Pattaya Daily News

17 January 2014 :: 13:01:11 pm 81456

2 Thai Women Swindled Out Of 300,000 THB By Tanzanian Man

Police have arrested a Tanzanian man after he swindled 2 Thai women out of 300,000 THB he was spotted by the women on soi Buakhao standing outside a 7 eleven .
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PATTAYA – January 16, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 3.00 p.m. Pol. Col. Kiettisak Sathong-oy (Deputy Superintendent of Pattaya city police station, Chonburi province) was notiified by a Mrs. Maneephorn Mekmork, aged 54, Yasothorn resident, and a Mrs. Thanchanok Duangphang, aged 42, Yasothorn resident, that they found the foreign man that used to cozen them was standing in front of 7-Eleven shop in Soi Buakhao, central Pattaya, Moo 9 Tambon Nong Prue, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province, so he rushed to inspect at scene together wiht the patrol police officers.

When arrived at the incident the officers found Mrs. Maneephorn and Mrs. Thanchanok were waiting for the police and pointed out a Mr. Gailly Sunday, aged 35, Tanzanian nationality, with exhibits of 2 mobile phones and 2,200 dollars. Mrs. Maneephorn said that as usual she opened her beer bar near Mabprachan reservoir on January 13, 2014 and Mr. Gailly was there drinking and talked to her. He then asked her whether she wanted to have more money because the dollar currency value will be adjusted in a few days so she could exchange Thai money for dollars. She trusted him and pawned her pickup truck for 130,000 THB. Mrs. Maneephorn then went to see Mr. Gailly at a bungalow in Soi Nong Prue. Once there she sniffed some perfume that he had and fell unconscious. When she woke up she found that her cash of 300,000 THB that was in her handbag was missing and Mr. Gailly had also disappeared so she realised that she was cheated.

Initially, Mr. Gailly confessed in all allegations and said that he was willing to indemnify both of the victims. However, the police detained the defendant and sent him to the investigation officer of Nong Prue police station, Amphur Banglamung, which is the incident area in order to prosecute him further according to the Thai law.

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Samart   Category : Crime News

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