Patong police clamp down on tuk tuk misuse of public parking spaces

In a stringent move, Patong Police issued a stringent directive for all tuk tuk drivers to cease occupancy of public parking areas, with a specific concentrate on the area alongside Patong Beach Road.
Plain swung into this motion following an incident involving a tuk tuk driver who unlawfully utilised a public parking spot on the Beach Road, also called Thaweewong Road. This incident unfolded on a Saturday afternoon. Accompanying it is a rash of complaints sieving in by way of social media platforms, which the Patong Police duly famous of their report.
On the said Saturday, at three.45pm, Patong Traffic Police Captain Pongpan Tesawit arrived on the scene to enlighten the driving force on his misdemeanour. The driver stationed his automobile on one of many twin parking areas alongside the beach road. Notably, the spot at which this transgression occurred, offers for the parking of 24 public automobiles.
The stern warning was issued underneath the purview of Patong Police Chief, Police Colonel Sujin Nilbadi, and supplemented by the three Deputy Superintendents of Patong Police Station: Lieutenant Colonel Somporn Surin, Lt. Col. Phum Samem Voranon and Lt. Col. Wutthiwat Liangboonjinda.
Tuk tuk operators have been firmly instructed to keep away from intimidation or threatening behaviour in course of any automobiles arriving to select up vacationers. This motion was justified as a means to prevent potential fear or misery among others violently coerced or exhibiting signs of contravening liberties reported Phuket News.
Drivers of these three-wheelers have been exhorted to venture a hospitable image, by providing amiable companies to vacationers visiting the Patong area.
The warning from Patong Police emphatically reiterated…

“Do not take benefit [of people], and charge a good fare to promote an excellent tourism image for Phuket and Thailand.”

It’s price noting that alongside the prohibition warning issued by Patong Police that appeared online, an image of a ‘green-plate’ taxi intruding upon the lineup of public parking spaces was included. However, within the warning issued, no specific mention or reference was made to the green-plate taxis..

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