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26 March 2013 :: 13:03:18 pm 73265

Baht Bus Rider Claims Touchy-Feely Ladies Robbed Her

A 26-year-old Beer Bar worker reported a bizarre theft by two Thai ladies she encountered on a baht bus. The victim said the ladies kept touching her body to apply a hypnotic-type drug, causing her to withdraw 90,000 THB from two ATMs to give to them.
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PATTAYA – March 25, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 6 p.m., a report of a woman being robbed through deception was received by Pol. Lt. Monthien Kart-udom, investigation officer, Banglamung police station, Chonburi province.

The crying victim came to the police station to report the theft. She was identified as Ms. Wipha Sejthura, age 26, from Tambon Nong Prong, Amphur Srimahapho, Prajeenburi province.

She told police that she was deceived by two female thieves to withdraw cash from ATM machines for almost 100,000 THB. The incident occurred at two ATM machines at the Rong Poh market, Amphur Banglamung, Chonburi province.

Ms. Wipha was crying a lot as she described what happened. She said she works as a beer bar woman in Pattaya. She had gone to visit her son at Aow Udom in Sriracha, and was traveling back to Pattaya on a Song Thaew, driving the Sriracha-Na Kleu route.

Then two Thai women got on the Song Thaew. The first woman was thin, age approximately 25-30; and the other woman was fat, age approximately 35-40. Both of them sat beside her on each side, so she was sandwiched between them.

Then they tried to talk to her, and touched her body until time passed. After a short while, Ms. Wipha said she entered a dazed, dreamlike state, but was not unconscious.

Then both women persuaded her to get off at Rong Poh market, and took her to withdraw money at the ATM machine of Krungsriayuddhaya bank for 20,000 THB; and from the ATM machine of SCB bank for 70,000 THB.

Then they escaped with her money. When Ms. Wipha regained normal consciousness, she realized what happened, so she hurried to notify the police.

“I would like to plead with the thieves to bring money that they deceived me to return to me, because it is the money from my working for two years, in order to be the educational fund for my son in the future,” Ms. Wipha tearfully pleaded.

After their initial investigation, the police made daily notes for evidence. Officers will coordinate with the bank officers from the two banks to ask for their CCTV footage, to inspect for information to follow up to arrest the two female thieves to prosecute further according to the law.

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Samart   Category : Crime News

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