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Brit finally removed from Phuket Town condo

By Eakkapop Thongtub

 

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Australian-born Brit David Maclean was taken to Vachira Phuket Hospital. Photo: Ekkapop Thongtub

 

PHUKET:-- Australian-born British national David Maclean, 50, originally from Brisbane, Australia, after nearly four months barricaded in a Phuket Town condo has been safely removed from the apartment today (May 2), Phuket Tourist Police have confirmed.
 

Mr Maclean was removed from the ninth-floor condo, at the “Supalai Park at Phuket City” complex on Nakorn Rd, after Phuket Immigration officers broke a window to gain entry to the back of the unit from atop a fire truck ladder, confirmed Capt Ekkachai Siri of the Phuket Tourist Police.

 

The extrication took place at about 3pm, Capt Ekkachai said.


Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/brit-finally-removed-from-phuket-town-condo-71293.php#hJliJUoU1JD23U4H.97

 

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Posted (edited)
5 hours ago, OneEyedPie said:
"Today, Col Kathatorn told The Phuket News, “We told Mr Maclean to not worry about that right now. He will be charged with overstaying, but that his health was most important and that he must focus on recovering his health first.”
 
That's nice.  Next stop the monkey house.

 

Hospital.

 

20,000 baht fine and 1 year ban.

 

Flight back home.

 

 

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11 hours ago, madmen said:

The Brits could have hired this team for 300k baht to extract Assange instead of 7 million pounds

£16 million. I'm sure that the British police were highly impressed, when they've lost 20,000 officer's jobs to save money!

 

The main problem being that Assange's "home" was effectively overseas territory.

 

I have an old Brit friend who's a property agent in BKK and faced a similar problem. The occupier was refusing to pay the rent because one of his A/C's wasn't working. The property agent had the electricity cut off (apparently illegal to do so), but it did the trick!

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