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"Italian" chef arrested for arson in Hua Hin

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"Italian" chef arrested for arson in Hua Hin

 

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Reports are coming in of an arrest of an apparent Italian chef wanted for arson in Hua Hin.

 

Police presented a warrant Sunday according to local journalist Kulsawek Sawekwannakorn who said the alleged crime took place five days ago.

 

Kulsawek, usually a reliable source, said on Facebook that the unnamed chef came from the "Land of Macaroni".

 

More about this as we hear of it.

 

Source: Facebook

 
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Kulsawek, usually a reliable source, said on Facebook that the unnamed chef came from the "Land of Don Corleone". Did anybody see my racehorse? ?

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I just read a report where the Calabrian mafia hold ten percent of Thailand's national debt,wonder if he's connected.

"Their gun-running business directly affected the destiny of nations: Franco Roberti, head of Italy’s anti-mafia directorate, told me the ’Ndrangheta was selling weapons to several sides in Syria’s civil war. But it was laundering their riches and those of other crime groups from around the world, which the Calabrians did for a fee, that made the ’Ndrangheta a global power. Millions of people worked in their companies, shopped in their stores, ate in their restaurants, lived in their buildings and elected politicians they funded. Giuseppe Lombardo, a Calabrian prosecutor specializing in the ’Ndrangheta’s finances, told me that by buying up the government debt of two Asian countries, Thailand and Indonesia, then threatening to dump it, the ’Ndrangheta had blackmailed entire nations into letting it operate on their territory. Their money, said Lombardo, had elevated the group to a position of invulnerability. They now occupied a "fundamental and indispensable position in the global market," he said, one that was "more or less essential for the smooth functioning of the global economic system."

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Following the link to Facebook, autotranslate gives the following for the caption on the picture above:

 

"For the prosperity of the country.The police have been arrested by police.Arson Restaurant 5 days before being investigated by police. Hua Hin Police StationHave you ever beenThe lawsuit (22/07/61)"

 

Oh if only.

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Then he is not Italian!

in italy you don't have macaroni, you got spaghetti, linguini, maccheroni, penne, rigatoni, angel hairs, but not MACARONI.

macaroni is an american slang for maccheroni, so guessing by the post the gentleman "arsonist"  may be american, "land of macaroni and hot dogs " guess if police search his premises more maybe will find a red hat... 

jokes aside, the post shall be more precise

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no matter where things are worse, of it things are that bad in Thailand...but how can people and farangs be so stupid to commit a crime and think or expect they can get away ?...

 

...perhaps some do get away, but is it worth it,  really ?

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Have you heard? Somebody did something five  days a go.

 

Really? Wow.....unbelievable!

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4 hours ago, heybuz said:

I just read a report where the Calabrian mafia hold ten percent of Thailand's national debt,wonder if he's connected.

"Their gun-running business directly affected the destiny of nations: Franco Roberti, head of Italy’s anti-mafia directorate, told me the ’Ndrangheta was selling weapons to several sides in Syria’s civil war. But it was laundering their riches and those of other crime groups from around the world, which the Calabrians did for a fee, that made the ’Ndrangheta a global power. Millions of people worked in their companies, shopped in their stores, ate in their restaurants, lived in their buildings and elected politicians they funded. Giuseppe Lombardo, a Calabrian prosecutor specializing in the ’Ndrangheta’s finances, told me that by buying up the government debt of two Asian countries, Thailand and Indonesia, then threatening to dump it, the ’Ndrangheta had blackmailed entire nations into letting it operate on their territory. Their money, said Lombardo, had elevated the group to a position of invulnerability. They now occupied a "fundamental and indispensable position in the global market," he said, one that was "more or less essential for the smooth functioning of the global economic system."

And you're gullible enough to read and believe these "reports" ? ?

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7 hours ago, happy chappie said:

The chef was from the land of macaroni.sounds nicer place than the land of thieves,liars,corruption,prostitution and racism.

Oh...you seems to be from Italy???

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