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VERY LATEST NEWS FROM THAILAND in English (11 June 2024) from Fabulous 103fm Pattaya

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VERY LATEST NEWS FROM THAILAND in English (11 June 2024) from Fabulous 103fm Pattaya
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– Missing Chinese woman found in Bangkok mall after ransom scare
A 27-year-old Chinese woman, who was believed to have been kidnapped for a 25-million-baht ransom, was found at a shopping mall in Bang Na district on Saturday evening. Taken to meet her family who had flown over here after reporting the demands, she claimed that she worked in Japan and had been hounded by gangsters threatening to have her arrested for money laundering, something she denies. She was then ordered to pay them a large amount of money and to fly here without contacting her family. Here, she moved around the capital as the alleged blackmailers demanded money from her family, claiming that she had been kidnapped. There is likely more to this story—much more.

– Tourist flees Thailand after road rage spitting incident
A Russian tourist left Thailand in haste, confessing via video link later to spitting at a local woman in a road rage incident in Phuket. Checks showed that the woman and her husband were turning right at a light, and the Russians were in the same lane but wanted to drive straight on, thus being in the wrong lane. Beeping and shouting, they tried to force the other car to drive through a red light before he got out and spat at the female passenger. With the complaint filed, police this week recorded a video link to the errant Russian, who claimed that he would come back to face any charges in September. No one is holding their breath.

– Brit found lifeless under suspicious circumstances in Thai public park
A 34-year-old British man was found by police in Chiang Mai, beyond recovery, as he lay next to a fountain in a Chiang Mai park, surrounded, according to reports, with drug paraphernalia. Sent for autopsy, and the embassy informing his family, tests were also being carried out on his possessions.

– Debt enforcer caught with guns and drugs grasses up bosses
A debt enforcer in the capital was reported to the police by a concerned member of the public, probably a debtor, and he was duly investigated. Police discovered that he carried two loaded guns while collecting for his bosses and ran a sideline of drug dealing too. Nabbed by officers, they discovered both loaded handguns and his stash. In a statement, he rolled over on his bosses, naming them as the lenders to avoid extra prison time for himself.

– Chinese arrested with 2,000 SIM cards in suspected scam operation
Most of us have one, sometimes two, but never 2,000. That’s the number of SIM cards found in the possession of three Chinese nationals arrested yesterday and suspected of fronting a scam call center in Tak province. The SIM cards were all registered outside Thailand, and it’s believed that the group was en route through Thailand to Myanmar, where massive call centers exist and target Chinese in their home country.

– Thai woman throttled by online date after discovering he was married
And in Prachuap Khiri Khan, police are investigating the death of a woman found at a roadside after her boyfriend admitted to causing her demise. It seems the two met on a dating app and things were going well. While driving in her car together, he had taken a call from his wife. That put the cat among the pigeons, and she was less than happy to find out that her lover was married. The row got violent, and he strangled her.

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Written by: Megan Midget

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