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Smartly dressed farang caught on CCTV brazenly shoplifting in Market Village Hua Hin

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1 minute ago, Stargrazer9889 said:

Another Cheap Charlie tourist, who gives us all a bad name, Shame on him.  I hope bad karma strikes him down the road. his clothes suggest he has money, enuff to pay anyway.

Geezer

RE - his clothes suggest he has money, enuff to pay anyway.

 

Unless those are acquired the same way....

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2 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

i live in Hua Hin and there are police road blocks set up on every road out of town . :clap2:

 

 

But you made it home okay, hey?

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

This is the moment a smartly dressed middle aged Western man

This made my day. He looks at least my age and i'm over 70. If he's middle aged, I expect to live to be over 100, which hopefully won't happen. Middle aged ought to be in the 40-50 range. I expect the stall holder was away eating som-tam or in the loo. He was on a mission to steal a fanny pack and he seems to have succeeded.. Sadly for him I expect we'll read about his detention and chat with the Joker. Captain Kirk will be along to keep us apprised of any developments in the search for this enterprising chap in Hua Hin.:thumbsup:

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I am wondering if there has been an outbreak of shoplifting in Pattaya since Brexit?

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11 minutes ago, newatthis said:

But you made it home okay, hey?

Yes I don't look anything remotely like this guy. 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, ratcatcher said:

Captain Kirk will be along to keep us apprised of any developments in the search for this enterprising chap in Hua Hin.

 

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Smartly dressed in what way? Just looks like a pie eating history teacher, to my eyes. A fanny bag wont help his streat cred. The wretch.

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My gf works in Market Village downstairs not far from that shop. Most of the small shops down there only have one person on duty. When they want to go to the toilet, or run over to the food court, or whatever they just leave the shops unattended (my gf included). Pretty easy to pilfer something if that's what you're into. 

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Doesn't look professional.

He needs advice from Thai experts 😊

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3 hours ago, nausea said:

It's a psychological condition - kleptomania, unrelated to need or wealth or risk. I would guess this isn't his first time. Guy needs help. 

In some people's view, there is no such thing as crime, as everybody who breaks the law needs help from the Community in some way.  Some people are just greedy and enjoy taking anything which is not nailed down.  

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49 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

there is another possibility. it is so frickin' boring in Hua Hin he just had to do something for some excitement.   :clap2:

 

believe me i know how he feels.

It seems likely that he will soon be in a much more boring place.  From most of your earlier posts, I gathered that you lead anything but a boring life, with a procession of willing and eager girls passing over your threshold.  😊

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4 hours ago, kwak250 said:

Not exactly good at it i bet its the first time he tried it ..

i agree, a novice..a thief is a thief no matter how well-dressed.

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