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Starting young: 12 year old responsible for a string of thefts in Sattahip
 
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Thai media reported that a 12 year old boy was in custody after a string of thefts at a temple and other properties in Sattahip, Chonburi. 
 
Bang Saray police arrived at a booth where many victims and the 12 year old named only as "A" were waiting on Wednesday. 
 
The boy had stolen 20,000 baht from female traders working at the temple and had also stolen 2,000 baht from a monk and two other monks. 
 
A 45 year old resident of the area also said he had burgled his house on Monday. 
 
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The boy admitted stealing on 6 or 7 occasions in several areas in Sattahip. He was part of a gang that included two others.
 
He was detained by the police as they awaited social services. 
 
No mention was made in the 77jowo story of the boy's parents or guardians. 
 
Source: 77jowo
 
 
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It's called entrepreneurship. Once he has completed his corruption apprenticeship he will have all the makings of being an excellent Thai politician or senior bureaucrat.

BTW he should be congratulated for stealing 2000 baht from a monk who likely stole it from someone else.

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1 hour ago, Cadbury said:

It's called entrepreneurship. Once he has completed his corruption apprenticeship he will have all the makings of being an excellent Thai politician or senior bureaucrat.

BTW he should be congratulated for stealing 2000 baht from a monk who likely stole it from someone else.

Doesn't that come under finding something that hasn't been lost yet?

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Just now, overherebc said:
1 hour ago, Cadbury said:

It's called entrepreneurship. Once he has completed his corruption apprenticeship he will have all the makings of being an excellent Thai politician or senior bureaucrat.

BTW he should be congratulated for stealing 2000 baht from a monk who likely stole it from someone else.

Doesn't that come under finding something that hasn't been lost yet?

Yeah but when the gullible donor realises it's lost - the monk as if by black magic - can waste no time pointing a Thai accusing finger at the kid.

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29 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

Yeah but when the gullible donor realises it's lost - the monk as if by black magic - can waste no time pointing a Thai accusing finger at the kid.

Levels of guilt come under different levels of pointing.

This is real guilt.

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