The footage, shot by an unknown cameraman between March 22 and 27 this year, has become the talk of the town - probably because the man in it looks very much like the embattled Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat, a brother-in-law of Thaksin Shinawatra.
The clip is presented in four parts. The first, taken on March 22, shows the man picking up a woman in her 20s, in front of a convenience store, in his red Mercedes.
The couple have dinner at a restaurant serving southern-style Thai dishes, giving more fuel to those who believe the man is Mr Somchai, who is a native of Nakhon Si Thammarat.
The second part features the same man driving a BMW to a love motel after picking up another woman from a house on March 24.
In the third part, the man, who is wearing eyeglasses, is shown parking his white Lexus SUV at a restaurant where he has lunch with his wife, according to a female narrator who called the man the "target".
The "wife" in the footage looks like Mr Thaksin's younger sister, Yaowapa.
The final part was taken on March 27 when the target picked up a woman at the Justice Ministry on Chaengwattana road for lunch, and then went to HomePro department store where they bought a refrigerator.
Text courtesy of Bangkok Post
I don't see anything incriminating here. It looks like a random video of a Chinese Bangkokian having a typical day.