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Police officers drag sewage soaked drug dealer out of the drain after trying to hide but got stuck

Police officers drag sewage soaked drug dealer out of the drain after trying to hide but got stuck

  • Sopha Ardjalee, 46, was stopped for motorcycling without license plate
  • He escaped from patrolling officers by going to the drainage system in central Thailand
  • About 24 hours later the locals heard his cry for help and he was rescued by the police
  • Ardjalee, now in custody, will be charged for drug use and possession

A drug dealer who was found in sewage water after spending 24 hours in a police drain had to be dragged by the police.

Sopha Ardjalee, 46, was pulled out of the sewer at around 10:30 am yesterday after the locals heard him screaming for help in Samut Prakan, central Thailand.

He was stopped by a patrolling officer for riding a motorcycle without license plate in Samut Prakan, central Thailand on Sunday morning.

But when they asked him to search, he refused to cooperate and started attacking while trying to escape. The police later discovered that he had meth in his back pocket.

Sopha Ardjalee, 46, was pulled out of the sewer at around 10:30 am yesterday after the locals heard him screaming for help in Samut Prakan, Central Thailand

Sopha Ardjalee, 46, was pulled out of the sewer at around 10:30 am yesterday after the locals heard him screaming for help in Samut Prakan, Central Thailand

Cell phone images show the hands of Ardjalee biting officers as they try to tie him to a metal barrier.

While Ardjalee tries to prevent the police from handcuffing him, he falls to the ground and tries to slip under the railings.

While two policemen grabbed him on the ground, he pulled himself closer to the concrete edge. And when one of the officers loses his grip, Ardjalee manages to pull his entire torso over the edge while his t-shirt seems to tear.

The drug dealer is covered with sticky mud when he gets underground in his 24 hours

The drug dealer is covered with sticky mud when he gets underground in his 24 hours

The drug dealer is covered with sticky mud when he gets underground in his 24 hours

When his pants fall down, he can collapse into a dirty drain and escape to the drainage system.

But 24 hours later, a tired, thirsty, and hungry Ardjalee is forced to come through a drain for help.

And it is so weak that even when the drain cap is removed, it cannot gather the power to pull itself out. If he is offered some water, he can be saved.

He spent hours wading in the mud without trousers and a torn T-shirt after his escape

He spent hours wading in the mud without trousers and a torn T-shirt after his escape

He spent hours wading in the mud without trousers and a torn T-shirt after his escape

Yesterday's footage at 10.30 shows volunteers trying to find him before he removes the concrete slab about 300 meters from where he fell.

He turned out to be covered with sewage and told the police that he was grateful that they had saved his life.

He says: & # 39; I was so hungry and thirsty. It smelled so bad there. I didn't think I'd ever come out alive. & # 39;

Senior Sergeant Major Kiatisak Kongphetsak and Corporal Chontit Phinsuwan said he initially asked for a backup of the middle-aged man after finding meth.

The police of the Phra Pradaeng police station followed the area from one day to the next, but could not find the escaped suspect until the residents told him that they heard a man crying out for help from the underground.

Ardjalee had to be sprayed after being pulled out of the sewer - before being taken to the hospital under a police escort

Ardjalee had to be sprayed after being pulled out of the sewer - before being taken to the hospital under a police escort

Ardjalee had to be sprayed after being pulled out of the sewer – before being taken to the hospital under a police escort

The drug addict was washed while his body was completely covered with stinking mud and then taken to a nearby hospital under police custody.

Lieutenant Colonel Sanyan Phuphanna, the Phra Pradaeng police station inspector, said: & We took him for a physical check to make sure he was not injured during the escape.

& # 39; First of all, Sopha will be charged with drug use and possession and will be detained to take legal action.

& # 39; This would not have happened if he had initially surrendered to the police. He could have died there. & # 39;

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