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10 October 2012 :: 14:10:17 pm 67340

Aussie Arrested For Posting Lady’s Nude Pics

Chonburi immigration police arrested a 56-year-old Australian for posting nude photographs of a Thai woman on the Internet, in an apparent extortion attempt. The woman said the nude photos destroyed her reputation and notified police. The man denied trying to blackmail her.
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PATTAYA – October 9, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 9 p.m., the arrest of a man for posting nude photos of a Thai female in a blackmail attempt was announced by acting superintendant Pol. Col. Chaiyos Warakjoonkiet, immigration department, Chonburi province; along with the detective police team.

The suspect was identified as Mr. Glavina Luciano, age 56, nationality Australian. He is charged with trying to extort money, libeling others by displaying, distributing, or showing to people pornography on the Internet accessible to public view, according to the arrest warrant of Rayong Provincial Court at J.650/2555, dated September 25, 2012.

Police said the victimized woman came to notify the Khao Chamao police station, Rayong province, about the blackmail attempt. She said that nude photograhs of herself were posted online, which made her lose her reputation. After obtaining evidence, immigration officers of Chonburi province requested an arrest warrant from Rayong provincial court to arrest Mr. Glavina.

Officers then began investigating Mr. Glavina. Detectives discovered that Mr. Glavina was staying in Pattaya and always came to eat at Blue Moose restaurant in Soi Khao Noy, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province. So the officers staked out the restaurant. When Mr. Glavina walked in, they arrested him.

Police showed him the arrest warrant of Rayong provincial court and informed Mr. Glavina of the accusations against him to be acknowledged. However, while Mr. Glavina acknowledged being the person named in the arrest warrant, he then denied all of the accusations.

The officers made notes for evidence, and restrained Mr. Glavina to send him to the investigation officer at Khao Chamao police station to prosecute according to the law.

Reporter : Nirach Thipsrikun   Photo : Nirach Thipsrikun   Category : Crime News

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