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British man in Pattaya killed himself after amassing huge debts supporting Thai wife

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Just now, Jip99 said:

 

Step 1....... and it beats the sh1t out of suicide..

 

And not an act of cowardice

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1 hour ago, The manic said:

He could have declares himself bankrupt and eliminated the debt.

if i understood it right, he borrowed the money from friends,

so declaring bankruptcy does nothing.

secondly even if he had borrow from a bank with house as guarantee,

it takes 5 years or more from declare bankruptcy to being debt free in total poverty,

so at that stage he would be 73 if not dead already.

the part that is sad is his friends that now lost 2 million baht

and will never get a refund,

that was dishonorable

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Just now, poanoi said:

if i understood it right, he borrowed the money from friends,

so declaring bankruptcy does nothing.

secondly even if he had borrow from a bank with house as guarantee,

it takes 5 years or more from declare bankruptcy to being debt free,

so at that stage he would be 73 if not dead already.

the part that is sad is his friends that now lost 2 million baht

and will never get a refund,

that was dishonorable

Bankruptcies and IVA can take one month to 7 years in UK...But better than the cowardice and projected guilt of inadequate idiot. No sympathy.. 

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3 hours ago, tropo said:

You can maybe exist on 250 a day, but I wouldn't call it living.

If you don't smoke or drink (and don't have any other vices) then 250 is more than enough.  That's 3 healthy pork/chicken rice or noodle dishes a day with water, some fresh fruit, and the rest on rent and electric/water/internet.  Transport to work shouldn't be more than 50 baht a day if you don't live miles away from your workplace.  Most westerners in Thailand keep their western lifestyle so spend way more than they need to on food.

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10 minutes ago, The manic said:

Bankruptcies and IVA can take one month to 7 years in UK...But better than the cowardice and projected guilt of inadequate idiot. No sympathy.. 

"No sympathy"

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First never trust a bar girl and don't married her 

Good luck to her new man from Norway I hope he read this 

Never spend more money than you have 

RIP 

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3 hours ago, tropo said:

What's the point of saying his problems were his own fault? That changes nothing.

 

It changes nothing now but it would have changed something if he'd seen sense beforehand.

 

The part about chess was tongue in cheek...  I have no idea what 70 year olds do.  Whatever it is it has to be more interesting than being dead, though.

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Wife is 55, that means he met and married a 48 year old back in 2012?  Now the 55 year old wife has a Dane or Norwegian on the hook. Must be some woman. 

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

The Sun reported that Thanyaporn had since moved to Norway having started a relationship with a Norwegian man.

Next victim ? ?

 

“Thanyaporn Donsakul who he married one month after meeting her in a bar in Pattaya in 2012.”

 

hopefully it will be a lesson for some others. 

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4 hours ago, dfdgfdfdgs said:

If you don't smoke or drink (and don't have any other vices) then 250 is more than enough.  That's 3 healthy pork/chicken rice or noodle dishes a day with water, some fresh fruit, and the rest on rent and electric/water/internet.  Transport to work shouldn't be more than 50 baht a day if you don't live miles away from your workplace.  Most westerners in Thailand keep their western lifestyle so spend way more than they need to on food.

You could always cook your own food, 250bht buys a lot of pork and rice in Tesco.

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17 hours ago, Odysseus123 said:

Bully for you.

Good partners are good until they are not...

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1 minute ago, Thaifly88 said:

Good partners are good until they are not...

Indeed.

 

Bon chance..seems to cover it.

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22 hours ago, sanemax said:

You cannot "guarantee" that , you can only suspect that .

If you can actually guarantee that there is a "very happy Thai man" involved in this story, then, name him ?

The "I will guarantee" phrase was simply an English figure of speech and is not meant literally.

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23 hours ago, Nasrullah said:

Ya Think......And the best SUPPORTING actor goes to.........Mr  Fa.......g!

Had the ATM stamp removed from my forehead years ago, now the girls not bother me, as I know their only motive "MONEY"

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