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Yet another honest cabby! He returns diamond encrusted Rolex worth 170,000 baht!

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5 hours ago, mok199 said:

I dropped a rhinestone encrusted fart in a cab last week..

id  give  u  5000 to not bring it  back

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

On the way she was rummaging through her bag and noticed her Rolex was missing and wondered if she had dropped it somewhere. She called her son who said he couldn't find it at home in the condo. 

 

Her twin son in Songkhla later suggested calling FM 91 radio station.

 

In the meantime Phuwadon Jindapaneekun, the driver of orange and white cab ทห (Thor Hor) 7785 with Bangkok plates, had gone to fill up with gas at Sathorn Soi 1. 

 

He noticed the watch on the back seat and handed it in to the radio station.

I don’t know... maybe I’ve become jaded.

 

i firmly believe that the watch had been tracked down and found to be in the possession of the driver, who then “agreed” to hand it over in a PR stunt, vs go to prison... much like a confession and a wai, will get a thai of the hook in many instances.

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Must be the 20th-25th of the month, time for another honest cabbie story.

 

If a proper diamond-encrusted Rolex costs 170k, I’ll have 5 please, can make a good profit on those.

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6 hours ago, RotBenz8888 said:

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

Especially with the Deputy  ? in town.

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Possible correct price,but lucky to get it back.i wonder did he get something for being honest as well

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6 hours ago, RotBenz8888 said:

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

Knew this was coming after the arrest of the thai stealing from tourists while swimming some days ago....:coffee1:

 

Anyway, well done!

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This year of ridiculous tall tale taxi storys, with Indians, Iranians ,morrocans austrailians  etc etc , I wondered , how exactly have they been pulling these off..who is involved ,what mastermind has orchestrated this nonsense...

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5 hours ago, bluesofa said:

Bet the cabbie's still struggling to prise it off the 'rear' seat.

haha ,i learned long ago,never trust a fart in Thailand...

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This is just getting to the point of being ludicrous

now they can't even be bothered to calculate the real cost of a rolex, let alone encrusted with diamonds

might bluff a few locals but the rest of the us live in the real world!!

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As mentioned by several other commentators you would be hard pressed to but a tatty non-diamond encrusted Rolex for 170,000 baht.   

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If wealthy Thai's were careless enough to leave their valuables laying around would they want all the publicity.

Would they try and sue the cabby for temporary theft or some other ludicrous charge. 

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6 hours ago, RotBenz8888 said:

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

Agree, as long as the person wearing it isn't  mentally retarded. 

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What was the previous 'bad news' that bought about this nice deed? 🤔

 

Oh, I am such a sceptic.

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