Pattaya Daily News

24 March 2015 :: 10:03:12 am 100222

French Man Steals Chicken From Tesco’s

A 60-year-old French man was caught trying to steal meat from a Tesco’s in Pattaya by a security guard. He had committed a similar offence in October last year.
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PATTAYA – March 22,2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 4.00 p.m., Pol.Lt. Sombat Kaewmoonmook (Inquiry official of Pattaya city police station, Chon Buri province) was notified by Mr. Manit Mongkhonphaiboonsook, aged 22, who is a security guard of a Tesco Lotus department store that he had apprehended a Mr Thomas Micallef, aged 60, French nationality who had stolen goods from the store in north Pattaya Moo 5 Tambon Na Kluea, Amphur Banglamung, Chon Buri province. Therefore, Pol.Lt. Sombat ordered the officers to the scene.

 

Upon questioning Mr. Manit Mongkhonphaiboonsook the security guard he told police that Mr Thomas Micallef was walking around the fresh meat counter and he picked up 4 bags of pork and chicken but only had two of the bags weighed by the staff. He then walked off and looked at other stuff before going to the check out to pay for his items. He then asked the Mr Thomas if he could search him and found 2 empty bags in his pocket. Mr Thomas Micallef had unwrapped the bags which he had weighed and put the meat which hadn’t been weighed into the weighed bags.

 

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Pol.Lt. Sombat Kaewmoonmook (Inquiry official of Pattaya city police station) was told by the staff that Mr.Thomas Micallef had committed a similar offence on October 22nd , 2014 where he stole 2 bottles of salad cream but he was only fined according to the regulations of the department store. Mr Thomas Micallef was then sent to the police station to be prosecuted further according to the Thai law.

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Samart   Category : Crime News

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