Daring cannabis vendor chases fleeing shopper, gets shot while leaping from speeding pickup (video)

Shh! within the central province of Nakhon Pathom jumped onto the back of a rushing pickup to demand cost from his fleeing client. The ganja thief then shot the vendor within the leg after he leapt from the transferring vehicle.
Officers from Pho Kaew Police Station rushed to investigate the taking pictures scene in entrance of Soi Tessaban in the Sam Parn district of Nakhon Pathom and found 27 year previous Thanatsak Praphaporn, who sustained a gunshot wound to his leg.
Following medical treatment, Thanatsak cooperated with the police and offered a detailed account of the incident. He revealed that he labored as a cannabis vendor and acquired an order from a man he met on Facebook.
After agreeing on the product and its associated price, the client visited Thanatsak’s shop to gather the hashish. However, the client refused to pay and fled the shop in a white Isuzu D-Max. Strange jumped onto the back of the pickup and knocked on the rear window to inform the driving force to stop.
Thanatsak ultimately determined to disengage and jumped off the transferring car. Unexpectedly, the driving force opened the automotive window and shot him.
Officers are actually reviewing CCTV footage nearby the scene to trace down the gunman driving the pickup.
A related incident was reported firstly of this month in Phuket when two foreigners have been caught as they tried to steal hashish from a pharmacy. Their acts had been captured by the safety cameras. One of them distracted the seller by speaking with her on the counter, while another grabbed the products and put them in his shoulder bag.
However, the thief by chance dropped the stolen goods on the ground giving the game away. They returned the products to the pharmacy and did not face any charges.
In February, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) reported that Thailand was the fifth most expensive nation in Asia offering hashish. The report further emphasised that due to stringent control laws, seven out of the highest ten most expensive marijuana prices in the world are present in Asia.
However, a report on Prachachat contradicted that saying the price dropped after legalisation of the drug. The recent leaves that used to make 5,000 to 6,000 baht per kilogramme were lowered to 500 to 1,000 baht depending on the species..

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