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Doctors' son still breaking into cars in Bangkok and Pattaya

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Doctors' son still breaking into cars in Bangkok and Pattaya

 

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Source: TNA

 

The crime Suppression Division announced the arrest of a Thai man on a charge of breaking into and stealing from a car in Pak Kret, Nonthaburi in late December. 

 

Phop Euanjit, 37, denied it saying he was just the motorcycle rider after the theft when 7,000 baht of valuables were taken. 

 

The motorcycle was found at his garage repair shop. 

 

He was taken into custody at Lumpini Condotown in Lat Pla Khao Road yesterday. 

 

TNA reported that Phop is the son of a mother who is a doctor and father who is a deputy hospital director at a famous hospital. 

 

He was jailed in 2015 after being convicted of being the head of a gang that smashed their way into cars and stole valuables in Huay Kwang, Pahonyothin, Choke Chai and Pak Kret areas of Bangkok and in Pattaya. 

 

Source: TNA

 

 

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40 minutes ago, webfact said:

TNA reported that Phop is the son of a mother who is a doctor and father who is a deputy hospital director at a famous hospital.

Does this mean a wai and 500 Baht fine?

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Oh Dr I'm in trouble is his swansong now🤔 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

TNA reported that Phop is the son of a mother who is a doctor and father who is a deputy hospital director at a famous hospital.  

Naught child, you're grounded!

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It's obviously the parents' fault for not giving their 37 years old son enough pocket money.

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1 hour ago, klauskunkel said:

It's obviously the parents' fault for not giving their 37 years old son enough pocket money.

 30 000 bath monthly not enough

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