Man asked to pay Huge Fine for Car Crash in Bangkok says not only can he not Drive, but he hasn’t been to Bangkok for Three Years

 | Thu 10 Oct 2013 12:08 ICT

CityNews – On 9th October a Sakon Nakorn man Thongyu Srisutham (62) told police he was involved with a case of mistaken identity.  He explained that he received a letter from the court that demanding a payment of 655,004.42 baht for a case that he was not involved with.

It was reported on the popular that the letter from the court stated that Thongyu owned a black Isuzu car, licence plate no. lor ror 1930 Bangkok, and that on 11th January 2013 around 9.40 a.m., he drove this car into another car on soi Chok Chai 4, soi 73 in Bangkok.

Only Thongyu told police he hadn’t been to Bangkok for three years, and not only that, he couldn’t drive. Thongyu said he had held onto the letter, though it caused him a lot of stress. His wife fell ill, but he said he didn’t have the money to go to Bangkok and clear the matter up. Instead he decided to finally call local police.