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Indian tourist’s gold necklace worth 50,000 baht stolen allegedly by transgender individuals on Pattaya Beach Road, sixth recent incident


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This is looking  more like an insurance scam. People all over the world know of the danger of snatch thieves so I feel its a bit unlikely an Indian  would flaunt  his wealth in such a manner. Back in the day people  sold their TCs and claimed they  had been stolen

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1 hour ago, brucegoniners said:

How many Indians have to get rolled by ladyboys before they wise up?

They don't make decisions quickly, and the more there are, the longer it takes.

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Oh no!!!! Finally the expected rich Indians arrive and then this happens.

 

Two rich Indians out looking for condos to invest in and…

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There must be at least 100-200 Indians being ladyboy victims for every farang ladyboy victim...

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I was walking down beach road reading this on my phone and some lady boy snatched my 20 million baht diamond jock strap, do you guys think i can claim for this?

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I guess there have been no tourist books in India that say not to wear

expensive jewelry when visiting Asia.  Years ago,  I read a book on my first trip to

Thailand and it stated this information. It was a book on visiting Asia, with

Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, and Laos, included.

  I think it was published by Lonely Planet, and was a very good informative book.

 In a section of things to be wary of, it advised to travel light, not to take cold weather clothes,

and to dress casual. The book stated.  if you were planning a visit to the night lights of some places,

to leave your jewelry at home,  or else leave your jewelry in a hotel safe. 

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Waiting for multiple reports of tourists from the Asian sub-continent having their elbows clipped by scooter mirrors as they walk three abreast on the road.

 

It's not an official sport, but jolly good fun, nontheless.  😇

 

 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Boyn said:

I was walking down beach road reading this on my phone and some lady boy snatched my 20 million baht diamond jock strap, do you guys think i can claim for this?

Nah you have to admit yr saggy <deleted> was on public display, that is not only a criminal offence, but one against aesthetics 

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