This morning when I was struck in an usual morning traffic, I happened to tail behind an ordinary car with an unusual license’s plate. In fact, I didn’t notice this at first, but my boring gaze out of the window while counting down the time for the green-light caught my attention. What is so special about this car, you may wonder. Well, if you were in the states, this wouldn’t be strange. But, hey, here in Bangkok – where traffic police could possibly hail you for inspection at anytime anywhere – it’s a little bit bold and crazy to put on a plate like this and drive around. It’s possible that the owner of this car might modify only the plate at the back side of the car, not the front’s one.
Well, reading up to this point, you may wonder what the heck I am talking about. Just scroll down and see the picture for yourself. While the usual license’s plate has a series of Thai letters and numbers on the upper row and the name of the province the car is registered on the lower row. This plate has the province row reading as "My Own Car" (of course, it’s in Thai and using an impolite phrase one) instead of Bangkok or whatever province it might be. I still wonder whose car it is. Anybody has an idea?