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"after they witnessed him behaving oddly." I wanna know what exactly that comprises of? Did he walk a "John Cleese" funny walk? Did he quack like a duck or pick like a chicken? Did he dance the Polka in the middle of the street? Just so I know what to avoid doing not to get stopped and harassed by the men in brown.....

You do not overstay, if he was not on overstay he would have been told to go home, his hotel, his bird...........coffee1.gif

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This is maybe the start.

We cannot say that have not been warned.

27 over stayers from Sukhumvit Soi 3 rounded up the other night by immigration

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^^ you have a link to this ? Not seen it the news anywhere thx

Edit - soi 3 , so african , middle eastern perhaps ?

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This is maybe the start.

We cannot say that have not been warned.

27 over stayers from Sukhumvit Soi 3 rounded up the other night by immigration

Is this accurate? Hope so!

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One of England's finest no doubt...enjoy those Blighty winters for the next 5 years tongue.png

What makes you think he has to stay in the UK?

Probably been blacklisted from most countries.

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How much would the overstay penalty be

20000 baht, time in the monkey house and a one-way ticket to Blighty.

Would have been cheaper to regularise his immigration status.

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How much would the overstay penalty be

20000 baht, time in the monkey house and a one-way ticket to Blighty.

Would have been cheaper to regularise his immigration status.

Plus the 5 year ban! Much cheaper and easier to just simply stay current Edited by Skeptic7
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ha ha what do you mean "well done", so they caught one, there are thousands here, total incompetence, just set up a booth in walking street for a start that should catch a few hundred.

"just set up a booth in walking street for a start that should catch a few hundred." I agree. But who'd be the first to complain about harassment if they started checking every farang on or around Walking Street.

Just sayin.

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"...behaving odly." Okay, so he was sober, walking in a straight line, and didn't have a bar girl under his arm. whistling.gif

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Maybe he is flat broke and just took a chance. But its not the crime of the year is it? A little bit of jealisy here I think ' I payy dues, so should he' kind of thing. He was overstayed got caught will be sent home big deal a few days in the nick nor nice but not life threatening either. He will go home start his life over. Not too old get a job save up and go somewhere else.if I was illegal I would not frequent a place where immigration keep watch was a bit dumb but hwy so what

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Overstay: One has to be incredibly stupid or having something to hide from authorities.

I think that is quite simple.

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Overstay: One has to be incredibly stupid or having something to hide from authorities.

I think that is quite simple.

No It can happen by accident

Government holiday can trip the tourist up

Simple isn't it

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