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Pattaya Daily News

12 January 2015 :: 08:01:02 am 96738

Watch Vendor Stabbed A Russian Severely Injuring Him

A Russian man was stabbed and injured in Central Festival Pattaya Beach after he didn’t buy a watch from the vendor.
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PATTAYA – January 10,2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 00.10 am Pol.Lt.Jakkrit Chantakam-inspector of Pattaya police station- was notified that a watch seller attacked a foreigner injuring him in Starbucks, Central Festival Pattaya Beach. The injured man was sent to Pattaya Memorial hospital. After notification the police officers immediately rushed to the scene.

At the hospital, they found MR.IVAN CHERKASHHIN aged 22 from Russia had been stabbed in his left ribcase severely injuring him. Upon questioning MISS.NADEZHDN CHERKASHHIN aged 26 his sister, revealed that a watch seller offered him a watch then MR.IVAN checked the watch and found out that the watch was copy one and he returned the watch to the seller. Later the seller tried to convince him many times which started to annoy him. The vendor became upset about the situation and stabbed her brother.

Upon inspecting the crime scene the officers found a blood stain in the front of the shop. The employee of the shop revealed that the Russian man ran into the shop and asked for help at 21.00 pm, the employee told the guard to send him to the hospital. The employee had no idea what happened with him. Officials inspected the crime scene, recorded the incident and checked CCTV in order to track and hunt the watch seller as soon as possible. Officers revealed that the sellers are easily upset if they believe a potential purchaser is just playing them and has no intention of buying a watch.

Reporter : Amnoychai Malila   Photo : Amnoychai Malila   Category : Crime News

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