Video: Burmese daredevil rider slapped with five charges by Chiang Mai police
Caption: The show is over...for Mr Fearless
Daily News reported that the Chiang Mai police had arrested a Burmese man caught doing daredevil stunts in the downtown area of the city.
Ongmeuang or "Mai", 21, who has been living in San Sai found himself a Facebook celebrity after doing a no hands stunt on his Honda Click.
The media said he worked in a massage parlor.
Picture: Daily News
Pol Maj Jitdanai Ratanaphaibooncharoen of the Chiang Mai constabulary and his team caught up with him yesterday.
He was pictured doing a reenactment of the stunt at the police station.
The result was five charges:
1. Negligent and dangerous driving
2. Driving without due care and attention for other road users
3. Not having the proper equipment on his motorcycle
4. Having no tax
5. Not wearing a helmet.
Source: Daily News
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