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EXCLUSIVE: Farang checkout thief who stole 2,000 baht from Thai shopper returns the money - He's British

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Hopefully he has learned his lesson. Always check if there are cameras 🙂

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On 6/14/2019 at 5:43 PM, surfinglife said:

He can't possibly be British, he's not wearing socks with his sandals!

True but he is grossly overweight, balding beyond repair, whiter than a linen sheet and God damm ugly! All roads here lead to Britain.

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On 6/13/2019 at 3:44 PM, ballpoint said:

I wonder how long it will be before all those who accused Jeab of lying about the amount come out to apologise?

 

Should be any time soon.  Just after Pattaya freezes over.

well as you only hear her heard side of the story on the amount it still doesnt prove anything, as the lowlife who stole the money obviously isnt going to comment on it as hes gonna go hide back under the rock he crawled out from

 

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On 6/13/2019 at 3:44 PM, ballpoint said:

I wonder how long it will be before all those who accused Jeab of lying about the amount come out to apologise?

 

Should be any time soon.  Just after Pattaya freezes over.

only hear her side of the story on that so no prove it was the amount she said,as the lowlife who stole it will be going back under the rock he crawled from as fast as possible

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EXCLUSIVE: He's British

So was my former out of work colleague who used his big toe to trap my B10 coin while I was buying him lunch. He bent down, picked and put it in his pocket after I turned sideways in pretense of looking for something. This was after giving him B500 to ease his burden. 

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So now we can end all the speculations, he is British ! 

 

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6 hours ago, balo said:

So now we can end all the speculations, he is British !

 

Hopefully it's this TH is trying to rid.

 

 

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On 6/13/2019 at 9:52 PM, Golden Triangle said:

Oh well, after my post on the other thread hoping he wasn't gonna be a Brit I suppose I'll have to suck up (buttercup) all the anti Brit posts for the next few months, but hey that's chuff all new on here, far too many people wanna knock us Brits, I think it's jealousy, but hey, I'm a proud Brit so have your fun people I really don't give a toss. 😎

My heart bleeds for all of you. 

I can only imagine the mental anguish you will suffer in the coming months and years.

 

Or you could not take it personally and just move on.

With so many shooters on TVF, everybody is a target at some point.

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On 6/14/2019 at 12:40 AM, darksidedog said:

I am glad he had the decency to return the money, but feel he only did so from the shame produced by social media. Had it not been so well publicised, I suspect he would not have done so. We all make mistakes. The woman is satisfied, the cops seem to be letting it go. All that remains is for the TV punters to shred him a little more I guess.

I have nothing but praise for the Thai lady who has been very fair minded about the whole thing and more than gracious. I wish there were more like her. Her boyfriend seems to have picked a good one.

It does not matter why he did it but the fact that he returned it is what matters. Many would not have.

 

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On 6/14/2019 at 1:02 AM, Benroon said:

Whereas if the thai female had stolen the money from the brit male in this story, it would run to 300 pages !!

Thais dont do things like that. Ask the top Thai policeman.

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2 minutes ago, Huckenfell said:

It does not matter why he did it but the fact that he returned it is what matters. Many would not have.

 

To escape the clutches, for now, of PC Plod is worth far more than the returned dosh. If not for the CCTV coverage and the connected facebook/media scrum there is no way he would have made any effort to return the ill gotten gains.

Anyone who thinks he had a road to Damascus moment is naïve in the extreme..

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To escape the clutches, for now, of PC Plod is worth far more than the returned dosh. If not for the CCTV coverage and the connected facebook/media scrum there is no way he would have made any effort to return the ill gotten gains.
Anyone who thinks he had a road to Damascus moment is naïve in the extreme..

Exactly as soon as he realised he had been picked up on cctv he came across as all repentant.
According to the girl he returned the money with “ tears in his eyes “ !!

Without the cctv he would have spent the money without a thought for the girls loss.


Of course he might not be a hardened criminal and this might have been a spur of the moment opportunist theft but that still doesn’t alter the fact that when he saw the money drop he immediately set about stealing it.

99% of people would have pointed it out to the girl IMHO .
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10 hours ago, balo said:

So now we can end all the speculations, he is British ! 

 

Did u have a doubt?

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On 6/15/2019 at 11:33 AM, StevieAus said:

Not as much as they want to knock the Thais.

Sadly, very true.

I have never met a Brit who had anything good to say about the Thais.

Yet, they stay here.

Very strange....

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