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This makes it sound like you're either very short, or were nuzzling willingly. Nothing good could result in having your name plastered across the internet in relation to this story. 
Why would I care? I have lot's of friends who are gay. What is embarrassing about two guys having sex? I don't partake but still can't see any shame in it. I see more shame in being wronged by someone and taking it meekly because you are afraid of possible but unlikely repercussions.

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1 hour ago, Wongkitlo said:

Why would I care? I have lot's of friends who are gay. What is embarrassing about two guys having sex? I don't partake but still can't see any shame in it. I see more shame in being wronged by someone and taking it meekly because you are afraid of possible but unlikely repercussions.

Good on you. But a lot of people would rather not have such a story on the internet. From unsavoury workplace gossip about being a sex tourist, a black mark on your file affecting future job applications etc, to "mummy I just found grandad on google... what's a ladyboy prostitute?", the story could bounce back in your face decades later just like the fake boobs once did.

 

The other point which I've already mentioned is you're deluding yourself if you imagine the ladyboy would get anything more than a slap on the wrist. 

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Good on you. But a lot of people would rather not have such a story on the internet. From unsavoury workplace gossip about being a sex tourist, a black mark on your file affecting future job applications etc, to "mummy I just found grandad on google... what's a ladyboy prostitute?", the story could bounce back in your face decades later just like the fake boobs once did.
 
The other point which I've already mentioned is you're deluding yourself if you imagine the ladyboy would get anything more than a slap on the wrist. 
In truth was in the pre internet days. It is probably true about the slap on the wrist but the policeman seemed very keen. The day after I was drinking with a cop in Khao San and he encouraged me to go to Nana Police. It was very upsetting because,even though wasn't a lot of money, I felt like the usual dumb tourist after a few drinks. It did ruin my holiday. If I was the OP I wouldn't care if it was 2000b or 20000b. I would do lots to get the farung bitch. I'd be straight off to the police and I still think they would be interested in getting her considering the RTP's ' Good guys In, bad guy's out ' policy.

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On 8/9/2019 at 12:41 PM, johng said:
On 8/9/2019 at 12:33 PM, BritManToo said:
No police force in the world would take action over such a small amount.
In the UK they don't even arrest shoplifters that steal less than 100 pound/Euros.

That seems quite unbelievable to me...how do business survive if everyone/anyone can just keep stealing 99 quids worth of stuff ?

there too busy investigating hate speech on social media

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2 minutes ago, thasoss said:

there too busy investigating hate speech on social media

And arresting guys trying to speak to women in the street.

(apparently that's hate too)

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11 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

And arresting guys trying to speak to women in the street.

(apparently that's hate too)

never mind speaking....looking too.

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17 hours ago, lamyai3 said:

Believe me, I'm aware of the irony, but the situation remains as I described it. The ladyboy will be back on the streets in a matter of hours. The upstanding foreigner will have their name on the net associated with a ladyboy and a red light district for all eternity. So the question for the tourist is this - what will be the repercussions of me doing the right thing and attempting to get my stuff back and the ladyboy prosecuted? Will it have effects on my marriage, family, friends and job back at home? If the police here could be expected to serve justice it might be a different matter, but we're not in Kansas anymore, Toto. 

OK, Dorothy. Get yourself a pair of red shoes, I'm sure you'll find your way home.

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