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If you knew a little about history, you would know that Australia wasnt called Australia until the first white man got there, . So to state that only aboriginies are original Aussies is rubbish and not factual.

be a different story if they had won a few gold medals wouldn't it - you'd be painting your face with a southern cross wrapping yourself in a flag & running naked through the streets!

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Lebanese Aussies are just as much Aussies as the convicts who were deported there between 1788 and 1868

Abdul Karim El Rajab, Zeidan Nouha

very Australian names

The convicts were transported to Australia and other places, not deported.

This pair have committed no crime (in this instance anyway) in Australia, so there is likely very little the Australian police can do. However I can almost guarantee they are now registered on insurance databases and will be watched very carefully in case of future claims or applications for insurance. They might even have any previous claims looked at again in light of their activities in Thailand.

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Amazing the numbers of posts teinted with racism in this thread. If i remember well the most profitables scams are made by guys like Madoff for exemple...not really a middle east name ...His scam made much more damage than an insurance false statment. Or the Viktor Bout case, who sold thousands of weapons,...

As soon as a name sounds arabian he is representative of a whole community for you?

Oh and by the way Lybia, Irak, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Indochina,...all those wars for oil or geo strategic positions in the name of "democracy".... So yes those two scums deserves to be deported..But not forget where YOU come from and WHERE you live right now....I am quite sure many thais think the farangs make a lot of trouble in their country too....

If you re racist please keep your poor comments for you

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One thing I've never understood is why in the past, have I heard one or two of my fellow Brits and 1 or 2 Aussies moan about immigrants coming to live in their country and at the same time these same people are immigrants here in Thailand !!!!

What's the the Thai word for 'hypocrite'?

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The convicts were transported to Australia and other places, not deported.

This pair have committed no crime (in this instance anyway) in Australia, so there is likely very little the Australian police can do. However I can almost guarantee they are now registered on insurance databases and will be watched very carefully in case of future claims or applications for insurance. They might even have any previous claims looked at again in light of their activities in Thailand.

Cheers

Wrong they attempted to defraud there Australian insurance company,which they did and where fined and deported for the crime .......who i should imagine are in Australia,how do you think these insurance scams are tracked down especially holiday insurance?

Many people are investigated by insurance company's on return from there travels after making claims to see if they are legitimate often many are not and the insurance company can prosecute.

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Get used to it, people, I feel the same when gypsies are being called Romanians. Some idiots go as far as asking me how come I'm Romanian and white!?

That is a big problem!! In Austria, where I am from, a lot Roma (the Gypsies) come in and make big problems. But in the newspaper you don't read Roma, you read Rumaene. Which means Romanian. The political correct tell it would be racist to tell Roma did it.

So the usual Austrian (but same in France, Germany, Hungary) is very scared of Romanians. But in fact it is the gypsies which just happen to stay in Romania.

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Wrong they attempted to defraud there Australian insurance company,which they did and where fined and deported for the crime .......who i should imagine are in Australia,how do you think these insurance scams are tracked down especially holiday insurance?

Many people are investigated by insurance company's on return from there travels after making claims to see if they are legitimate often many are not and the insurance company can prosecute.

Can you point to the part in the OP where it says they filed an insurance claim?

Oh, that's right - it doesn't.

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Lebanese Aussies are just as much Aussies as the convicts who were deported there between 1788 and 1868

Abdul Karim El Rajab, Zeidan Nouha

very Australian names

There's a similarity between America and Australia. The only difference is that the first 'white' Americans weren't prisoners....jap.gif

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The convicts were transported to Australia and other places, not deported.

This pair have committed no crime (in this instance anyway) in Australia, so there is likely very little the Australian police can do. However I can almost guarantee they are now registered on insurance databases and will be watched very carefully in case of future claims or applications for insurance. They might even have any previous claims looked at again in light of their activities in Thailand.

Cheers

Wrong they attempted to defraud there Australian insurance company,which they did and where fined and deported for the crime .......who i should imagine are in Australia,how do you think these insurance scams are tracked down especially holiday insurance?

Many people are investigated by insurance company's on return from there travels after making claims to see if they are legitimate often many are not and the insurance company can prosecute.

