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Duo steals million-baht diamond bracelet from Bangkok mall


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1 minute ago, JoseThailand said:

 

I hope it will not be like in the Philippines with armed guards in every grocery store, let alone gold shops or banks

Geez I didn't know it had gotten that bad over there. 

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1 hour ago, MartinL said:

So now even "resembling foreigners'  is a potential offence, is it? There seems to be no end of ways they're trying to finger foreigners for Thai crime. Surely, if the thieves definitely were foreigners, it would have been one of the first things used to describe them by the shop staff.

Exactly, by the grainy picture she resembles an Asian 55555 .you just can't make it up

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1 hour ago, MartinL said:

So now even "resembling foreigners'  is a potential offence, is it? There seems to be no end of ways they're trying to finger foreigners for Thai crime. Surely, if the thieves definitely were foreigners, it would have been one of the first things used to describe them by the shop staff.

Easy to see these Thieves are Asian 5555

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1 hour ago, MartinL said:

So now even "resembling foreigners'  is a potential offence, is it? There seems to be no end of ways they're trying to finger foreigners for Thai crime. Surely, if the thieves definitely were foreigners, it would have been one of the first things used to describe them by the shop staff.

foreigners , if from Europe or the west, are defined by their probable country of origin, if chinese or likely chinese  they are resembling foreigners or simply foreigners. By order of his excellency the embassador of the evil empire.

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2 hours ago, MartinL said:

So now even "resembling foreigners'  is a potential offence, is it? There seems to be no end of ways they're trying to finger foreigners for Thai crime. Surely, if the thieves definitely were foreigners, it would have been one of the first things used to describe them by the shop staff.

Hard to fathom how you get here. "Resembling foreigners" is not a crime; stealing is. Thin skin much?

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

The meticulous coordination of the crime and the swift getaway sparked suspicions ...

 

...  that the culprits were foreigners .

 

 

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