Thai man in coma attacked by admired foreign Porsche owner

A 47-year-old Thai man was caught on camera in critical condition after being indiscriminately attacked by two French men.

Somkuan Songkhot picked up his wife, Lakhana Salao, from a cleaning job at the Central Mall in Koh Samui, Surat Thani province on October 15th. drive home on their motorbikes when they were overtaken by a white Porsche with Bangkok license plates. According to Lakhana, Somkuan said, “That car is so beautiful. When will we get one like this?” They reportedly followed the Porsche and admired it a little longer before passing.

The Porsche then began to drive the couple’s motorcycle out, honking until it pulled over to the side of the road in front of a grilled pork stand. . Lakana said Somquan noticed that the two passengers were foreigners and thought they were missing, so he approached them and asked them in English if they needed help.

At that moment, a man in a black shirt exited the passenger side of the Porsche and attacked Somquan. In cell phone video that captured the incident, a man can be seen kicking and punching Som Quang in the face before he fell and hit his head hard on the pavement, knocking him unconscious. It is unclear if the shirtless driver in the video also attacked Som Quang.

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Police arrested a 28-year-old and a 34-year-old Frenchman who confessed to attacking Som Quang and charged them with assaulting and seriously injuring another. Their car was also seized by the police.

Somquan was taken to a hospital on Koh Samui where he reportedly underwent emergency brain surgery to treat a cerebral hemorrhage and is still in critical condition.

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