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BANGKOK 19 December 2018 01:52
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Three french tourists face years in Thai jail for making false robbery claim on Samui

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Great how they block out the faces in the first photo then reveal two of them in the next !! ūüėÄ

From what I remember about a year ago two people tried the same thing in samui . They spent a month in jail before getting booted out.

If you are really going to do it then all keeping to the same story is rule one I would say and pray there isn't cctv that works within 5 miles of where you say it took place !!

Enjoy your stay !!

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1 hour ago, alien365 said:

Considering how many crimes result in a 500 baht fine and a wai, I'd be surprised if they were sentenced to three years in prison. A large fine would be good, but prison IMO should be for thieves and people who cause physical harm

This is different, these people have attempted to defraud a big company and big companies have a lot of power.

 

These people are thieves and criminals because what they do increases insurance premiums for everyone, including a massive waste of police time and resources, that diverts the police away investigating criminals. 

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2 hours ago, seancbk said:

Why waste time locking them up in Thailand, just deport them with a 5 year ban and report them to the French Authorities and their Insurance company. 

Why should Thailand pay to keep them locked up?

 

Maybe giving them a dose of Thai hospitality ala bangkok Hilton to teach them a lesson? 

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It is what liars, cheats & thieves deserve.

Scum like them cost us all  more expensive premiums

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6 hours ago, Thian said:

Well done Thai Police....i wished you always did such great work.

3 years lol. Somchai get 2 for attempted murder. Not even. No good work sorry

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15 minutes ago, Ctkong said:

Maybe giving them a dose of Thai hospitality ala bangkok Hilton to teach them a lesson? 

Agreed. Three years is absurd for this crime. Lock them in Bangkok Hilton for at least a solid week or two, while you process their deportation. Lesson learned on this end. Make sure they are blacklisted for life not just 5 years. Send them home, and send the paperwork to the insurance company. The insurance company will make sure they are dealt with properly back home.

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15 minutes ago, Ctkong said:

Maybe giving them a dose of Thai hospitality ala bangkok Hilton to teach them a lesson? 

Agreed. Three years is absurd for this crime. Lock them in Bangkok Hilton for at least a solid week or two, while you process their deportation. Lesson learned on this end. Make sure they are blacklisted for life not just 5 years. Send them home, and send the paperwork to the insurance company. The insurance company will make sure they are dealt with properly back home.

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Good for the police . Serves them right enjoy the Thai prison hospitality  

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5 hours ago, racket said:

Perhaps they should now call their insurance company to bail them out

Can see the gofundme page now

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1 hour ago, Marley01 said:

Can see the gofundme page now

I've always wondered if it's worth donating the minimum amount to one of those gofundme pages just to leave a comment laughing at the people for the stupid situation they've got themselves in

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