Aussie man apprehended in Phuket after taking erratic joy experience in stolen automotive

Thai police apprehended an Aussie man after he was found to have stolen a automotive on the Phuket International Airport and proceeded to take an erratic pleasure journey.
The man reportedly stole the automobile at the airport’s automotive park, hit a parked vehicle and fled the scene. He then ran by way of two police checkpoints before he was apprehended.
According to the Phuket News, Sakhu Police were informed by a Thai man at round 5.50pm that his white Toyota Yaris had been stolen from the airport by a overseas man.
Police tracked the stolen automobile via its GPS, prompting officers to set up a checkpoint on Chao Fa East Road. But the fifty five year previous Aussie, John Joseph Donnelly, ignored the checkpoint. Officers say he drove by the checkpoint at full pace, prompting them to chase him by motorbike.
Donnelly encountered one other checkpoint and struck a motorcycle being pushed by Filipp Vorontsov a 35 year outdated Russian national. Vorontsov did not endure critical injuries, but his motorbike went under the left entrance of the stolen car.
Donnelly tried to keep driving however the motorbike blew out his left entrance tyre. He stopped near Friendship Beach and attempted to flee on foot.
Police caught up to him and took him to Chalong Police Station after which to Sakhu Police Station, the place they charged him with a number of offences. Auto theft and reckless driving inflicting harm to non-public property have been among those offences.
Donnelly already had a felony record in Phuket Town for theft, according to Bandasak Srilert of the Sakhu Police. He is reportedly recognized to be on medicine for a psychological dysfunction.
Meanwhile, Phuket immigration is launching a ‘red card’ system for wayward foreigners which is in a position to see them deported after two offences.
Praphansak Prasansuk, Commander of the Immigration Region 6 office, introduced the system yesterday.
“Under the system, a foreigner will be designated a ‘yellow card’ for a primary offence. The foreigner might be issued a proper warning and the related embassy shall be notified.”

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