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Italian expat on Koh Phangan arrested after 500 ecstasy pills sent to him in the post

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9 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

Viagra is my ecstasy pill. Thanks. and it does not eat your brain.

correct you have no brain to take that stuff

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6 hours ago, Old Croc said:

I'm not sure why local dealers would use mail from Europe to set someone up as another poster suggested.

Would have to agree, if the local dealers wanted to get rid of him they could have just shot him with one bullet.

Would have saved a lot on postage.

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13 hours ago, PEE TEE said:

I take half every night not for sex but it stops me falling out of the bed 

I have got an 80 year old arthritic back so take one at night so that i have something to hold on to and pull myself upright in the morning.

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He looks like a real gentleman with those big tattoos. 

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On 10/23/2019 at 1:54 AM, Isaanbiker said:

I'm sure you get them cheaper, a Euro or so, when you buy more at the right address without middlemen. 

Two friends once met those girls on the beach. The girls wanna try snort some cocaine for the first. Since my friends did not have access to any, they decided to have some fun. They invited the girls to their room and show them some white powder, that was in reality salt. They were watching the girls snorting the "cocaine" and laughing their ass off. They would ask the girls if they were feeling high and they would answer. "Ohh Yes, I can already  feel it"

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On 10/23/2019 at 4:14 PM, cmsally said:

Rather disturbing to hear that you could be arrested for something you receive in the post. Would make it unbelievably easy to set anyone up.

I was about to post "what an idiot" the Italian is - until I read and considered your post. I would have to agree. It would be very easy to set anyone up. Often we are quick to judge when we should consider all angles first.

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10 minutes ago, elektrified said:

I was about to post "what an idiot" the Italian is - until I read and considered your post. I would have to agree. It would be very easy to set anyone up. Often we are quick to judge when we should consider all angles first.

I don't see how they could charge him for possession as it seems to have never reached him. Proof of purchase? No mention made of credit card payments etc. There was a small amount of something found at his home but personally I would have an open mind on that issue.

The majority of posters seem to have found him guilty because of his appearance, so god forbid that any of us looks like we might be that way inclined. The whole concept is something that does seem a little troubling especially for those with a few enemies.

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On 10/23/2019 at 10:21 AM, giddyup said:

Who would send instant noodles to Thailand? That would raise suspicion immediately.

Somebody with mama-allergy 🤣

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On 10/23/2019 at 4:25 PM, RichardColeman said:

Sat waiting for the sad sob family story from Italy and go-fund-me page

Probably why he's not been done for importation. The meth he had on the premises is enough for the charges he's facing.

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On 10/25/2019 at 9:38 AM, cmsally said:

I don't see how they could charge him for possession as it seems to have never reached him. Proof of purchase? No mention made of credit card payments etc. There was a small amount of something found at his home but personally I would have an open mind on that issue.

The majority of posters seem to have found him guilty because of his appearance, so god forbid that any of us looks like we might be that way inclined. The whole concept is something that does seem a little troubling especially for those with a few enemies.

@cmsally You are making some valid points. But letting him go easily is not the answer either. IMHO, it would be have been more correct to monitor if he receives the parcel or picks it up from the post office after a notification and if he keeps it after opening it. That would be an acceptable effort for the police before locking someone up for many years.

Also, we have no idea why the package was intercepted. Maybe he was on the radar already?

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I don't think they will be serving Spaghetti in Thai jails. Enjoy the fish-head soup !

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