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BANGKOK 24 July 2019 00:32
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Customs Department reports successful crackdown

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Don't  you  just  love  their  pretty table cloth, always  gold .

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10 hours ago, ocddave said:

some limited edition Automatic Watches.

So you're the anonymous dead friend!!!! 😂😅😂😅

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9 minutes ago, djayz said:

So you're the anonymous dead friend!!!! 😂😅😂😅

Not even close, my watches would be chump change to him....LOL

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And what's on our golden table today lads🤔

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11 hours ago, Artisi said:

Real or knock-off's? 

They never look at Prawit's packages.

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2 hours ago, lamyai3 said:

Hearing the word crackdown so frequently does the authorities no favours whatsoever. It implies lawlessness and corruption to be situation normal here, plus it makes the country look like an oppressive regime to tourists. In most countries police do their jobs quietly without grandstanding or publicly finger pointing, and crackdowns would only apply in exceptional circumstances in the wake of a crime wave. Any repeated or ongoing crackdowns just showcase their long term ineptitude. 

Well at least it gives them something to do - you know, grandstanding, photo 'ops, lunching, chit chat, comparing bank balances (the dodgy ones) etc, so not a complete waste of time to them - only to Thailand and proper policing, but no problems -that's not their job anyway. 

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On 7/11/2019 at 1:08 PM, jabis said:

Interesting - importing garbage to Thailand - wonder which country would it be that ships it's crap to Thailand 🤔

Ah ! Maybe all the Indians in Patts. are from the garbage ships.

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8 hours ago, lamyai3 said:

Hearing the word crackdown so frequently does the authorities no favours whatsoever. It implies lawlessness and corruption to be situation normal here, plus it makes the country look like an oppressive regime to tourists. In most countries police do their jobs quietly without grandstanding or publicly finger pointing, and crackdowns would only apply in exceptional circumstances in the wake of a crime wave. Any repeated or ongoing crackdowns just showcase their long term ineptitude. 

As I try to point out frequently here, with arguments from others on TV

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