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Phuket Mayhem: New Zealand Brothers’ High-Speed Chase and Dramatic Noodle Shop Showdown with Thai Police

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In the buzzing heart of Phuket, under the sweltering Thai sun, a tale of unexpected adventure and high-speed drama unfolded along the bustling Chao Fah Tawan Ok Road. Senior Pol. Sgt.-Maj. Somsak Nooiad, a seasoned officer known for his commitment to the safety of his community, set the stage for an unforgettable turn of events that would soon grip the streets of Mueang District.

It was just another day in paradise, or so it seemed, until the tranquility of the morning was shattered by the roar of two motorcycles. Zooming past shops and startled pedestrians, two foreign men, blissfully unaware of the chase they were about to ignite, rode with a fervor that drew the immediate attention of Sgt.-Maj. Somsak. Determined to uphold the law, he signaled them to halt. Yet, like characters in an action-packed movie, they defied the call to stop and sped off, plunging the officer into a high-speed pursuit that would prove more thrilling than a roller coaster ride at an amusement park.

The chase took a dramatic turn when the riders, in a move befitting a cinematic climax, swerved into a noodle shop’s parking lot. It wasn’t the lure of a quick snack that stopped them but rather the relentless pursuit of Somsak, who had been documenting this adrenaline-fueled escapade on his phone. Faced with the unyielding lawman, tempers flared. The air, thick with tension and the aroma of noodles, became the unlikely stage for a confrontation that escalated quicker than a spicy Thai curry’s kick.

In a shocking twist, the officer’s phone met an untimely end, knocked from his hands with disbelief. But that was merely the appetizer. The scuffle that ensued was the main course, a disastrous attempt by the men to disarm the officer, triggering a gunshot that sliced through the air, a stark reminder of how dangerously close they were to a tragedy. Miraculously, the bullet found no victim, but Sgt.-Maj. Somsak wasn’t as fortunate, sustaining injuries in the melee.

Backup swiftly arrived, like cavalry in a western, bringing the chaotic scene under control. The culprits, now more notorious than famous, were none other than Hamish, aged 36, and Oscar, 38, hailing from the distant lands of New Zealand. Not ones to let an opportunity slip, they reportedly dangled the carrot of bribery before the officials – an offering as unwelcome as ants at a picnic.

As the curtain fell on this real-life drama, the duo was set to face the music in court, with the police firmly against granting them the freedom to skip town. With the accusations piling up – from robbery to assaulting an officer and the audacious attempt at bribery – their plight was a script with more twists than a pretzel.

The Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police, Pol. Gen. Surachate Hakparn, was not to be left out of this narrative. Determined to ensure that this story didn’t find a sequel, he ordered a stern response: visa revocations and a future ban from the country. Rumors swirled that these renegade tourists might be MMA fighters, a detail that would not have seemed out of place in their tumultuous encounter with law enforcement. Phuket, a place known for sun, sea, and serenity, had found its way into the headlines for a story as spicy and unexpected as its famed cuisine.

As the dust settled on this extraordinary episode, the Facebook sphere buzzed with the tale of the “MMA fighters” and their clash with the law, served as a reminder that, sometimes, life indeed imitates art, offering up stories that are stranger, more thrilling, and more entertaining than fiction. Through the streets of Phuket, the echoes of this saga linger, a testament to the adventures and misadventures that await in this vibrant corner of the world.


  1. KiwiTraveler89 March 18, 2024

    This story is wild! These brothers really thought they were in an action movie. While I don’t condone breaking the law, you’ve gotta admit, it makes for an entertaining read.

    • PattayaPete March 18, 2024

      Entertaining? They broke the law in a foreign country and put people’s lives at risk. ‘Entertaining’ is the last word I’d use.

      • KiwiTraveler89 March 18, 2024

        Yes, entertaining as a story. I’m not saying what they did was right. Just that it’s something out of a movie.

      • ThailandLover March 18, 2024

        Totally agree with Pete here. There’s nothing funny about what they did. People could have been seriously hurt!

    • MovieBuff123 March 18, 2024

      Honestly sounds like a plot straight out of a Fast & Furious movie. Too bad reality doesn’t have a stunt team to make sure everyone’s safe.

      • PattayaPete March 18, 2024

        Exactly my point. This is real life, not a movie. We need to remember the difference.

  2. LocalHero March 18, 2024

    As a Thai citizen, I’m really disappointed to see tourists disrespect our laws like this. It makes me worried about the kind of image we’re projecting to the world.

    • GlobalNomad March 18, 2024

      It’s a few bad apples. Most tourists respect and love the culture. Can’t let stories like these define the whole bunch.

      • LocalHero March 18, 2024

        Fair point, but these ‘bad apples’ end up getting most of the attention. It’s frustrating.

  3. JusticeWarrior March 18, 2024

    This is a serious breach of law, and they should be punished accordingly. Bribery attempt on top of everything else? Throw the book at them.

    • HumanRightsFirst March 18, 2024

      Agree they should be punished, but let’s also talk about police pursuit policies and ensuring that human rights are upheld even in these situations.

      • JusticeWarrior March 18, 2024

        Fair point, and I agree. It’s a delicate balance, and human rights shouldn’t be ignored.

      • LegalEagle101 March 18, 2024

        Absolutely. The legal system should be put under scrutiny as well to ensure fair treatment for all involved.

  4. FightFan March 18, 2024

    Heard they might be MMA fighters. If true, they definitely knew how to handle themselves in a fight, which makes the whole thing more dangerous.

    • MMAEnthusiast March 18, 2024

      Being an MMA fighter doesn’t give you a free pass to wreak havoc. They should know discipline and respect above all.

  5. CultureVulture March 18, 2024

    Every time tourists misbehave abroad, it’s a cultural disrespect. It’s essential to remember when visiting another country, you’re essentially an ambassador of your own.

  6. RealityCheck March 18, 2024

    I think there’s more to this story. Maybe the police were too aggressive, or there was a misunderstanding. We shouldn’t jump to conclusions without all the facts.

    • FactsFirst March 18, 2024

      Interesting point. It’s easy to judge based on a sensational story, but we’re not hearing the brothers’ side here.

      • RealityCheck March 18, 2024

        Exactly! There’s always another side to the story, and it might give us a whole different perspective.

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