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19 June 2008 :: 16:06:51 pm 11135

Pattaya Police Arrest Britex-Lecturer For Underage Gay Sex

An ex-university lecturer from England was arrested in Pattaya on June 18, 2008, for having gay sex with an underage boy. Police held an arrest warrant to arrest the man at home, and despite his staunch denials of either being gay or luring anyone for underage sex, the man was taken into custody.
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On June 18, 2008, at 11am, Pol.Col.Nopadol Wongnom, Director of the Interpol Crime Suppression Centre and a police team went to arrest Mr. Malcolm Edward Falkins (68), a British citizen, at his residence in Tapraya Road, Pattaya, being charged with obscene behaviour towards a child under 15 years of age.

Apparently, on the previous afternoon, the parents of the young boy, under the alias of Jack (12), had filed a complaint that, at the end of December 2007, their son had been lured into a Sunee Plaza bar toilet, South Pattaya, by Mr. Malcolm to perform an obscene act. The authorities had been keeping a close watch on the accused for many months and discovered that Mr. Malcolm was in the habit of luring young boys either to a hotel or his home to have what they suspected was underage sex. The authorities finally notified the police of their suspicions and asked the court to issue an arrest warrant. ;

When arrested, Mr. Malcolm testified that he was an ex-private lecture at a UK university. He declared he was retired and had been living in Pattaya for 4 years and could speak fluent Thai. He denied that he was gay or had ever lured young boys for obscene purposes and would testify to that effect in court. Police, however, having strong evidence to the contrary, detained the suspect for further investigation according to the law.

Reporter : Jirrawat   Photo : Jirrawat   Category : Crime News

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