Pattaya Daily News

08 June 2011 :: 17:06:37 pm 54719

Illegal Cambodians Injure Burmese Workers

Groups of Cambodian and Burmese construction workers were charged for causing public nuisance and Cambodians were particularly charged for working in Thailand without permits.
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Pattaya, 8 June 2011 [Pattaya Daily News]: Pol. Lt. Punlop Ringrod (Deputy Inspector Suppression of Pattaya Police Department) was informed of a fight between Cambodian and Burmese workers at a construction site on Soi Pacific, Nong Prue.

According to the police, there were over 20 workers involved in the fight.
They were using either swords or timber tools as weapons, an officer said adding that two Burmese men were injured.

  

Rasai, 24 was slashed by the sword on his leg while his arm was broken by the timber tool and Punsai, 30 was wounded on the temple, an officer continued.

The injured victims reported that while they were drinking with their Burmese friends, a Cambodian worker, Sian approached them and complained that they were too noisy.

Soon after, Sian came back with a group of Cambodian workers, who were all carrying swords and timber tools, victims said.

 

Three Burmeses and five Cambodians were the prime suspects of the fight and arrested for interrogation at Pattaya Police Station.

Only the Burmese workers had work permits but the Cambodians did not, an officer said.
All of the people involved in the fight were charged with public nuisance and Cambodian workers were particularly charged for illegally working in Thailand.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Community News

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