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Well done guys. A whole contingent of immigration and tourist police to catch a guy on 14 days overstay. With a bigger contingent you can get those on 1 day overstay. Surely someone must have report

Meanwhile; dangerous Criminals walk the corridors of power in Bangkok !

So many posters make a small thing of this again. trying to put the blame on other people and that it was too many people involved. The thing is that he was breaking the law and they cought him. Good

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11 minutes ago, Scouse123 said:

 

 

So lawbreaking is fine actually, as long as you are doing it?

 

Did you not know that tipping officials encourages and promotes corruption? 

 

Would you tip a policeman or immigration officer in Europe? No, of course you wouldn't.

 

You epitomize hypocrisy at its best.

 

You want a man who has 14 days overstay banned for five years, however, you go on your merry way like a clown tipping government officials when signs are clearly displayed with a hotline number informing you its against the law?

 

Then you give a ' wai ' and walk towards the door? Classy.......NOT!

 

 

Okey. Let´s see if you can show me the law. Two other people are, just like youy, only posting nonsense. Please be different. Show me a law that says it´s illegal for me to refuse to accept the 100 baht change they offer me in the Immigration office. In this thread it´s about a man who broke the law. I can provide you with that law. Can you provide me with the law I am asking for? Probably not, because you only want to be one in the click, that comes together on this forum and spout your BS because you are so afraid whats going to happen next time you visit an Immigration office or tries to enter the country.

So, big boy. Show me the law and provide some facts to back up what you are posting about or stop harrassing me.

 

You wrote "Would you tip a policeman or immigration officer in Europe? No, of course you wouldn't.": Again only an assumtion without any fact based information. Yes, I would as long as they not ask me for it because then it becomes a bribe. Why I do it? Because I believe they do a good work, and that good work should be recognized.

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14 minutes ago, rkidlad said:

Tipping is bribery. It’s illegal. Stop making us honest and law-abiding foreigners look bad. 

That tipping is bribery, is only your opinion. That does not make it illegal. If I am not breaking the law, I am not making anybody look bad.

If you want to continue this conversation, then show me the law you are accusing me of breaking. If not stop harrassing me. Next unfounded comment will be reported. Had enough patience with you for one day now, asking for the same thing.

I can show you the law that concerns what happened to the man in this thread. Now, now do the same thing about your accusation pointed at me or stop babbling your nonsense.

Here is the law that concerns this thread: https://forum.thaivisa.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=418808

 

Be a sport now. Stop your nonsense or show me your proof. Not only your opinion, if you wish to accuse me.

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3 minutes ago, Matzzon said:

That tipping is bribery, is only your opinion. That does not make it illegal. If I am not breaking the law, I am not making anybody look bad.

If you want to continue this conversation, then show me the law you are accusing me of breaking. If not stop harrassing me. Next unfounded comment will be reported. Had enough patience with you for one day now, asking for the same thing.

I can show you the law that concerns what happened to the man in this thread. Now, now do the same thing about your accusation pointed at me or stop babbling your nonsense.

Here is the law that concerns this thread: https://forum.thaivisa.com/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=418808

 

Be a sport now. Stop your nonsense or show me your proof. Not only your opinion, if you wish to accuse me.

Your ignorance of the law is no excuse. Stop bribing immigration officials. 

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7 minutes ago, alan grice said:

I didn’t read it closely but the last office had a notice about No Tips. Being a mean old <deleted> tips have never crossed my mind.emoji481.png


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Yes, If there is a sign in your Immigration Office that reads "No Tips", then that is an unwritten rule that goes in the office. If that exists, of course it should be obeyed, but it will still not be written in any law or amendment to the ordinary Thai Law or Immigration Act. You will find information about bribery in the regular Thai law, but that is not to be connected to a tip after a service has been given.

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11 minutes ago, mindfulness said:

When will moronic fools wake up to ‘what is law’ and ‘what is a legislative act/policy’.

 

statism the most dangerous religion in the world 

 

 

Except that statism is not recognized as a religion anywhere in the world.

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Yeah, I sincerly hope that they follow through with the full extent of the law on this guy. I also hope that they will inform of every single one doing the same in the future, so that all people that even think about overstaying or breaking the law get scared.

All these new implementations with biometric and smart car as well as harder check-ups and public reports has really cleaned out a lot of was bad and rotten in Thailand. Still some work to do, but they are on the right track. Big thanks to Immigration and their will to continue clean up and exterminate this fantastic mess of visa abuse and overstays. 👍

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IMO if all those praising or forgiving this overstayer only realised that all the cr*p we all have to go through is because of people like him (and worse) that they would think again.  I have absolutrly no qualms with him being publicly shamed or any other suitable punishment. And I would be very happy for Thai Authorities to give much more punishment to all the others - especially those who stay years - at least a few weeks in jail before deporting.  It is all these over-stayers that are the cause of all the crackdowns and Visa rules that us 'good guys' have been suffering.  Stuff 'em - lock them up for a few weeks - and then publicise it - and then maybe the ahole overstayers will stop coming - maybe.   

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Nah, they would just move on to the next rule that must be strictly enforced, TM30 probably. You ever stayed more then 1 day in another province, maybe over the weekend? No TM30? Off to jail with you!

After all immigration is a huge department that must be kept busy! [emoji1]

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