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Phuket: Ladyboy death - farang claims she jumped, mum says it was murder

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10 minutes ago, neeray said:

I wish my hearing was that good !

Why? you been taking LB back also?

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1 hour ago, RandolphGB said:

I’m sure police will get to the bottom of it. 

Not even ramasan got to the bottom of it, it seems

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37 minutes ago, LomSak27 said:

 

Am I wrong in stating, if roles were reversed, and it was the farang that took the header, this case would be wrapped up with the BIB issuing a statement that indeed it was a suicide? I think not... In fact it has happened at least two times,  that I recall. And due to my issues with premature senility,  likely means there were more.  😮

 

The perp isn't a farang (despite the thread header).

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Its very sad that most farangs do not know the rules of engagement 

vis a vis hos.

 

The first thing you do upon entering your room is make a very obvious show of removing your valuables...

wallet, ring, chain etc...and putting it in your room safe. This clearly says....all I have is now secured.

They won't steal anything after that...except perhaps your heart.

 

If a ladyboy is discovered, apologise profusely, go over to the safe and remove100-200 bit and say 'for taxi'.

 

If the boy doesnt budge, secure all sharp objects, toss them under the bed...then call reception and say

lady make problem in loom.

 

How hard is that?

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41 minutes ago, JHolmesJr said:

Its very sad that most farangs do not know the rules of engagement 

vis a vis hos.

 

The first thing you do upon entering your room is make a very obvious show of removing your valuables...

wallet, ring, chain etc...and putting it in your room safe. This clearly says....all I have is now secured.

They won't steal anything after that...except perhaps your heart.

 

If a ladyboy is discovered, apologise profusely, go over to the safe and remove100-200 bit and say 'for taxi'.

 

If the boy doesnt budge, secure all sharp objects, toss them under the bed...then call reception and say

lady make problem in loom.

 

How hard is that?

you put all your valuables in the rooms safe before you go out for the evening, only taking your phone, key and enough money for the evening, thats the most you can lose then. (roof safe not impregnable but at least items covered by travel insurance if in it and can use a spy cam clock pointed at it). As for jewellery - its stupid to take any on holiday anyway 

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7 minutes ago, DoctorG said:

Seems to me to be a likely scenario. He desperately needs the testimony of the mystery girl.

Plus the testimony of his friend who was also in the other room.

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Of course upset the family mother lose the wage earner.no more money from farangs now.she was caught and only way out the balcony.wonder how many times she got away with this.blame the farangs and hope they get something from him

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Of course upset the family mother lose the wage earner.no more money from farangs now.she was caught and only way out the balcony.wonder how many times she got away with this.blame the farangs and hope they get something from him also if u take someone to the room I agree put everything in the safe leave nothing to steal and do what u do then.take her id unless downstairs have it allready.turn her phone off continue 

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