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Dutch thief arrested on Samui for "GoPro" theft on Koh Tao

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20 hours ago, Thian said:

Nope, give mr Gerhardus some time in the prison first....in Holland they'll let him go immediately. he gave all of us a bad name...

Amen! Klootzaken like this make us all look bad.

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He who have made the most posters under their command gets the next promotion. 

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20 hours ago, CLS said:

Is shoplifting a reason for arrest?

I know a guy that spent one year, eight months in Samui prison for that. 

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Years ago, the first cell phone in my life was stolen. The thief used it

together with the sim card.


I called the police with a complaint, they told me to <deleted> off.
And here it is a news with a billboard .

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"Local police contacted immigration who with the help of biometrics technology traced the suspect to Nit Bungalow on Samui"

 

I guess this sophisticated biometrics technology was a simple picture of this guy since the shop had a video camera. 

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One more farang fake quality tourist that will tarnish the image of the real quality tourists

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17 hours ago, Beggar said:

"Local police contacted immigration who with the help of biometrics technology traced the suspect to Nit Bungalow on Samui"

 

I guess this sophisticated biometrics technology was a simple picture of this guy since the shop had a video camera. 

 

I am wondering if they have an automatic system for recognizing photos.

 

This biometrics system sounds so innocent. But I once saw that with face recognition and a camera system they could follow people when walking through a city. They could draw a map of places 1 person visited.

 

Connect that with the info immigration has with photos and names.  

 

Soon, security personnel and police can follow you on a monitor when you walk on the street  with the expiration date of your visa on the screen.

 

 

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