Pattaya Daily News

10 July 2013 :: 16:07:59 pm 76212

Hong Kong Tourist’s Pocket Picked By A Group Ladyboys

Two Ladyboys that belonged to a pickpocket gang were arrested at a mobile phone shop after stealing a smartphone from the pocket of a Hong Kong tourist at Walking Street.
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PATTAYA – July 10 [Pattaya Daily News]; Pattaya City Police officers received a report from a Hong Kong national that his Samsung smartphone was stolen by a gang of prostitute Ladyboys who approached him as a group. He said that as he was walking with compatriots at Walking Street, he was approached by a group of Ladyboys who offered them sex, but they refused. After walking for a bit, the victim noticed that his phone was missing. He immediately knew that the group of Ladyboys picked his pocket, which made him inform Pattaya City Police officers.

As soon as receiving the report, police officers were ordered to check mobile phone stores that were nearby Walking Street, as it was presumed that the Ladyboys were going to trade-in or sell the stolen smartphone for cash.

After 30 minutes of finding mobile phones around the area, police were able to find two Ladyboys that were in the process of selling a Samsung smartphone was identical the description of the victim’s phone, which made police officers arrest the two.

Police then brought the arrestees to the victim to confirm the suspect, but when he looked at his phone, he noticed that it wasn’t his phone and that the data within his phone belonged to someone else.

The two arrested Ladyboys claimed that they received the phone from a friend who was working as a prostitute at Beach Rd. Police didn’t believe their claims, they have now been taken to investigation officers at the police station in order to find out more information, as police strongly believe that they’re linked to the ladyboy pickpocket gang or group.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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