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Surat Thani immigration arrest German and four Indians on overstay

 

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Thai immigration police continued their hunt for foreigners on overstay in the kingdom at the weekend. 

 

Naew Na reported that Surat Thani immigration arrested Renner Steffen, 44, outside a convenience store in Talat, Muang district on Sunday. 

 

He had overstayed but the media did not say how long. 

 

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In another bust at a house in Kroot sub-district of Kanchanadit district four Indians in their twenties were arrested on overstay of varying duration. 

 

They were named as Anshu Man, 26, (67 days overstay), Virendra, 22, (67 days), Balendra Kumar, 29, (85 days) and Shambu, 27, (82 days). 

 

Sources: Naew NaNaew Na

 

 

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5 hours ago, Vacuum said:

The guys seems to be nearsighted, perhaps they should contact an optician...

 

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Must be tiny writing and bad lighting-what language is that?  Just sign it!

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

In another bust at a house in Kroot sub-district of Kanchanadit district four Indians in their twenties were arrested on overstay of varying duration.

They will be given an extra 30 day extension as long as they invite family over !

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7 hours ago, keith101 said:

So the so called rich Indians are coming and staying illegally , that's what they need here more tourists just like these young guys LOL .

They would have a field day in Roi Et with all the Indians running around buying silk. 

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On 7/16/2019 at 4:07 PM, soalbundy said:

''A German and 4 Indians on overstay", has the makings of a good joke, just can't think of a punch line.

Best I can do.

They wanted to open a small food bar, speciality would have been 'currywurst and pommes frite'

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Do you think this would be news in any other country? I have nothing against immigration or the police doing their job but why the media would cover this stuff makes one wonder. As we know Thailand's media are pseudo-political, what "right wing" agenda are they supporting?

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