Pattaya Daily News

28 January 2010 :: 16:01:25 pm 11232

Masseurs Arrest Ex-Colleague Over Fraudulent Dealings

A former masseuse has been handed to the Pattaya police by her ex-colleagues over her fraudulent procurement of money from her former co-workers.
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Pattaya, the 27th of January 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: At approximately 1:30pm, Miss Thanamon Matchara [35] together with six co-workers conducted a citizen’s arrest on their former colleague Mrs. Nutchanat Junlar [36] after she cheated the group out of more than 30,000 baht in cash.

 

Mrs. Junlar was presented to Lieutenant Colonel Sa-ne Yotrungreuang (Pattaya Police Investigator) due to an agreement that failed to come to fruition regarding the procurement of visas and travel documents by Mrs. Junlar. The various documents were to be used by the women in order to travel to Finland and work in a Thai massage parlour, the plan was organised by Mrs. Junlar whilst she was in Finland.

Miss Matchara explained to police on behalf of the group that Mrs Junlar had once worked with them at the Lela Thai Massage Parlour. After leaving the establishment she contacted her former colleagues inviting them to join her in Finland at a massage parlour she had established. Mrs Junlar requested that the group send a small amount of money to her and informed them that she would cover the rest of the costs involved with the travel and documentation. After sending over 30,000 baht to Mrs. Junlar the group never heard from her again. Fortunately the group were able to locate Mrs. Junlar upon her return to the Kingdom, bringing her to the police in an attempt to recover their lost monies.

 

Mrs. Junlar has denied the allegations stating that she was still in the process of procuring the visa’s and other travel documents. She also explained that she had not contacted the group as she had no new information to report due to the process taking longer than expected. Officers are reluctant to believe her story as there is no substantiating evidence to suggest she even applied for the documents. Mrs. Junlar has been charged with fraud and she will remain in police custody following further judicial proceedings. Further to this case Mrs. Junlar has previously been charged with fraud in 2008

Reporter : Wirraphun   Photo : Wirraphun   Category : Crime News

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