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Video: How an Indian man lost his necklace to a team of Pattaya lady boys

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Seriously ? If you allow a ladyboy to kiss and cuddle you behind a market you kind of get what you deserve. I think divorce pending when he gets home.

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51 minutes ago, anthobkk said:

Yeah, I don't usually walk there but sometimes I have to meet friends in the area and the same shit happens all the time haha

My challenge was usually to get to Soi Cowboy or Nana... Ooops! I shouldn't have said that :saai:  What I meant was getting to the Pharmacy or McDonalds.

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He then cuddles the tourist and smothers him in kisses while her hand undoes his necklace.

 

"It's make your mind up time, folks!"

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:clap2: I suppose that if the purpose of wearing jewelry is to enhance your chance of attracting a mate... then job done... mate attracted... time to bend over :cheesy:

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10 hours ago, dunroaming said:

It's all part and parcel of living or visiting Pattaya.  There are hundreds of reports of muggings and robberies in Pattaya every year. It is infamous for a reason. Let's be honest, nobody goes to Pattaya for it's 5 star beaches do they? 

I sometimes go for the 5 star hotels, but i swim in the pool, never in the sea.

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I know this is off topic but same for me with people of any nationality blocking the footpath while using their mobile phones.
 
Back on topic, why are the faces in that photo of the ladyboys pixelated? The cops want people to go to the police station if they think they have been robbed by them. How on earth can people tell?
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Good thing that the crooks were apprehened...

 

so will their "sentence" be a 100 THB or a 500 THB fine that would naturally act as futher deterrence towards such street crimes!:welcomeani:

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an insult to the term ''team'' which I have great respect for...a better term would be '' gaggle or pack  or gang''... those thieving men in womans clothes are anything but a team...

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2 hours ago, mok199 said:

an insult to the term ''team'' which I have great respect for...a better term would be '' gaggle or pack  or gang''... those thieving men in womans clothes are anything but a team...

After watching the video, I conclude that these two are in fact a team of professionals.

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19 hours ago, Thian said:

A law forbidding the ladyboys or girls touching pedestrians would be best.

 

Who likes to be touched by those criminals at all?? I walk around them like they were rabies soidogs.

A law? For me it is near disgust and in this case my bigotry will come to my defence.

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Please don't touch me.

 

Do you know what a Bangkok handshake is? I can't seem to go to any of the red light districts without getting them. 

Youll know it's me because I walk around with a package covering my package.

last time I was in Bangkok on Sukhumvit, the darkest African prostitute I'd ever seen, straight out of a National Geographic, grabbed my hand when I wasn't looking. I walked around desperately looking for somewhere to wash my hands with soap like I'd taken a dump and there was no soap in the bathroom .

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