Bangkok court docket fines man 1,000 baht for punching ‘master complainer’ Srisuwan

A court in Bangkok, Thailand, ruled yesterday that the person who physically assaulted “master complainer” Srisuwan Janya last 12 months should pay a nice of 1,000 baht. Srisuwan, nonetheless, demands 1 million baht in compensation.
The attack came after Srisawan accused Nose Udom – the nation’s favorite comic – of violating the legislation with the anti-governmental standup sketches on his Netflix present.
On October 18, Srisuwan was giving an interview to the press concerning the comedian on the Crime Suppression Division when self-proclaimed ‘Red Shirt’ Weerawit Rungraungsiriphon shouted “Mung riak tuk yang!” (“You complain about everything!”) before launching a number of punches and kicks.
The political activist was not critically injured. After the assault, Srisuwan filed charges against Uncle Sak at Bangkok’s Phahonyothin Police Station.
Yesterday, the prosecutor at Bangkok North Municipal Court dominated that Uncle Sak’s assault was a minor offence and punished him with a 1,000 baht fantastic.
The court revealed that Srisuwan’s lawsuit claimed damages of 1 million baht, which Uncle Sak said was “a bit overpriced” and refused to pay. He said he doesn’t have that much cash.
The felony part of the case is now complete but since Uncle Sak and Srisuwan cannot agree on the damages, the Civil Court should rule whether Uncle Sak is liable to fork out any cash.
If Srisuwan continues to demand 1 million baht, Uncle Sak will fight to the tip, he stated.
Hurry , deemed “Thailand’s grasp complainer,” was attacked at present after accusing comedian Nose Udom of violating the legislation together with his anti-government standup comedy sketches.
Secretary-General of the Association for the Protection of the Thai Constitution – Srisuwan Janya – travelled to the Crime Suppression Division in Bangkok at 10am right now to request that the authorities launch an investigation into Udom “Nose” Taepanich’s alleged crimes.
The comic got here into the spotlight recently after poking fun at the Thai authorities in the 13th collection of his standup comedy show ‘Deaw’ on Netflix.
Srisuwan says Nose Udom’s jokes could encourage individuals to join illegal public gatherings (pro-democracy protests) – which may “risk the security of the state, infringe the rights and freedoms of others or go towards public order and morality,” which is a felony offence according to the Computer Crimes Act (2007).
Today, Srisuwan was giving an interview to the press in regards to the comic when ‘Red Shirt’ Weerawit Rungraungsiriphon shouted “Mung riak tuk yang!” (“You complain about everything!”) before launching a quantity of punches and a few kicks. Apparently, Srisuwan isn’t the primary political figure Weerawit has punched within the face.
The activist was as soon as in style for his anti-corruption campaigns. However, recognition quickly turned to ridicule after Srisuwan launched a series of complaints in opposition to some very fashionable figures in Thailand – Bangkok governor Chadchart Sittipunt, hip-hop star ‘Milli’, and now the nation’s favorite comic – Nose Udom.
Despite Srisuwan’s obvious Pro-Prayut stance, his complaining was once directed at the Prayut-led navy junta. After the NCPO took power over Thailand by military coup in 2014, Srisuwan filed quite a few complaints in opposition to its members and associates. Then, he was summoned by the junta for an “attitude adjustment.”
Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan says Nose Udom’s anti-government jokes are “not an enormous deal.” However, it’s no secret that you could get in massive bother in Thailand for anti-government espousals. For example, three men were jailed last week for “insulting” PM Prayut and Deputy PM Prawit..

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