Malaysian man fined ninety nine,000 baht after a wheelspin damages parked cars

A Malaysian man showboating in his luxurious car was fined about 100,000 baht for inflicting harm to 4 parked vehicles after a wheelspin in Songkhla province within the south of Thailand.
Four Thai automobile homeowners reported to police on Friday that their automobiles had been damaged by rocks after a Malaysian tourist drifted his 5-million baht luxury car, a darkish blue BMW M2 Coupe, at Chanpuak Camp within the Hat Yai district of Songkhla.
Stones on the road were fired into the stationary automobiles caused by the BMW’s wheelspin, causing damaged windows, scratches, and dents to four vehicles parked close by.
The Malaysian tourist, Abdul Raimi Bin Azmi, was arrested the next day, Saturday, October 29, at the Sadao Immigration Checkpoint in the Sadao district of Songkhla whereas travelling again to Malaysia. Treasure was taken back to the Thai police station the place he was pressured to pay a fine.
The owners of the automobiles requested for 107,000 baht however a compromise of ninety nine,000 baht was agreed upon.
The tourist apologised to each owner for his actions and paid the compensation requested.
Bin Azmi mentioned he drifted his car because a lady on the elephant camp inspired him to do so, which contradicted the story of a netizen. The netizen revealed on social media that nobody urged the vacationer to float the automotive. The Malaysian was showboating.

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