The latest video of Red Bull heir Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya shows him leaving a luxury townhouse in London on Wednesday with family members and a shopping box from Harrods.
Five years after the fatal accident in which Vorayuth allegedly slammed his Ferrari into a motorcycle cop, the influential young man continues to live a jet-set life and travel on private planes to avoid appointments with Thai court.
Vorayuth, 32, who has failed to report to prosecutors to hear the charges against him at least six times, refused to answer the British reporter’s question if he would meet prosecutors in Thailand on April 27.
No arrest warrant has been issued for him either.
The delayed legal action has become an example of the impunity enjoyed by the country’s “rich kids,” as the public fear the Red Bull heir may never be punished for his reckless action due to the statute of limitations of the case.
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