Son of Red Bull executive nabbed for alleged fatal hit-and-run accident

A son of Red Bull drinks executive Chalerm Yoovidhya was arrested on Monday for allegedly killing a police patrolman in a hit-and-run accident.

Chalerm’s son, Worayuth, was arrested at Chalerm’s house on Sukhumvit Soi 53 after he admitted to Metropolitan Police Commissioner Pol Lt Gen Kamronwit Thoopkrajang that he was driving the Ferrari that hit the motorcycle of Pol Sen Sgt Maj Wichien Klanprasert of Thonglor police station at 5:30am.

The Ferrari car was seen fleeing into Chalerm’s house, prompting Kamronwit to rush to the house and talk with Chalerm for about an hour.

Wichien was hit by the black sports car at the mouth of Soi Sukhumvit 49. The car dragged Wichien’s body and motorcycle for over 200 metres.

Witnesses told police that the Ferrari fled into Chalerm’s house on Sukhumvit Soi 53.

Read the rest of the news article HERE~!!

Random Silly Stuff Found on Sukhumvit

Gangtoy, huh? Cheerleaders for violent kids, aren’t we~?!?!

(found inside Gateway Ekamai, Sukhumvit 63)

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ZERO baht price~!!!!

(found inside Fuji Supermarket, Sukhumvit 33/1)

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“Wanted Drug Dealer Shit Dead”

How come? Did he get typhoid fever~?? Continue reading

Weird/Creepy Happening on Sukhumvit

I was waiting for a taxi inside Sukhumvit 26. The traffic wasn’t moving when I noticed that a car a few steps away had one of its windows down. The driver stuck his head out and started shouting something towards my direction. I wasn’t sure whether he was talking to me (there was nobody around, but why would he be shouting at me, right?) so I just ignored him.

Then about half a minute later the traffic started moving, and the same car stopped right in front of me. The driver said something to me, so I stepped closer to hear him better. The driver was a Thai man who looked to be in his 40s. He asked me for directions to go to Samitivej Hospital. But as soon as he asked this question, my gut feeling told me that this was a FAKE question, that this man actually did NOT need directions – he was just PRETENDING to be asking. Continue reading

REVIEW: Smith (Sukhumvit 49)

The same people who brought Hyde & Seek (NOT on Sukhumvit Road, by the way) to Bangkok have graced my beloved Sukhumvit with their newest offering – Smith (as in “food smith”, get it?), located in Sukhumvit 49).

Smith sticks to a nose-to-tail philosophy – which believes that when an animal is killed, ALL its parts must be eaten (not just the “popular” or “acceptable” ones = more eco-friendly).

I’ve actually passed by its unique facade a couple of times already, but I heard that it’s tough to get a reservation there since it’s still new and so hyped-up.

Well well well… one of my friends managed to squeeze us in, but let me just get to the point here – I was not so impressed. Continue reading