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Foreigner stabs Thai woman with "luuk chin" stick then jumps to his death in Hua Hin

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17 hours ago, Grumbles said:

I don't understand why people hand over their passports in the first place. I carry my own photocopies.

 I will show the original but won't let it out of my hands.

If that's not sufficient I go somewhere else.

 

You do the same as I.  But, in tourist places, such as Phuket, its virtually imposable to rent a motor bike without giving them your passport... and most places will not accepts photo copies. 

 

I think this should be the governments new 'crack down'. 

 

 

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9 hours ago, AGLV0121 said:

 

But forgot to inflate it

You think this topic is funny, why make a comment like that.

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when will the Thai people learn that they are not allowed to take passports as security for anything???????????

I had to surrender my passport at last visit for motorcycle hire and hotel accommodation, but if you refuse, you get nothing,

so what the solution to this dilemma ???

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21 hours ago, Sooo Upto Me said:

 

The guy is a business man he should know that u don't leave ur passport with anyone. Obviously he owed a lot of money to someone.

Another dodgy farang so called real estate developer over here.

No sympathy from me.

Next.

I have to agree that no one can force you to hand over your passport except for your own government but if it was trickery then that's another matter altogether.  I don't know enough details to pass judgement but does anything that has to do with business really worth dying over?  Reports say he was agitated.  Was he drinking heavily or under the influence of drugs?  That's the problem when your depressed and turn to such means of dealing with problems that often don't end up well because your judgement is clouded.  I know ThaiVisa is full of seasoned cynics but a lot of comments r just plain cold as we really don't know what led up to this except that a guy is dead.

Edited by smileydude

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19 hours ago, Deez said:

So glad you have all the facts before police. No wneed to wait for anymore info then. Sooo Upto Me says case closed

 

Yes well done.

Ur learning the TVF way.

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5 hours ago, Monkeyrobot said:

You think this topic is funny, why make a comment like that.

If you dont like it just ignore it, same goes for this

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7 hours ago, free123 said:

maybe he paid the money but they did not transfer the house to his name rather to the ladys name....when he was not amused they told him mai pen rai...not telling him before that he never ever can own a house  in his own name here...than he lost it..who knows all the details.?...the combo..millions.. & house..&.falang.&. thai women.&..passport is usualy a receipt for disaster

<deleted> crab - why in Thai Visa so many wrong things are posted. You can own a house - you cannot own the land. 

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On 4/3/2017 at 11:07 PM, Monkeyrobot said:

You think this topic is funny, why make a comment like that.

 

Not funny topic but ::

1/Thought police, is not my friend, and 

2/ It's a way to stress the fact that the help was inefficient.

Have you asked yourself why they were here and could not save him when he fell?

There may be several reasons to this, inaccessibility to the place he fell or other.

But fact.

 

Edited by AGLV0121

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keep your hard hats on boys as many foreigners are trying to fly from the 20th floor of many buildings and

always look up if out side a tall building you dont know whats going to land on you ! 

 

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On ‎03‎/‎04‎/‎2017 at 3:35 PM, Jim walker said:

No sympathy for any man who lifts his hand to a woman let alone one who stabs a woman or a child. No RIP from me.

Yeh, he deserved to die . . . . those bamboo sticks can be painful.

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A farang?....real estate involvement?... money ventures in business with Thai partnership?...getting Thai's involved with your farang cash?.....a deadly cocktail mix!!!

 

sad for the guy....

 

Requiescant in pace

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On 04/04/2017 at 10:38 AM, weri said:

when will the Thai people learn that they are not allowed to take passports as security for anything???????????

I had to surrender my passport at last visit for motorcycle hire and hotel accommodation, but if you refuse, you get nothing,

so what the solution to this dilemma ???

The new pink ID card for foreigners ??

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