Pattaya Daily News

21 May 2015 :: 09:05:12 am 102623

Lost Purse Handed In By Good Samaritan

An assistant journalist of channel 7 in Pattaya city who found a purse on Pattaya 2nd road handed it in to police where it was later collected by its thank full owner.
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PATTAYA – May 20,2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 4.00 a.m., the journalist reported that Mr. Issara Nadee, age 35, who is an assistant journalist of channel 7 in Pattaya city had found a green purse on Pattaya 2nd road which contained 3,000 THB and some personal documents. The purse belonged to a Miss Jiraporn Khaengkhan, from Bangkok according to the documents inside.


Mr. Issara said that while he was riding along Pattaya 2nd road he noticed a purse on the road so she quickly stopped to pick it up. A baht bus driver then shouted over to say it was his girlfriends so Mr. Issara told the driver that he can go to the police station to collect it and he can take some documents to prove it was hers. He then waited at the police station for a long time but the driver never turned up so he told the police that she had found the purse on 2nd road. Later the police contacted Mr. Issara to tell him that a woman had turned up and reported that she had lost her purse so he rushed back to see her at the police station.


Miss Jiraporn the purse owner said that Mr. Issara was a very kind hearted person. She was so glad to get her purse back because normally if anyone loses their belonging they never see them again.


Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Community News

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