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Danish man arrested for alleged drug dealing in Pattaya

 

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A Danish man who police say is a drug dealer has been arrested in Pattaya.

 

The 51 year old man was arrested at a coffee shop inside Bangkok Pattaya Hospital in a sting operation carried out by Region 2 Police and officers from Thailand’s Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

 

Police said the man had been dealing methamphetamine to foreigners and Thais in Pattaya for the last seven years. The man’s drug dealing had made him a considerable amount of money, enabling him to purchase a number of properties in the area.

 

The arrest came after the Dane was contacted by an informant who claimed he was organising a drug party and needed 10 grams of crystal meth.

 

The Dane allegedly offered the informant crystal meth at 1,000 baht per gram with a deposit of 5,000 baht. He also said he would give the informant some ‘sex party’ drugs - namely kamagra and liquid ketamine - free of charge.

 

Delivery of the drugs was arranged at the coffee shop at Bangkok Pattaya Hospital. 

 

As the drugs were handed over, officers arrested the Danish man, who was found to be in possession of 12.04 grams of crystal meth, 8 kamagra tablets, 89.83 grams of liquid ketamine, 4.5 methamphetamine tablets (yaba).

 

Police also seized a number of assets belonging to the man including condominium units, motorcycles and a car, the total value of which was 10,690,000 baht.

 

The man has been charged with multiple drug offences including selling and possession of a category one drug.
 

Source: Siam Rath

 

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7 hours ago, scubascuba3 said:

These people really ruin lives

Only for those that mess with drugs....lock him up and throw away the key :thumbsup:

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Boy its hard for a honest businessman to make a living these days.....Talk about customer service, he was even going to throw in some kamagra and liquid ketamine for free.....That's what I call putting the customer first...

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2 minutes ago, quake said:

Legalize drugs and put the bad guys out of business.

and governments can collect tax, and it will also create jobs for some people.

 

OK, legalise ‘some’ drugs - Marijuana is a perfect example of something which should be legalised. 

 

But, do you really want society running around on Crystal Meth ??? driving, riding motorcycles etc ?

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6 minutes ago, quake said:

Legalize drugs and put the bad guys out of business.

and governments can collect tax, and it will also create jobs for some people.

 

 

Legalize crystal meth? You're kidding.

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2 minutes ago, richard_smith237 said:

 

OK, legalise ‘some’ drugs - Marijuana is a perfect example of something which should be legalised. 

 

But, do you really want society running around on Crystal Meth ??? driving, riding motorcycles etc ?

Will you buy crystal meth when it s legal? Why do you think that once it s legal everyone is gonna take it?

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Just now, richard_smith237 said:

 

OK, legalise ‘some’ drugs - Marijuana is a perfect example of something which should be legalised. 

 

But, do you really want society running around on Crystal Meth ??? driving, riding motorcycles etc ?

what like they do now ?

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7 minutes ago, quake said:

Legalize drugs and put the bad guys out of business.

and governments can collect tax, and it will also create jobs for some people.

 

 

legalise what drugs ?

 

many of these drugs are extremely harmful legal or not, you can't legalise everything, the drugs this idiot was peddling are extremely harmful and would never ever become legal - end of

 

yes and lock this scumbag up and throw away the key

 

he deserves everything he has coming to him in spades

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7 minutes ago, richard_smith237 said:

But, do you really want society running around on Crystal Meth ??? driving, riding motorcycles etc ?

 

Ever caught a cab or a motosai? Not all by any means, but a decent %, esp the bike boys. As above, too, why do people think everyone will. It hasn’t happened in any of the countries where decriminalisation has happened. 

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26 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

These people really ruin lives

 

No they don't.

The buyers ruin their own lives. They have a choice with no gun to their head.

Where ever there is a demand for something, someone will supply.

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5 minutes ago, smedly said:

many of these drugs are extremely harmful legal or not, you can't legalise everything, the drugs this idiot was peddling are extremely harmful and would never ever become legal - end of

 

They have in Portugal, a couple of South American countries and now Oregon. Consumption dropped in every case as did the problems. In Portugal it allowed the health authorities to deal with the problem whereas your argument just forces it underground where it stays and thrives. I’d rather a less damaging and devastating approach than yours and the world seems to be moving that way.

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32 minutes ago, rooster59 said:

Police said the man had been dealing methamphetamine to foreigners and Thais in Pattaya for the last seven years.

i know my english is bad.......but does this say SEVEN SEVEN SEVEN years???????

 

probably ruined the lives of 100,000 people (including family members, etc.....).   

 

death penalty, honestly.  

 

and jokingly, i want to see his work permit

 

and serious again, everyone worries about every other place in the world and not even in their own backyard.

 

 

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37 minutes ago, rooster59 said:

As the drugs were handed over, officers arrested the Danish man, who was found to be in possession of 12.04 grams of crystal meth, 8 kamagra tablets, 89.83 grams of liquid ketamine, 4.5 methamphetamine tablets (yaba)

Gutter drugs!

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14 minutes ago, thaichina said:

Hope this makes people get another perspective on drugs

https://www.economist.com/graphic-detail/2019/06/25/what-is-the-most-dangerous-drug

Alcohol causes the most damage because it is the most accessible. In countries where cannabis is now easy to access, we see an increase in impairment related injury and death that coincided with decriminalization

 

11 minutes ago, thaichina said:

Will you buy crystal meth when it s legal? Why do you think that once it s legal everyone is gonna take it?

 

maybe you go look at chart you post, ok?  Ease of access and lack of social checks is a determining factor. If adolescents can easily get yaba and there is no more social taboo, we will see very bad outcome.

 

Look at tobacco. Now that it is more difficult to access in some countries and it is socially unacceptable to blow smoke and smell of  ashtray, the cost to society of tobacco has steadily decreased over time as fewer people per capita start the vile habit. What we see now ios damage to smokers who started 20+ years ago.

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Well his weekend and many more are destroyed, he lay in the bed as he made it, no sympathy from me.

 

So he been at it for 7 years?? Was that something he said during a confession or did the BIB know already?? 

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44 minutes ago, rooster59 said:

Police said the man had been dealing methamphetamine to foreigners and Thais in Pattaya for the last seven years.

And should we assume that the police just discovered that he is a dealer? Or did they have a reason to look the other way for the last 7 years? One way or the other the police didn't do their job.

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50 minutes ago, rooster59 said:

Police also seized a number of assets belonging to the man including condominium units, motorcycles and a car, the total value of which was 10,690,000 baht.

 

I think his social status is about to change, unless the dealer can do a deal!

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11 minutes ago, Captain Monday said:

Was his EU arrest record checked before he was allowed in the Kingdom?

 

Of course not! If they did that, imagine how much time they would spend checking Nigerians! They don't even check Burmese, Lao or Cambodians! 🙄

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41 minutes ago, richard_smith237 said:

 

OK, legalise ‘some’ drugs - Marijuana is a perfect example of something which should be legalised. 

 

But, do you really want society running around on Crystal Meth ??? driving, riding motorcycles etc ?

And make some illegal, like alcohol.  Do we really want people driving whilst drunk? 

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37 minutes ago, thaichina said:

Will you buy crystal meth when it s legal? Why do you think that once it s legal everyone is gonna take it?

Seriously???

 

Legalising something like crystal meth will simply make it more accessible = more people taking it, driving around on it. 
 

Recognising that is simple common sense. 

 

 

 

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