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Kind Thai "woman" ends up stealing from handicapped German tourist

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3 hours ago, 4MyEgo said:

looking for something to eat, hence the reason he said when he went to pay, his money was missing, hmmm, I don't buy his story !!!

Unless he agreed to do the washing up, I am surprised he had to walk to the station rather than be arrested at the restaurant in that case

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5 minutes ago, Jimbo2014 said:

Hub of human depravity 😡

Hub! I think I can name a few European Cities where I would feel less safe. No knife needed for this theft.

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Who knows what time it was? He was at a restaurant....

anyway it’s all guesses isn’t until the video shows...

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"police hoping CCTV will help to solve the case"

THATS if the cctv WAS WORKING ????!!!

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9 hours ago, webfact said:

Three thousand baht in Thai money had been lifted from his pocket and he thought it must have been the person who came to his aid. 

'Thought' being the operative word.  If the money was so easily lifted - and no mention of a wallet being lifted - then it could have easily have fallen out of his pocket.  I'll defer judgement on this occasion, which seems fair. 

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9 hours ago, worgeordie said:

But did she look like a woman,stealing from a handicapped person,

that's about as low as you can get.

regards Worgeordie

Would've been lower had the thief stole the crutches .......

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9 hours ago, webfact said:

The victim - who needs two crutches in order to walk due to problems with his weak legs

Have to say, his legs do not look "weak" or atrophied to me in the photo. 

Medical diagnosis needs to be displayed for me to believe this.

Keep money in front pocket and you will always know if a hand is reaching in.

10 hours ago, webfact said:

person who accosted him was "dressed as a woman". 

Wow - with that description am sure police will find the culprit

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7 hours ago, BritManToo said:

If a local touches or bumps you, assume you're being robbed and grab your wallet.

Works for everywhere in Asia.

I'm sure you mean the whole of the world. 

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On 12/3/2019 at 4:41 AM, colinneil said:

This thread is turning into ....Bash the disabled man, stop it, not funny.

In his situation, he should not have been out and about at 1 in the morning, just looking to be robbed.

99% of Thai people are always ready to help the disabled, sadly a few see the disabled as easy targets.

@colinneil  I take and appreciate your point, being aware of your situation. (Respect)

However, it's more like "Bash the naive idiot" whether he was disabled or not.

Pattaya, early hours of the morning, requires one to have their wits about them - even being a little drunk can result in a similar incident if care isn't taken.

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