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Singaporean woman reports loss of 1 million baht diamond bracelet at airport

 

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A Singaporean woman went to the airport police yesterday after she lost a 1,100,000 baht diamond encrusted white gold bracelet. 

 

Jamirah Binto Jamal, 49, told the police that her husband was in finance. She said that she left the plane and went through immigration as normal and then went to the toilet. 

 

She then noticed that one of three bracelets she had was missing. She showed an example of a similar one. 

She was sure everything was in place when she left the aircraft.

 

Police studied CCTV to try and find where she had dropped it or how it had gone missing.

 

So far without success. 

 

Daily News reported that the tourist was covered in white gold jewelry encrusted with diamonds including bracelets and earrings.

 

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Source: Daily News

 

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OK ,she has got her 15 minutes of fame,Love,you are just stupid walking 

about with that much jewellery on,just looking for problems,next time

leave them at home,in a safe....if they are real

regards Worgeordie

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32 minutes ago, rooster59 said:

Binto Jamal, 49, told the police that her husband was in finance. She said that she left the plane and went through immigration as normal and then went to the toilet. 

Never mind Lucy in the Sky here's Binto in the Khazi with diamonds ..

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I wonder how much it was insured for?

 

seriously if you lost something why would you go to police and not lost and found? And how do you think police can help? Besides giving you police report 😉

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5 minutes ago, DrTuner said:

And the customs limit coming to Thailand is... payday for the customs.

They could only enforce it for people suspected of bringing commercial wares in.

The limit is so low, that footwear worn by some tourists already exceeds it.

Try to pack for a month and stay below 20.000 baht... really difficult unless traveling barebones.

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1 minute ago, manarak said:

They could only enforce it for people suspected of bringing commercial wares in.

The limit is so low, that footwear worn by some tourists already exceeds it.

Yes and they can declare whatever they want as commercial wares. Basically every arrival is screwed if they happen to have a bad day.

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