Life in Moving Vehicles: Thai Police Tchotchkes

Life in Moving Vehicles: Thai Police Tchotchkes

When I saw these ceramic knickknacks that resemble cops in a taxi, I knew right away that the driver was somehow associated with the Royal Thai Police. As it turns out, he had just retired from the force last year and was driving a taxi to stay out of trouble and to make some extra cash. Then he mentioned that I can give him a call if I ever get into any trouble myself, so I took his phone number. You never know when you might need some help from short guys with little round spectacles and no necks.

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