Altercation on the MRT as Thai man tells foreign tourist to “go back your f’ing country”
Video footage captures the moment a Thai man tells a foreign tourist to "go back your fucking country" during an argument in a busy MRT carriage in Bangkok.
The incident is said to have taken place on Friday afternoon and was shared by Twitter user luckyphilbkk.
During the 2 minute 43 second clip, the a Thai man can be seen confronting the tourist, who is believed to be Chinese.
The Thai man asks him “what the hell do you want?” before telling him to “go back your f***ing country” and shouting “away, away” while waving his hand in a dismissive manner.
The tourist can then be heard saying “let’s go to the police station” before the Thai guy replies "you wanna fight?"
The argument then continues as others try to restrain the Thai man.
The Thai men can later be heard saying “I want to fight you”.
It is not known the reason for the argument or why the Thai man challenged the tourist to a fight.
The clips ends without a single punch being thrown.
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