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Thai woman, 23, ripped off dozens of men in vehicle scams, say police

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

bail was denied as the crimes against her are collectively so serious and she represents a flight risk from Thailand.

Ah well, she should have murdered a cop with one of the cars; then it would have been not so serious and she would not represent a flight risk...

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3 hours ago, steven100 said:

this is how stupid thai law is when it comes to ripping off possessions from farang. 

absolutely disgusting ....  imo

I agree; however the topic says she did this to 'Thai Men', in the title of the topic I mean.

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You would have thought a large swathe of vinyl and a few pointing sticks with this story or is that just the reserve of farang crims 🤔 

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Just now, sammieuk1 said:

You would have thought a large swathe of vinyl and a few pointing sticks with this story or is that just the reserve of farang crims 🤔 

 

not at all, i see far more finger pointing going on when domestic criminals are the 'accused' and victims.

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16 hours ago, jaiyen said:

So if a man puts a deposit on a vehicle in HIS name, why was she allowed to pick up the vehicle ? Did they give permission. in writing,  to the seller to release it to her ? Doubt it. 

I was going to post the same question but came to the conclusion perhaps they were in joint name as far as the dealer was concerned.

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14 hours ago, Bender Rodriguez said:

and if a farangs want to buy a car, he needs a residence certificate, etc, etc etc...

I suspect the men were all Thais...

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Sounds like she is a very popular Mia Noi.  🙂

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On 9/14/2020 at 1:01 AM, webfact said:

shop called Top Secret. 

Hidden in plain sight.....buyer beware...

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