THAI: Steward tells cops that captain hit him in the head on Chiang Mai flight

THAI: Steward tells cops that captain hit him in the head on Chiang Mai flight

 

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Picture: Thai Rath

 

Police in Chiang Mai have revealed that a Thai Airways steward filed a report with them saying he was assaulted by the captain on his flight. 

 

He said he did not want to pursue a criminal conviction at this stage. The report was made so that he could take it to airline chiefs for further action. 

 

Pol Lt-Col Thongchai Buangern of the Phuphing police said that Thanasak Prathakkhinang, 34, came to see him on February 18th to say that he suffered a head injury when captain Surasak Suwanwisat assaulted him 

 

The incident allegedly occurred on TG 110 from Suvarnabhumi airport to Chiang May on February 17th. The flight had taken off from Bangkok at 1.15 pm and reached Chiang Mai at 2.40 pm. 

 

After the plane taxied and as passengers were being disembarked he was assaulted at 2.50 pm, he said. No reason was given for the alleged attack. 

 

Nothing has happened in the case and Thai Rath did not quote anyone from the airline over the story. 

 

A senior policeman has said the police will only act if the complainant returns to press charges. 

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

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