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Swiss Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested In Hua Hin

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Fair play to him, he tried! Perhaps living in Isaan on an ever-decreasing pension and amusing him self by leaving bitter comments about Pattaya and other foreigners in a forum wasn't for him. (because of what it did to his sweat heart)

We'll never know but one thing is for sure, it takes a big old pair of cahoonas to rob a bank these days. Big round of applause when he walks on the landing, top of the pecking order a bank robber. Good luck to him and well done for trying. He'll have a story!

Some might say the banks are the robbers.

People choose to use Banks. Banks do not choose to have robbers.

I thought that the banks selected only the very best robbers as thier executives, those that are gifted at robbing the people and stuffing thier pockets with huge bonuses for failure and when the banks collapse losing the customers money it is the customer (taxpayer) that has to bail them out so they can start robbing the people again.

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No way he robbed that bank in March and acquired all those houses and cars during Songkran month.Must have been based here for years.

He has been around longer than a couple of months. He's also well known on Koh Chang. Ot the sort of person that blends into the crowd is he.

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Fair play to him, he tried! Perhaps living in Isaan on an ever-decreasing pension and amusing him self by leaving bitter comments about Pattaya and other foreigners in a forum wasn't for him. (because of what it did to his sweat heart)

We'll never know but one thing is for sure, it takes a big old pair of cahoonas to rob a bank these days. Big round of applause when he walks on the landing, top of the pecking order a bank robber. Good luck to him and well done for trying. He'll have a story!

Some might say the banks are the robbers.

People choose to use Banks. Banks do not choose to have robbers.

People have too much faith in banks is probably more to the point.

Agreed. Same point really.

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Fair play to him, he tried! Perhaps living in Isaan on an ever-decreasing pension and amusing him self by leaving bitter comments about Pattaya and other foreigners in a forum wasn't for him. (because of what it did to his sweat heart)

We'll never know but one thing is for sure, it takes a big old pair of cahoonas to rob a bank these days. Big round of applause when he walks on the landing, top of the pecking order a bank robber. Good luck to him and well done for trying. He'll have a story!

Some might say the banks are the robbers.

People choose to use Banks. Banks do not choose to have robbers.

I thought that the banks selected only the very best robbers as thier executives, those that are gifted at robbing the people and stuffing thier pockets with huge bonuses for failure and when the banks collapse losing the customers money it is the customer (taxpayer) that has to bail them out so they can start robbing the people again.

Not supporting wrong doing by Bank employees, but Banks are owned by shareholders. If enough shareholders disapproved, they could have changed the system. As for bailing out, that was a political decision. Who elects the politicians ? We were the mugs for accepting the situation for so long, and not doing something about it before the event. Bankers bonuses have been known about for many years. No point in wailing after the event. Wise commentators on the banking industry had been reporting on this for some time. They were ignored. Hope the situation has now changed for the better, who knows?

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"I would go a step further and make all the new arrivals AND the current farang residents be subjected to tattoo searches. Anybody with any kind of tattoo should be deported. Have you noticed that it's never the educated and civilised people who cover their bodies with this "art", always the riff raff, ex-cons etc. No tattoos - no riff raff - equals peaceful and safe LOS. Simple."

This is the most sweeping generalization I have ever seen on this site. Staggering.

Then you're looking selectively. It's a small flurry beside the unending, gigantic, exponentially growing avalanche of anti-Thai statements. The tattooed person gets off lightly compared to Thai wives, Thai mothers, Thai policemen, Thai politicians, Thai farmers, katoey, Thais of Chinese descent, the extended Shinawatra family, and so on.

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