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BANGKOK 17 June 2019 14:34
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Video: Crafty old farang steals a Thai's money at supermarket checkout

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1 hour ago, NCC1701A said:

he stepped on it?

 

for the good of other farangs we must publicly execute him.

 

i'll do it.

May I assist you, please? I'd suggest to stone him and leave him in front of the supermarket for three days that the locals can do the rest. 

 

And some locals will beat the shi_e out of him when they see him, or by accident hit the wrong guy. But you've got the right to execute him, of course — a good day in the Land of lost and hidden banknotes. 

 

Looked like a 1,000 baht bill and the "skinny guy" seems to be starving...

 

What's really annoying is this: " Thai posters rounded on the man for not telling the woman about her fallen money with many saying this was typical. 

 

I had a very similar experience at the local Big-C when shopping last week. A Thai woman had lost a 500 baht bill, I immediately told her that and pointed at the bill. Is that also "considered typical?"

 

Let's pray for him or not. Hallelujah! 

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1 minute ago, evadgib said:
1 hour ago, webfact said:

Thai posters rounded on the man for not telling the woman about her fallen money with many saying this was typical

Yeah, right! 🙄

Of course. He obviously wasn't a taxi driver.

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Many foreigners here are likely in the same boat. Poor, unemployed, and fishing for coins to survive.

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One of those big-spending quality residents/tourists. Why oh why isn't Thailand doing more to attract such and wants real proof of income? So baffling.

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15 minutes ago, CharlieH said:

I wonder if this would even be mentioned if he had tapped her on the shoulder and given it to her,

NO !

The bad stuff is more sensational, people always want and thrive on the negative. ☹️

That only works when spoon-feeding 'honest cabbies' in the other direction.

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the times I have dropped money in the  st or shop.it happens I,am sure someone behind me has picked it up quick as a flash.i,am upset when I find out but I don,t expect to have it handed back.i found 600 baht in a burger king once  and the place was empty  and only staff were there.no one bothered to ask about.so the times I drop 500 baht out of my pocket so be it.

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How is that people don't realize the CCTV is pretty much everywhere now, especially shops and supermarkets. 

 

Big brother is watching you where ever you go and what ever you do. 

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Suddenly Pattaya has a strict code of ethics?

 

Didn't see that one coming.

 

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