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BANGKOK 20 February 2019 14:31
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Yet another honest cabby! He returns diamond encrusted Rolex worth 170,000 baht!

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Makes one think what type of a mind "must" find a negative side of a "good news" story.....sad...very sad...lives

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If she can afford to put 170kTHB in a cab and forget it, then she is very rich or very stupid.

I hope she gave at least 20k minimum to the honest cab driver.

If I was a cab driver getting 50 bahts an hour and finding 170k... well... she would never have seen me.

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40 minutes ago, Just Weird said:

Second hand prices in the west are second hand prices.

In Thailand it doesn't work quite the same. If it's been serviced, polished etc to look like new then it won't be much below catalogue price just the same as cars and pick ups.

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This is a diamond 'encrusted' rolex.

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5 minutes ago, notasmartassknowitallfarag said:

Stop putting this nonsense in the news. 

 

If at all true, just do the right thing and give it back, forget all this PR rubbish. 

yeah! t'was just a PR stunt opportunity for the radio station announcer!

-  to handle a fake diamond Rolex

 

 

wonder if she's been watching the News updates, and theories;

realising her man has given her a watch that is not really what it $$eemed 

wait till she confronts him, about embarrssing her, publically, into thinking he really told her how much he really paid for it...

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He probably couldn't find a pawn shop that would take it and figured if he returned it at least he would get a reward.

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5 hours ago, poohy said:

Hmm 174 000 THB

Got a sneaky feeling Rolex's cost a fair bit more than that!

we should ask that military guy that has a punch of then, since he (bought!!!!) them he should know the real price

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come on guys, this time should be the real (no TAT fake news) stuff, there are no farangs involved

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5 hours ago, RotBenz8888 said:

Come on...drop a 170,000B watch in a cab 😂it just doesn't happen.

But we were about due for the first "Honest cabbie" post of the year - had to make it a good one!

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😂OH you are all such cynics

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5 hours ago, RotBenz8888 said:

Come on...drop a 170,000B watch in a cab 😂it just doesn't happen.

You took the words right out of my mouth. Why would she have a 170K Rolex in her bag and not on her wrist - Do most people carry that sort of thing around in a handbag?

This all stinks of some sort of PR Stunt by the radio station at best, and a fast one pulled by the idiots at TAT at the worst.

 

Complete and utter fabricated incident and story.

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Pretty cheap Rolex for a diamond encrusted model... 170,000 bt = 5356 USD

 

 "The most modern iterations of the steel-cased Rolex Submariner are the references 116610 and the less expensive 114060 (no date model). Their retail price is $8,550and $7,500 respectively"

 

I think someones pulling my leg on this story 😂 

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Curiosity got the better of me,

Diamond encrusted watches by Rolex from $71,000 USD to $487,000USD

{Possibly from markets at Silom??

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5 hours ago, poohy said:

Hmm 174 000 THB

Got a sneaky feeling Rolex's cost a fair bit more than that!

Expensive copy 555

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