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A Thai actress blacked out and crashed her minivan into nine motor vehicles and a restaurant on Pattaya’s Klang Sai Sam Road on Sunday night. No injuries were reported, and no alcohol was found in the actress’ system. The incident happened on Sunday, December 11, in front of a late-night porridge shop on Pattaya Klang Sai Sam Road. The owner of the porridge shop, 49 year old Sin, reported that he did not see how the Toyota Alphard minivan crashed into his shop because he was in the kitchen. He heard a crashing sound and went out to discover that his […]

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So she knew she has a condition of black outs or if she is clean then she has epilepsy. In any of the cases she should never have her license to drive and hopefully it will be revoked now. This is really irresponsible of her and lucky nobody was hurt or killed.

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4 hours ago, HolyCowCm said:

So she knew she has a condition of black outs or if she is clean then she has epilepsy. In any of the cases she should never have her license to drive and hopefully it will be revoked now. This is really irresponsible of her and lucky nobody was hurt or killed.

Well she's getting fined 400 bahts so we can at least rest assured that she won't do it again.

Come to Thailand, where thieving ladyboys are lurking in the dark and Thai actresses keep running you over in all sorts of places.

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A history of black outs, but still had a driving licence? In a lot of countries a history of seizures or black outs would preclude her from ever having driving licence at all. Sorry, stupid thing to say, it is Thailand we are talking about.

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1 hour ago, Grumpish said:

A history of black outs, but still had a driving licence? In a lot of countries a history of seizures or black outs would preclude her from ever having driving licence at all. Sorry, stupid thing to say, it is Thailand we are talking about.

Previous wife in Australia suffered seizures, and after a seizure was reassessed over a 3-month period with blood tests etc BUT was not allowed to drive for those 3 months. 

She personally had no recollection of the seizure and found it hard to justify the restrictions as she felt they were unnecessary. She was/is a registered Nurse.

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9 hours ago, Thaiger said:

A Thai actress blacked out and crashed her minivan into nine motor vehicles and a restaurant on Pattaya’s Klang Sai Sam Road on Sunday night.

Actress? Sounds like she might be a drama queen.

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