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Pattaya Daily News

28 October 2013 :: 14:10:17 pm 79331

Indian Tourists Lied That Their Jewellery Was Stolen By ’Lady-Boy’ Thieves

Police Lieutenant Colonel Chuangchot Mongkholthanayuth, (an investigation officer at Pattaya City Police Station), was notified by two Indian tourists, that their fine gold necklaces and lockets, which were valued at approximated 1-million THB (Thai baht), were stolen by Pattaya ‘lady-boys,’ so the police investigation team investigated these serious allegations.
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PATTAYA – October 28, 2013 [Pattaya Daily News]; One Indian tourist named Mr. Sushil Eumar, aged 57-years old, together with his Indian friend, told the police that while they were walking near Pattaya Beach, 3-‘lady-boys’, walked up and closely besieged them, dispossessing the Indians of their valuable ornaments which were fine gold necklaces (22 karats) and lockets, which they stated as having. a value of approximated 1-million THB (Thai baht).

The police revealed that after the initial investigation, they became very suspicious, due to the fact that the value of the lost jewellery was unlikely to be 1-million THB (over US.$300.000). Then the police let the tourists view photographs of local ‘lady-boys’ in their criminal history file, but they didn’t recognise anyone. Therefore the police investigation team questioned them very seriously again, until both of them confessed that they didn’t know where they had lost their fine gold necklaces and lockets. Furthermore the two tourists admitted that there were no ‘lady-boys’ involved in this case, so initially, the police have released them on a daily notification bond, pending the collection of further evidence. No doubt the police would be wondering if the stolen items really did exist and why anyone would be strolling around with such expensive jewellery.

Reporter : Amnoychai Malila   Photo : Amnoychai Malila   Category : Crime News

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