A foul-mouthed bus driver ended up on his knees begging for forgiveness after one of the objects of his road rage complained to police.
Pattaya police stopped the First Transport Co. bus driven by Kamolthum Kaewcharoen as it reached the intersection of Sukhumvit and Thepprasit roads May 2. Kamolthum, 43, was made to get out of the bus and wait as a driver subjected to a string of profanities identified him.
The motorists complained that Kamolthum had been screaming profanities at drivers along his route, which the driver complained was not only unprofessional, but brought shame upon Thais in front of the Chinese tourists in his bus.
Foul-mouthed bus driver Kamolthum Kaewcharoen, stopped by police for his antics, got down on his knees to beg officers and drivers not to tell his boss.
Police let Kamolthum take his 25 passengers to their hotel. But the offended motorist insisted police report the incident to his employer.
Kamolthum got down on his knees and apologized, begging both officers and the driver not to tell his boss.