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A recent incident involving 32 Porsches left drivers furious at a traffic junction in Thailand. Two Porsche drivers from a total convoy of 32 blocked other vehicles, only to jump a red light.
The 32 Porsche sportscars moving in convoy ignored all warnings and jumped a red light at the Wat Sri Panton intersection in Nan Province, Thailand. CCTV footage of the incident clearly shows two Porsches: a yellow Carrera and a grey Boxster blocking the traffic to allow the remaining cars to pass through.
Video Courtesy: Viral Press
The video starts off showing the Carrera and the Boxster first driving ahead to cut off the oncoming vehicles. This was although, the vehicles had the right of way with green lights. The Carrera first stops in the middle of the junction, with the Boxster behind assisting as well. Once the oncoming traffic is blocked, various Porsche models start driving off and jump the signal without any hesitancy. All this, while other helpless motorists watch on furiously.
Once all the Porsches crossed the signal, a Porsche Cayenne SUV tailing the pack indicates the Carrera driver who then drives off together, finally giving other motorists a chance to move.
A furious motorist who was blocked at the intersection, stated, "They obviously planned on this. They knew what they were doing but they just didn't care. Being rich doesn't mean you can break the law.'
According to reports, the Thai police department has started an investigation into these Porsche supercar owners. They stated that the Porsche drivers had 'intentionally violated the traffic rules'.
However, the police are still on the lookout for the 32 Porsche drivers. Police Major General Saan Pholiraksa, Commander of the Nan Provincial Police has announced that once apprehended, all drivers will be made to pay hefty fines for their intentional violation of traffic rules.
He also stated, "We are checking through security cameras for number plates and have our officers keep an eye on the case closely. Currently, local police are looking for more evidence. Fines will be rolled to these exclusive car owners for the traffic violation."
Thoughts On The 32 Porsches Intentionally Violating Traffic
The Porsche driver blocking the oncoming traffic to allow the convoy to pass through safely is clearly an intentional violation of traffic rules. The video just shows how some sports car owners break the law without hesitating and feel they can get away with it.
Source: Mail Online