Pattaya Daily News

05 September 2014 :: 01:09:46 am 91562

Lady Boy Arrested For Pick Pocketing Japanese Tourist In Pattaya

Tourist police have yet again arrested a lady-boy for pick pocketing a male Japanese tourist’s as he walked near Pattaya beach.
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PATTAYA – September 4, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 3.00 a.m., while Pattaya tourist police, Chonburi province were patrolling near the  entrance to Walking Street  a male Japanese tourist named Mr. Takachi Pamawoto, aged 33, told them that was had been pick pocketed by a lady boy and his Docomo mobile phone had been stolen.

 

He remembered that the lady boy was wearing a green dress. The incident occurred in front of bay walk central Pattaya on beach road. The police then informed other officers in the area to look for the lady boy thief.

 

Upon questioning Mr. Takachi (the victim) he told the officers that while he was walking on the road near Pattaya beach a lady boy walked up to him and started to molester him by hugging and touching his body before pick pocketing his phone then quickly walked away. Soon after he realised his phone was missing and knew that the lady boy had stolen it so he decided to contact the police.

 

A short while later the police contacted Mr. Takachi to come and ID a lady boy that they had apprehended who matched his description. When he arrived at the scene he confirmed to police that it was the lady boy who had pick pocketed him so the police searched him and found the stolen phone concealed on the lady boy body.

 

The officers made a note for their daily record of evidence and charged the lady-boy with pick pocketing before sending him to the inquiry official of Pattaya city police station to be prosecuted further according to the Thai law.

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

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