Pattaya Daily News

28 August 2007 :: 10:08:14 am 43315

MET ON THE NET: TWO BOYS ATTACK AND ROB FOREIGN MAN

A foreign man, who met two young boys through Internet chatting, agreed to pay each of them five hundred baht for sexual services. The boys allegedly attacked and stabbed him after he requested a second session, but refused to pay extra. One boy was arrested, but the other escaped. Apparently, the boys were upset that they weren’t paid; so they helped themselves to the man’s belongings, including credit cards. One of the boys was caught attempting to use the cards get cash and to purchase goods at Big C.
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On 27 August, 2007, at 3 AM, Pattaya Investigator, Police Major Chaigrit Thong-Inn, rushed to Room 618 at Yensabai Condo, after being notified that a foreigner had been attacked. When he arrived at the room, he found Mr. Stapylton Cockburn, from England, lying on the bed, naked; his hands and feet bound by a bed sheet. He had been hit on his face, body, arms and legs and stabbed. His body was covered with blood. Bloody footprints were observed on the floor and Mr. Cockburn’s belongings were scattered about the room. Police immediately took the victim to Banglamung Hospital.
At some point after bringing the two boys to his room, condo staff observed the boys rushing from the condo with blood-stained shirts. They rushed to Mr. Cockburn’s room and saw that he had been attacked, and called police.

Later in the day, police were notified by security, from the South Pattaya branch of Big C that a young man, who possessed a number of ATM and credit cards, was attempting to withdraw money from an ATM terminal. He had also used one of the credit cards to buy goods at the store. Suspicious that these were not his cards, they detained him and called the authorities.

Police rushed to Big C to see the young man, Mr. Phisitchai Boonprok’s (nickname Tong, age18). Searching in his backpack, police found six credit cards, a Nokia mobile phone, three Rolex watches, a sliver bracelet, 1500 baht cash and a foot long, blood stained knife. Police confiscated the evidence and brought Mr. Tong to the police station.

Mr. Tong confessed that he and his friend, nicknaned “Gang” (16), from Srisaket Province, attacked Mr. Cockburn. He said that they had met the victim through Internet chatting and that Mr. Cockburn had agreed to pay each boy five hundred baht for sexual services. He claimed that Mr. Cockburn was not satisfied with the experience and wanted them to perform again without extra compensation. This did not sit well with the two boys, who attacked Mr. Cockburn and took various belongings, including the credit cards and cash. Mr. Tong claimed that Mr. Gang ran away and does not know where he lives. Mr. Tong was arrested and charged with various crimes. Police will attempt to find and arrest Mr. Gang, as wel

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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