Paiboon Wisetsri, 59, grumbles loudly from a power pole in Pattaya, Chon Buri, on Tuesday early morning. (Image: Chaiyot Pupattanapong)

CHON BURI: A male climbed a power pole in Pattaya on Tuesday early morning, threatening to leap, since he had actually not gotten the federal government’s 5,000-baht payment for 3 months for individuals impacted by the spread of the coronavirus.

The male’s demonstration, outside a temple at the mouth of Soi Chalerm Phra Kiat 9 in tambon Nong Prue, Bang Lamung district, was reported to cops about 11am.

Pol Col Khemarin Pismai, the Pattaya cops chief, hurried to the scene with a following of regional cops and authorities from the catastrophe avoidance and mitigation workplace.

The male, Paiboon Wisetsri, 59, was basing on cable televisions connected to the pole, about 10 metres in the air.

He was shouting loudly, grumbling that he had actually signed up in March for the federal government’s 5,000 baht a month handout – and he still had actually not gotten any cash, although he deserved it.

He was really psychological, potentially intoxicated.

After speaking with him for about thirty minutes, authorities coaxed the male pull back to the ground.

The cops had actually called his family members, and they existed to take him house.

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