Video: Driver going the wrong way near tunnel in Chiang Mai - police explain why

Video: Driver going the wrong way near tunnel in Chiang Mai - police explain why

 

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Picture: Thai Rath

 

Mobile phone footage from near the Ruam Choke intersection tunnel in Chiang Mai showed a car be driven completely the wrong way on a busy highway. 

 

The media and netizens wondered why someone could be so stupid. 

 

The police soon gave them their answer.

 

CCTV showed that the car had spun in the tunnel after an incident and was coming out this way to try and find a place to make a U-turn.

 

There were no reports of damage. 

 

The Chiang Mai traffic police have issued a summons to talk to the driver after the footage appeared on Facebook on the page of Rewat Viangsuwan. 

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

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