Pattaya Daily News

08 February 2013 :: 13:02:15 pm 71650

Gay Masseur Rips Off Sunbathing Swede On Beach

A gay ex-convict working as a beach masseur at Yim Yom beach lacked money to use in his daily life. So he pried open the seat of a motorbike parked by a Swedish tourist and stole the valuables inside. But people who saw the thief captured him and notified police.
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PATTAYA – February 7, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 4:30 p.m., a report of a thief prying open a motorbike seat to steal property from a sunbathing tourist was received by Pol. Capt. Yongyuth Wanneua, Deputy Inspector, Pattaya police station.

The incident occurred at Yin Yom beach, Khao Phratamnuk road, Soi 5. At the scene, police discovered the suspect being detained by bystanders. The trouble maker was identified as Mr. Sitthisak or O Surakhan, age 41, from Tambon Khorneua, Amphur Meuang, Yasothorn province.

Police seized the stolen evidence consisting of a black waist bag with a wallet containing a Swedish passport, two cellphones, 820 THB cash, and 90 Kronor in Swedish money.

Mr. Sitthisak confessed that he had been convicted in 2007 for stealing property in Pattaya and had served time in jail. After his release, he worked as a masseur at Yin Yom beach, and told himself that he would not make trouble like that again.

But later Mr. Sitthisak lacked money to pay for his rental room and the expenses in his daily life. So he decided to make trouble again, by stealing property from the parked motorbike at Yin Yom beach. He pried open the seat of a blue-black Yamaha Mio 125 motorbike, license number JOR BOR LOR 74 Chonburi.

However, a nearby fruit vendor and several other people saw the break-in. So the thief ran into the forest to escape. But unfortunately he ran down a dead end path, so he was captured by the bystanders.

The police sent the suspect to the investigation officer at Pattaya police station to prosecute further according to the law. However, the police could not locate the victim, identified by his passport as Mr. Nilson Bill Tomas, from Sweden.

Police brought Mr. Nilson’s motorbike to the Pattaya police station, and will wait for him to contact them to retrieve his motorbike and stolen property.

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Samart   Category : Crime News

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