Thai internet users praised the officer who publicly reprimanded a driver at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport for parking their vehicle in an area intended for disabled travelers. On her Facebook page, Chatree Sintateeyakorn shared photos of a white luxury Nissan 350Z parked in an area reserved for disabled passengers at Suvarnabhumi Airport. The photographs quickly achieved online fame. The inscription on the illegally parked car’s front window attracted the interest of Thai social media users. According to the sign, this parking area is reserved for persons who are disabled or 65 or older. Based on the security camera footage, you do not appear to be elderly or disabled. Internet users praised the Suvarnabhumi Airport’s management for its prompt reactions. “Great! This strategy should be utilized by all law enforcement officials, especially in public areas such as shopping malls and gas stations. The team’s efforts are worthy of praise.” Who can say? There is a high possibility that the driver may sustain a brain injury.” They are accustomed to taking advantage of people despite their prosperity.

According to Khaosod, the owner of the five million baht vehicle has traveled in it. Kittipong Kittikachon, the general manager of Suvarnabhumi Airport, informed the media that three cars had been illegally parked in handicapped parking places. The airport has locked the steering wheel of a vehicle, and the owner must pay 1,000 Thai Baht to unlock it. Kittpong was aware that the sanctions were insufficient to discourage people from driving. Therefore, the airport began to upset cars in a brand-new approach a week ago.

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