Hey, no Porsche ing in! Convoy of 32 Porsches blocks traffic so that the arrogant drivers of the car can jump a red light
- Two Porsches blocked vehicles against a red light so that a convoy of 32 cars could pass
- The sports cars kept up traffic at Wat Sri Panton intersection in the province of Nan
- The police in Thailand threatened the drivers with fines for breaking traffic rules
Chris Dyer for Mailonline
Drivers were furious after a convoy of 32 Porsches had blocked other vehicles, so they could jump a red light in Thailand.
The colorful sports cars ignored the warnings at the intersection of Wat Sri Panton in the province of Nan tonight.
CCTV shows how yellow and a silver Porsches led the way to cut off oncoming vehicles that had priority because their lights were green.
The footage shows a stream of different colored Porsches in succession through the intersection while helpless motorists watch.
A stream of different colored Porsches flowed through the intersection of Wat Sri Panton in the province of Nan, while the yellow and silver drivers (top right) blocked oncoming vehicles
The arrogant blockade then let the other 30 Porsches pass safely.
Motorist Jan Chalom, one of the drivers who was blocked at the junction, said: & # 39; They clearly planned this. They know what they are doing, but it just does not matter. Being rich does not mean that you can violate the law. & # 39;
The Thai police said that they have a "serious investigation". started to the supercar rebels because they & # 39; intentionally violated the traffic rules & # 39 ;.
As soon as the two blocker cars arrived at the intersection, the drivers stopped for the traffic that had priority, so that the convoy only passed through the red light.
Police Major General Saan Pholiraksa, the commander of the provincial police of Nan, threatened the sports car drivers with fines if they were arrested.
He said: 'We check security cameras' on license plates and let our agents keep a close eye on the matter.
& # 39; Currently the local police are looking for more evidence. Fines will be paid to these exclusive car owners for traffic violations. & # 39;