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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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CARLIN    56
8 minutes ago, Andrew Dwyer said:


You are my super hero !

 

You forgot this one

 

10 minutes ago, KhaoNiaw said:

Behave yourself. Nearly all Thais and farangs would know what the right thing to do is. If you'd do the same thing she's done here, you're just a stupid thieving ..... as well.

Eric & Erñie

 

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smedly    14,882
4 hours ago, amjamj said:

People who forget things deserve to be stolen. I never forgot or lost anything my whole life, not because I am a super hero but just because I have a brain and I care my stuff !

 

 

you forgot the word  "take" care my stuff

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wakeupplease    1,572
6 hours ago, losername said:

In the UK theft has to include the essential element of "the intention of permanently depriving".  Hence in this case, as she is offering to return the phone,  I suspect there would have to be another charge.  Extortion sounds good to me but I don't know much about that.

In the UK it is theft by finding, she would also get 2 more charges. The shop may also prosecute her to save their good name. So 7/11 step up to the plate

 

This sort of thing shows where things are going here Desperation setting in

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onemorechang    3,722
Just now, Sphere said:

Finders keepers.......:coffee1:

 

 

 

She never found it.

She stole it from inside a 7/11 store.

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jacko45k    4,467
17 hours ago, Borzandy said:

I agree 100%, but two months ago I "lost" my mobile and, if someone had offered to pay 5000 Baht, I think I would have done it.

Shhhh, isn't this one woman enough for us!

 

She effectively stole the phone off the counter, had she grabbed a handful of the chewing gum next to it the story would be the same.

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mok199    591

last time I saw a mouth like that, it had a ''hook in it''..quote Rodney Dangerfield...

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gk10002000    2,731
19 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!

All good words.  Sad that the people are under such pressure to try and make money

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Rimmer    4,133

Multiple posts have been removed, off topic, bickering, flaming and a post in caps

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losername    102
5 hours ago, wakeupplease said:

In the UK it is theft by finding, she would also get 2 more charges. The shop may also prosecute her to save their good name. So 7/11 step up to the plate

 

This sort of thing shows where things are going here Desperation setting in

Theft of any kind still has to involve "the intention of permanently depriving".  Theft by finding included.

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Rhys    1,077

 ....thus what was the outcome?

 

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CARLIN    56
7 minutes ago, Rhys said:

 ....thus what was the outcome?

 

Guilty 

String Her Up

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