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BANGKOK 21 July 2019 15:27
joe234234

Need Advice: Starve to Death on the Street or Go to Jail?

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I'm curious why someone who has been making money for years online is now unable to do so.

 

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hmmm...digital nomad (should be more than familiar w internet), in thailand for years (new tv user), unfamiliar w how to leave w overstay...as Forrest Gump said, 'stupid is....'

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Consulate?  surely family/friends?  good luck anyway

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Troll, no-one starves in Thailand, not even the soi dogs.

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8.) You will not post disruptive or inflammatory messages, vulgarities, obscenities or profanities.

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21 hours ago, joe234234 said:

Do they give food to you in jail?

They will give you food and a bed in any temple if you ask.

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18 hours ago, mania said:

Here a perfect example of why Thailand want foreigners to now lock up XXX amount of Baht & next to have health insurance.

This is a perfect example of how useless those regulations are: those who can't follow them don't bother to report to immigration anyway.

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20 hours ago, DingDongLing said:

U have to stay in jail until someone can buy u a ticket I read.  Maybe years?  What happens if farang can not buy a ticket after years?  Anyone know?

 

 

you find a lady boy to take care of you while you spend the rest of your life in prison.

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On ‎5‎/‎16‎/‎2019 at 10:09 PM, robusto said:

If you get to an international airport with a valid onward ticket, you will be fined 20k bath max and be free to go. You'll still have to pay for your ticket if you go to jail first, but then it will be a lot more complicated and expensive to go. Try to get the money somehow instead.

Being arrested and taken to court prior to deportation is usually much cheaper than the B20k max at the airport.

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20 hours ago, gk10002000 said:

You should write a blog post or whatever it is people like you try to write in an effort to make money.  In it, detail how little money you made, how you probably did not have any proper medical insurance, probably did not have any proper accident or travel insurance.  Detail how you skirted the visa rules, and were always looking over your back dreading the day when you would be discovered on over stay. Detail why you don't have a return/round trip ticket, how you got to Thailand in the first place, etc.   Maybe somebody will toss some money your way. 

 "Maybe somebody will toss some money your way". 

Sound to me as though that's what he wanted when he wrote the OP.

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On 5/16/2019 at 10:27 PM, madmen said:

Can't be that bad if he is desperate but not replying

Perhaps he's had a lot of useful advice and has ceded to that.

Some folks seek a public acknowledgement. Some don't. 

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Posted (edited)

Once upon a time the Army existed for chaps like this.

 

They could have won a medal at Balaclava or Rorkes Drift..maybe even Spion Kop or the battle of the Little Big Horn..

 

The 21st century doesn't do them justice.

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21 hours ago, mania said:

Here a perfect example of why Thailand want foreigners to now lock up XXX amount of Baht & next to have health insurance.

 

Because fools like this exist

Actually, you’re the fool. The head of Chiang Mai immigration said digital nomads were welcome in Chiang Mai and did not need a work permit if they are not doing business with Thais. This is why so many are in Chiang Mai.

 

 

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