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British shoplifting team rounded up after drone theft in Samui

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1 hour ago, lemonjelly said:

Is the jihadi beard thing a fashion now? Police should be looking deeper into these guys connections.

I would tend to agree, something not quite right 

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Does not add up this story..

what wad wrong with their credit card?Maybe they thought its was paid?

Thieves not using own credit cards and cars in u name etc.

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I think caning followed by  detention and deportation with lifetime ban would be in order for "tourists" like these. This is not a mistake, a drunken error, or a  false accusation. Coming to Thailand to exploit the people who welcome them, have a party time then piss off home. What would happen to the shop assistant responsible for a 50,000 loss?

 

People like this are useless scum in their own country and will never do an honest days work. Why let them in? If Thailand wants to continue visa waiver travel they should be wired into the police systems of major countries. Not 100% but they would be able to block most crims. Guarantee these fine British Chaps have been done up for various anti-social behaviors before. 

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1 hour ago, lemonjelly said:

Is the jihadi beard thing a fashion now? Police should be looking deeper into these guys connections.

Sounds like they hijack drones and attack somewhere, like their usual style hijacking cars and make them car bombs. Scary...:shock1:

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6 minutes ago, Destiny1990 said:

Does not add up this story..

what wad wrong with their credit card?Maybe they thought its was paid?

Thieves not using own credit cards and cars in u name etc.

Prob not their credit card that's why they scarpered before sales girl came back.

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3 minutes ago, Dipterocarp said:

I think caning followed by  detention and deportation with lifetime ban would be in order for "tourists" like these. This is not a mistake, a drunken error, or a  false accusation. Coming to Thailand to exploit the people who welcome them, have a party time then piss off home. What would happen to the shop assistant responsible for a 50,000 loss?

 

People like this are useless scum in their own country and will never do an honest days work. Why let them in? If Thailand wants to continue visa waiver travel they should be wired into the police systems of major countries. Not 100% but they would be able to block most crime. Guarantee these fine British Chaps have been done up for various anti-social behaviors before. 

Would be cool if the UK could/would provide criminal records for these "Brits" to paint a picture......

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Given folks description of their possible poor characters! cant help but think they are going to get along just fine with the Police!

No going to mention their poor attire! least there not wearing socks!

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The changing face of Britain. The Krays would have sorted their little problem out.:saai:

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5 minutes ago, Sooo Upto Me said:

Oh yes they are thick as thieves, Hackney east London not too well educated in that area & include Dalston, Stratford, Bow, Mile End.

The Kray twins excepted of course. ?

How do you know that....?

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2 minutes ago, Sooo Upto Me said:

Prob not their credit card that's why they scarpered before sales girl came back.

How they paid for  the resort?i not completely convinced they are thieves yet.

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These quality tourists staying in high-end resorts are what the TOT wants...

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