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Bangkok police make huge ganja plant bust - Chinese man arrested

 

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Bangkok's metropolitan police gave the Thai press a tour of a storage depot in Soi On Nut 82 where they found more than 1,000 foreign strain ganja plants worth millions of baht. 

 

They had time to set up several vinyl boards itemising the details of the bust; one featured a policeman smiling broadly. It was a joint operation of Met 5 and the Thong Lo police.

 

Mr Woo D. B. from China was identified as running the place in league with another Chinese and three Hong Kong nationals who got wind of the bust and cut the electricity and fled. 

 

Police are attempting to weed them out. 

 

Mr Woo said that he had rented the depot for 45,000 baht a month and was selling his wares for 250,000 to 700,000 baht a kilo.

 

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Police got lots of evidence. They had an inkling something was up after the electricity bill was 70,000 baht a month, reported INN.

 

On May 3rd Thong Lo police had arrested international ganja dealer Mr Hai Y.M., 36, who had adapted a building in Ramkhamhaeng Soi 27 for the purpose of growing the drug.

 

Mr Hai informed on Mr Woo, said the media. 

 

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Thaivisa notes that controversial health minister and DPM Anutin Charnvirakul's Bhumjaithai (proud to be Thai) party rose to power in the government on a platform of legalizing marijuana. 

 

They have proposed that each household be allowed to grow six plants though this is yet to be ratified. 

 

Source: INN

 

 

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4 minutes ago, webfact said:

Police are attempting to weed them out. 

i see what you did there. 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

They had time to set up several vinyl boards itemising the details of the bust; one featured a policeman smiling broadly. It was a joint operation of Met 5 and the Thong Lo police.

"It was a joint operation" - love it 😂

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

Mr Woo said that he had rented the depot for 45,000 baht a month and was selling his wares for 250,000 to 700,000 baht a kilo.

Grossly overestimated. More likely a Max  THB 100,000 A KG  🤑

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Obvious, Thonglor not passing a big enough envelope to Met 5

You would think that Thonglor would have enough after their big win on Redbull

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......they found more than 1,000 foreign strain ganja plants .......Foreign plants......You've gone too far this time Sir Percy!

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Them plants look terrible.

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10 hours ago, webfact said:

Bangkok's metropolitan police gave the Thai press a tour of a storage depot in Soi On Nut 82 where they found more than 1,000 foreign strain ganja plants worth millions of baht. 

 

They had time to set up several vinyl boards itemising the details of the bust; one featured a policeman smiling broadly. It was a joint operation of Met 5 and the Thong Lo police.

Blaming the foreigners again 🥳 How in the hell can they identify a foreign strain. Oh but they had time to set up several vinyl boards so, it must be true... Words fail me...🙄 

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About time that we see some decent Aquaponics and hydroponics here in Thailand😳🤷‍♂️🙏🇹🇭E0B2E144-05CF-4BCE-89CF-0B71AC00E8C1.thumb.png.f5a6e991c0edce36620800c0572042b1.png

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It looks like Mr Woo did'nt have a clue ... those poor girls look so horribly frazzled

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