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19 January 2015 :: 08:01:30 am 97156

Thai Women Extort Money From Tourists

The tourist police in Bangkok arrested 2 Thai women that deceived tourists to get on a boat to see various tourist attractions which were located along the side of Chao Phraya river.
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BANGKOK – January 18,2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; 3 Asian tourists who were undercover agents of the tourist police recorded an incident while Miss Kamonthip Sang-nork and Mrs. Wilanwan Phuennuan who were 2 defendants acted to be Malaysian tourists, befriended and persuaded such 3 undercover agents to join the boat trip in area of Wat Trai Mit (a temple in Bangkok). This video recording was used as evidence that the tourist police used for arresting the 2 Thai women with allegations of deceiving other people, detaining and extorting money of foreign tourists. Moreover, they also were alleged to not have a license of tourism business operation which they were guilty of according to Tourism Business and Guide Act, B.E. 2551 (A.D. 2008).


Pol.Col. Artchayon Kraithong (Deputy Commander of Tourist Police) revealed that this arrest due to the police receiving complaints that there were 2 Thai women deceiving tourists to get on the travelling boat to see various tourist attractions which were located along the side of Chao Phraya river then they extorted a large amount of money from the tourists. Therefore, Pol.Col. Artchayon sent the undercover agents who were 3 Asian tourists to an area of Wat Trai Mit where they found such 2 defendants that acted to be Malaysian tourists who tried to befriend and persuaded the 3 undercover agents to get on the travelling boat to see The Grand Palace [Wat Phra Kaew (Temple of the Emerald Buddha)] without informing about the fares which there was Mr. Darky (did not know his first name and surname) as a boat driver (the other one defendant who is now escaping). After that the 3 undercover agents were charged over the top prices for the boat fares.


Pol.Col. Artchayon indicated that such 2 defendants had pretended to be the Malaysian people because they wanted to tell the tourists that they would go to perform a religious ceremony in order to escape. Moreover, they were also found of having arrest history in the case of extortion in 2006 which the police believed that they carried out a similar scam. If anyone sees any suspect that befriends the tourists, please immediately notify the police to go to inspect at scene because these offenders’ behaviors really ruin the good image of Thailand.

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