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08 November 2009 :: 12:11:22 pm 8500

Ladyboy Steals Motorcycle From An Unsuspecting Friend

Along the Jomtien Beach Road on Sunday morning police arrested a ladyboy and her male partner in relation to the theft of a motorcycle, which police later discovered, belonged to a friend of the accused that had mistakenly placed her trust in the culprit after leaving her keys in the ignition at her Soi Bua Khao apartment complex earlier this week.
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Pattaya, 8th of November 2009 (PDN): At around 3:00am on Sunday the 8th police from the local Pattaya station were completing random checks in the Thepprasit area when they spotted two suspicious looking men on a pink and white Yamaha Fino motorcycle (Chon-Buri License Plate), who were driving suspiciously up Soi 17. When the two men noticed police a small chase ensued with police managing to stop the pair in order to check their IDs and the Registration information of the bike that they were riding. The two men were found to be a Mr Krisada Piwmanao age 18, living at Bandeua Chayapoom and his ladyboy partner Mr Wadit Keowkrud age 20, living at Khooyaymi Chachoengsao.

Upon first inspection the police where unable to find anything unusual with the pair, however when police decided to check their records the bike that they had been using had been reported as stolen on the 1st of November 2009. The two men explained to police at the scene that they had merely been working the Jomtien Beach Road area looking for foreign customers, and that the motorcycle had been purchased from a friend for 2,000 Baht just a few days ago. Police arrested the two thieves taking them back to Dongtan Police Station for further questioning, also contacting the owner of the motorcycle asking her to come to the station to identify the stolen motorcycle.

Miss Panada Kadthamart age 22, living in Thungpong Khonkhen, the registered owner of the bike arrived at the police station and positively identified the bike as being hers. Amazingly the ladyboy Mr Wadit was also known to Miss Panada as the pair had recently become friends due to the fact that they both lived in the same Little Court apartment block on Soi Bua Khao. After spending a day at the beach with Mr Wadit, Miss Panada confessed to her dismay that she had left the keys to her motorcycle in the ignition while it was still parked in the Little Court apartment’s parking lot. Mr Wadit her new found friend took advantage of the situation, ringing his partner who promptly drove off with the bike and two mobile phones contained under the seat. Miss Panada upon discovering her bike missing immediately contacted Pattaya Police to report the bike as stolen.

Although Miss Panada expressed her joy at the reappearance of her motorcycle she expressed great dismay and sadness that the thief had been her new found friend.

Further police investigations revealed that the ladyboy Mr Wadit had previously been arrested and recently released on other charges of theft. The pair have now been formally arrested and sent to detectives for further questioning.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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