Two of participating in an attack on the two Thai brothers Hells Angels have reported and volunteered with the police in Pattaya, compensation of 150.000 to pay Baht to the two injured.
In the incident on 17. September in front of a beer bar in South Pattaya, which was recorded by a security camera, three heavily built men beaten into two Thais. Previously, the men should be rammed with her black pickup the motorcycle of the two Thais and just drove.
Wie sich später herausstellte, the two brothers had then in pursuit of the pickup while the vehicle with bricks, attacked and demolished machetes and golf clubs. The front window and various other vehicle components the pickup were destroyed.
Now two of the attackers have registered with the Tourist Police and were met by police Major Piyapong Ensarn, acts as an intermediary between the groups, accompanied to the police station in Pattaya.
According to Pattaya police chief Apichai Krobphet it should be at the two Australian men around the 34-year-old Daniel Anthony Stalley and around the 43 Year-old John Lee act. They are both belong to the Australian Hells Angels and monitored and observed for quite some time by the police.
After two hours of discussion at the police station, the two Australians admitted, in the attack on the two Thai brothers Ponran Chartbut (22 Jahre) und den 24 Years old Natthapong Pooncharoen to have been involved.
The two Australians were willing to, the two injured Thais compensation of 150.000 Baht zu zahlen. Furthermore, they wanted the third Thai also involved 5.000 Offer baht as compensation.
Colonel Apichai said, that the police initially want to wait for the results of medical examinations, before deciding, whether the two Australians are charged with aggravated assault. Wenn ja, it would be an offense, and the case would not end with the payment of compensation. In this case, the two men would have to reckon with further legal action against them.
The police would like the third, previously unknown man, which is also seen in the video questioning about the incident.