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Pattaya woman demands 5,000 baht before she will return iPhone she found in 7/11 saying she's within her rights

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What I would rather do is, pay the police THB5,000 and ask them to arrest this blob for theft (taking what's not hers) and extortion.

 

Apart from teaching her a lesson, the message is also to say that "I have THB5,000 to throw away, but just not at you <deleted>".

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1 hour ago, Andrew Dwyer said:

In any normal society she would return the phone and be satisfied she did the "right" thing. Any reward offered by the owner would be a bonus .
But, it would appear we are not in a normal society ☹️

No, it was Pattaya. Right!!!

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Nasty thief...wants 5000 B should be arrested for stealing

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1 hour ago, richard_smith237 said:

Simplest solution here for the BiB - Arrest her for theft. 

Oooops just went from simple to complicated. 

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Shame they did not name the bar she works in, it would be useful to boycott the place if they employ dubious characters like this.

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come on ....  she's from a bar in Pattaya .....  IQ    ????  :shock1:

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But why expect such a woman to give back for 1000 baht, she can sell it for more.

 

 

 

 

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ID: 35   Posted (edited)

Once she ""REMOVED PROPERTY FROM THE LOCATION WITH THE ....."INTENT"..... TO PROFIT"", it became Stolen property. She could have given to 7-11  manager / employees for 'safe keeping', or taken it to a police station.

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ID: 36   Posted (edited)

2 hours ago, Kasset Tak said:

Report the "finder" to the police for steeling the Iphone as it was not hers to take from the 7-11 store in the first place! They should also add extortion or what ever it should be as she refuse to give it back even when offered a 1000 Baht "finders fee" and maybe they should add fencing too as she is basically trying to sell stolen goods!

absolutely 100% correct, this is technically theft

 

The solution for the police is simple, either return the phone (that you took from the shop that did not belong to you) or we will charge you.

 

Some childish notion of finders keepers does not apply

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2 hours ago, Andrew Dwyer said:

In any normal society she would return the phone and be satisfied she did the "right" thing. Any reward offered by the owner would be a bonus .
But, it would appear we are not in a normal society ☹️

Maybe in other societies the phone just disappears?

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i personally think just stealing it outright is better than attempting to justify her extortion.

 

but ive been here a while so im not right in the head, fine her 5000thb.

 

karma says shell lose her 300baht phone soon, and have no clue why life is so unfair.

 

she'll proceed to get drunk and abuse any/everyone while her child watches it all and learns the rules of life.

 

chai-yooooooo

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2 hours ago, Dmaxdan said:

Well, personally I would get a huge kick out of returning someone's property to them especially if it was valuable. The smile on their face would be all the reward I would need. 

You are not a Thai buddhist sir.

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56 minutes ago, dcsw53 said:

Shame they did not name the bar she works in, it would be useful to boycott the place if they employ dubious characters like this.

 The bar girl has lost the phone.

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