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Saturday, 7 November 2015

Australian Attacker Caught - Not arrested

Australian Falang in Thailand Causing Trouble - News

On Friday Pattaya Police conducted conducted a search at Oasis Agogo in Soi Buakao, Thailand, because of an assault on a foreign man 24 hours earlier. It is believed the Australian man didn't pay for his 160 bht beer! When police raided the bar there were 15 staff members with the boss. 

Because of the video clip of the alleged assault on the Australian tourist the prior night, Police arrested Khun Gisana aged 30, known only as “Johnny”. He admitted to attacking the foreign man, after he was attacked by another foreign man from a bar next door. 
It is thought the initial attack by the foreigner was over excessive noise and then out of anger due to the 160 Baht unpaid bill, Khun GIsana then assaulted him as seen on the youtube clip above.
Police decided to use their discretion and did not arrest the bar worker, despite his admission. Cannot believe they didn't arrest him, if this was the other way around the foreigner would have been locked up! The bar will operate as normal and no closure notices will be imposed on the venue.

Sunday, 1 November 2015

Foreigners in Thailand - Arrested For Drug Smuggling - Amazingly Stupid

Thailand Police have arrested two foreigners in possession 15 kg's of crystal meth (amphetamine). Again, stupid foreigners, doing stupid things, in a land that does not belong to them. More of these stories are cropping up every month in Thai news sources. This all needs to stop!

On Thursday 29th October, a drugs and narcotics team swooped on the 2 foreigners and arrested them outside of the B Condominium in Bang Kaew.
Pol Lt Gen Rewat Klinkesorn told reporters that Mr Chukwunonso Victor Oputa, 24, from Nigeria and Ms Marilou Morales, 41, from the Philippines, are currently in custody after officers seized the haul of crystal meth, commonly known as ‘ice’. reports
Six mobile phones were also seized. Great let's hope they catch the other vile foreigners involved.
Police revealed that narcotics had been covered in black plastic and hidden inside 16 toy children cars. They made the arrests after somebody tipped them off that an African gang had been selling drugs to foreigners and tourists in BKK, Thailand.
The pair remain in custody and are awaiting further legal proceedings. I hope they get sent down for many years to come, the rules are clearly stated as you arrive in the Land of Smiles, Thailand. 
Police are now trying to trace other members of the gang.