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Tim 'Sharky' Ward confronts Pattaya Police over allegations of theft

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I met the guy once in Tonys gym, he was very polite with me, believe it or not he sounded like a gentleman. However he's not acting smart . He's right about police, corrruption and Pattaya mafia, but the milion dollar question remains : why is he living in Thailand then ? I mean, nobody forced him to live in this country . Any country in the world has good and bad side, take it or live it. If he doesn't like Thailand or thai governament/police/ he better jumps in the first airplane and

Check his Facebook and Twitter posts. I think that makes it quite clear why he is living in Thailand.

They're in fact some of the best reasons to live in Thailand.

Makes more sense than why I am in Thailand anyway.

Ho yess, I agree with you, Thailand is the best place to live for this and other purposes . Probelm is that if you decide to live in Thailand you have to know that something like this can happen,expecially if you expose yourself in this way . Stabbing an english teacher on the beach road , going around like a maori robocop carrying a knife or posting in a social network thousand of pictures showing thai nude prostitutes, is not the best way to behave in a country like Thailand...IMHO ....And, about the " happy ending of the story" I have a very clear point of view about what happened , I even wrote it in another thread but it was deleted by moderators being considered "profanity".

Cheers.

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I met the guy once in Tonys gym, he was very polite with me, believe it or not he sounded like a gentleman. However he's not acting smart . He's right about police, corrruption and Pattaya mafia, but the milion dollar question remains : why is he living in Thailand then ? I mean, nobody forced him to live in this country . Any country in the world has good and bad side, take it or live it. If he doesn't like Thailand or thai governament/police/ he better jumps in the first airplane and

Check his Facebook and Twitter posts. I think that makes it quite clear why he is living in Thailand.

They're in fact some of the best reasons to live in Thailand.

Makes more sense than why I am in Thailand anyway.

"Makes more sense than why I am in Thailand anyway."

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Tim is still waiting for his gold + money back....In the meantime Police seem don't give a damn about what he said ...Honestly , why should they ? They got what they wanted , no cop has been charged with extorsion,robbery or anything else...So everyone's happy. Sharky has increased its reputation as bad ass tough guy and Police "get off scot-free"....Just another typical pattaya's story.

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Makes me proud to be an Aussie

It is well documented that he was born in New Zealand, so you can stop being proud.biggrin.png

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I would not bring that kind of money into Thailand ever.

Not when I can keep an ATM card and credit cards and have access to whatever cash I need, which is kept safely in a US Bank until such time its needed.

The "kept safely in a US bank" was hilarious.

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Considering how the Aussie dollar has weakened, keeping it in a US bank would have been great advice.

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Society also deserves better than the Pattaya Police assuming his allegations are true.

Dare I say "a son only a mother could love".

His drunken mother had an unsuccessful attempt to abort him and the 2nd time she tried she was too far along...and then he spent most of his childhood years on the streets, so that should explain his need for attention.

He wasn't always this crazy. I fear he won't last long mouthing off like this to the police. I thought he was smarter. He used to be.

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Karma, I say. Being an ex copper from the Gold Coast in the 90's, glad to see the back of this bloke. I'm sure the Thai Police will sort him out when the opportunity presents itself, but please don't send him back this way....

Apparently he still has substantial assets on the Gold Coast and still conducts business there. He's not hard to find - if he was doing anything illegal why didn't you get him when you had a chance?...so if he has managed to make $$ millions under your noses and send it overseas he's smarter than many give him credit for. I'm sure many cops were envious watching him drive around in all types of exotic sports cars.

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Why keep that large amount of cash and gold at home when you can keep it in a safety deposit box at your bank if you don't want to show your wealth to the taxman... Atleast that is safer than to keep it at home! I keep what I need at home and I think not even a police raid or a bunch of thieves would find anything more valuable than my phone or computer at my home... The rest is well hidden or in my safety deposit box at the bank! smile.png

But for this man Sharky I would say that " you live by the sword, you die by the sword!", being a loan shark is not the best of trades...

The answer to your question is rather obvious. It's 18k jewelry gold, not 23k Thai investment gold - he likes to wear it! Do you expect he should head down to a safety deposit box at the bank every time he wants to wear it. There's plenty of famous dudes who wear a lot more gold than Sharky. You may not appreciate the look, but that's his signature.

Regarding safes - not always the best way for wealthy people to hide their valuables as they attract attention (a big safe indicates a big payload) and guns can be very effective safe openers.

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