The weakness in your case is that they did not get far enough in the process; they reported to the police that they had been robbed in order to get a crime report as evidence in their claim. They didn't make the claim so there is no offence against the Australian company. The insurance company at best will "blackball" them

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Wrong they attempted to defraud there Australian insurance company,which they did and where fined and deported for the crime .......who i should imagine are in Australia,how do you think these insurance scams are tracked down especially holiday insurance?

Many people are investigated by insurance company's on return from there travels after making claims to see if they are legitimate often many are not and the insurance company can prosecute.

Can you point to the part in the OP where it says they filed an insurance claim?

Oh, that's right - it doesn't.

The two Australian tourists on holiday in Phuket who were charged with filing a false robbery report last weekend have been deported, the Phuket Immigration Office has confirmed.<br style="color: rgb(28, 40, 55); font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px; background-color: rgb(250, 251, 252); "><br style="color: rgb(28, 40, 55); font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px; background-color: rgb(250, 251, 252); ">The Australian couple, Abdul Karim El Rajab, 31, and Zeidan Nouha, 30, were arrested for filing a bogus report of being robbed in Patong last Sunday.<br style="color: rgb(28, 40, 55); font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px; background-color: rgb(250, 251, 252); "><br style="color: rgb(28, 40, 55); font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px; background-color: rgb(250, 251, 252); ">Police believe the couple filed the report with the aim of filing a fake insurance claim.

Always one pedant isn't there.rolleyes.gif

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Can you point to the part in the OP where it says they filed an insurance claim?

Oh, that's right - it doesn't.

Read the original news report ..

"In their confession, the couple admitted to creating the bogus robbery in order to get the proper documents needed to file a claim with their insurance company, Lt Col Thammasak said."

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The convicts were transported to Australia and other places, not deported.

This pair have committed no crime (in this instance anyway) in Australia, so there is likely very little the Australian police can do. However I can almost guarantee they are now registered on insurance databases and will be watched very carefully in case of future claims or applications for insurance. They might even have any previous claims looked at again in light of their activities in Thailand.

Cheers

Wrong they attempted to defraud there Australian insurance company,which they did and where fined and deported for the crime .......who i should imagine are in Australia,how do you think these insurance scams are tracked down especially holiday insurance?

Many people are investigated by insurance company's on return from there travels after making claims to see if they are legitimate often many are not and the insurance company can prosecute.

From the headline of the post we have "PHUKET: -- The two Australian tourists on holiday in Phuket who were charged with filing a false robbery report last weekend have been deported, the Phuket Immigration Office has confirmed"

Pretty clear that they failed at the filing police report step, and nothing mentioned about actually filing an insurance claim, though police surmising this was the plan is mentioned.

Cheers

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Wrong they attempted to defraud there Australian insurance company,which they did and where fined and deported for the crime .......who i should imagine are in Australia,how do you think these insurance scams are tracked down especially holiday insurance?

Many people are investigated by insurance company's on return from there travels after making claims to see if they are legitimate often many are not and the insurance company can prosecute.

Can you point to the part in the OP where it says they filed an insurance claim?

Oh, that's right - it doesn't.

The two Australian tourists on holiday in Phuket who were charged with filing a false robbery report last weekend have been deported, the Phuket Immigration Office has confirmed.<br style="color: rgb(28, 40, 55); font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px; background-color: rgb(250, 251, 252); "><br style="color: rgb(28, 40, 55); font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px; background-color: rgb(250, 251, 252); ">The Australian couple, Abdul Karim El Rajab, 31, and Zeidan Nouha, 30, were arrested for filing a bogus report of being robbed in Patong last Sunday.<br style="color: rgb(28, 40, 55); font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px; background-color: rgb(250, 251, 252); "><br style="color: rgb(28, 40, 55); font-size: 13px; line-height: 19px; background-color: rgb(250, 251, 252); ">Police believe the couple filed the report with the aim of filing a fake insurance claim.

Always one pedant isn't there.rolleyes.gif

Gee ............. how does filing a report with Thai police translate into attempting to defraud an Australian insurance company?

If being a pedant means getting it right (rather than making wild assumptions) I plead guilty. :lol:

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