The Royal Thai Police has promised a reward of 10,000 baht to the public, which traffic offenders report to relevant officials during the New Year’s holiday “Seven Dangerous Days”.
Police General Damrongsak Kittiprafat, the deputy. National Police chief and director of the Public Road Racing Suppression Center told the assembled press that stricter traffic rules had been introduced since Nov. 15. During this period, 36 videos were handed over to the police by the public, which officials say are eligible to receive this “reward”.
Violators of six cases have been charged so far and 2,000 baht has been distributed to those who reported the clips, the plv said. chief.
In addition, officials would raise the price to 10,000 baht for clips reported every day about traffic offenders during the seven dangerous days on New Year’s Day, from December 29 to January 4.
Perhaps unnecessarily, your news bear notes, not every reported traffic violation qualifies for this prize festival, sometimes a reported traffic violation is rejected and there is not even a poodle prize.
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