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Police arrested a drug-addicted Thai woman for causing disturbances and scaring away customers at a petrol station in the Isaan province of Udon Thani. She previously gained attention on Thai social media last year for falsely claiming to be the daughter of Steven Gerrard..

 

Mueang Udon Thani Police Station officers were notified of the ensuing chaos at a PTT petrol station on Prachak Sinlapakhom Road at around 9.50am today and investigated the scene. They discovered the Thai woman, identified as 39 year old Jantima, inside the women’s bathroom.

 

She was dressed in a Liverpool shirt and black shorts, muttering to herself while insisting that the police keep their distance. Jantima claimed to the police that she had come to the petrol station to study chemistry.


The petrol station attendant, 23 year old Wissanu Khan-apha, informed Channel 7 that Jantima regularly came to the petrol station. She would often cause a commotion in front of the convenience store and dance on the sink in the women’s bathroom.


Wissanu suspected Jantima of using drugs and suffering from a mental illness. He wanted police to arrest Jantima, fearing she might harm the station or customers.

 

The police also suspected Jantima of drug use and questioned her but she did not respond directly. Instead, she asked the officers how many methamphetamine tablets, also known as Yaba, they could buy for her.

 

Following the arrest, Jantima was taken to the police station for drug testing and a mental health evaluation. The police also planned to investigate whether she lived alone or with family members.

 

According to Matichon, Jantima had a known history of drug abuse and had previously stirred trouble in August of last year. During that incident, she attempted suicide while under the influence of Yaba by setting fire to her rented room using a curtain and some paper.

 

The room’s owner contacted the police and was able to intervene before the situation escalated. However, what drew widespread attention to her story was her assertion, when questioned by the police about her family, that the former Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard was her father.

 

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by Petch Petpailin

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Source: The Thaiger 2024-04-23

 

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The Grauniad reported that this lady had been approached by Liverpool F.C. to become their next manager.

However, the Manchester Evening News reports (May 1, 2074) that she is being actively solicited to become the next manager of Manchester United.

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

was her assertion, when questioned by the police about her family, that the former Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard was her father.

I believe her........................... :giggle:

 

5 hours ago, webfact said:

and dance on the sink in the women’s bathroom.

True entertainment  :clap2:

5 hours ago, webfact said:

she asked the officers how many methamphetamine tablets, also known as Yaba, they could buy for her.

Got to like this woman, Did the cops sell her any or not ? :whistling:

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2 hours ago, tandor said:

desperate people do desperate things..help her.

 

Desperate for what? She's a drug addict and mentally unstable and should be in a secure hospital, if such a thing even exists in Thailand. I'd guess not, judging by the number of reports we read about mentally unstable people causing havoc. One such threw a large lump of wood at the car my wife was driving, causing damage. Another couple regularly walk past the house muttering to themselves - and we live in the sparsely populated countryside. I can't imagine what city streets must be like.

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