Thai driving: This one takes some believing!

Thai driving: This one takes some believing!

 

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Caption: Police booth demolished

 

CCTV footage shared by the police in Chiang Mai showed a car completely demolish a police booth.

 

Sanook said that the car was doing about 100 kmph and didn't slow down at all. 

 

Fortunately there was no cop in the booth as it was 1 am on Friday.

 

It was also lucky that no one on the main road was killed. 

 

They speculated that the driver was either drunk or fell asleep at the wheel.

 

It happened at a t-junction called the Kong Kamlang Pha Muang intersection in the northern Thai city.

 

There was no word on the condition of the car driver. 

 

 

 

Source: Sanook

 

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