not shocked after her new car rolls into the moat

 

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Manager reported that a Chiang Mai beauty was embarrassed but not shocked after her brand new car rolled into the moat yesterday.

Thirty eight year old Norarat Uplabat, the owner of Nails and Brows by Ying in the central city, was visiting Computer City on Manee Nopparat Road to take back some faulty equipment.

She left the brake off her Suzuki Swift that she bought three months ago because the car park was full and she had to double park.

But just moments after she carried out her computer someone shouted that her vehicle was moving.

Unable to do anything but watch, the car rolled over the road and into the moat bonnet first with the back wheels getting stuck on the concrete edge.

Fortunately no one was hurt and there was no accident caused.

Norarat said there was nothing to be done but call the insurance company.

She took the incident with good humor and kept a smile on her face telling reporters that she was not shocked but was more than a little embarrassed with all the people watching.

 

 

 

Source: Manager

 

 

 
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