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PHUKET: Kathu police arrested a loan shark after he assaulted a woman who could not pay back money he had given her, police reports say.

Mr Watcharin Daduang, 39, was arrested on Thursday (July 31) in front of a tailor shop and charged him with assault and lending money with interest higher than the law allows. He was also found with a gun and ammunition on his person.

A woman who Mr Watcharin had loaned money to was assaulted on Thursday afternoon (July 31).

The woman quickly contacted police after the incident, saying Mr Watcharin had been lending her money and taking 20 per cent interest, for the past few months. When she could not pay, Mr Watcharin physically assaulted her.

This is the second incident of loan sharking this week after Tourist Police and Kathu Police arrested four loan sharking enforcers on Patong Beach this past Friday (August 1).

 

Source: http://www.thephuketnews.com/phuket-loan-shark-arrested-after-assault-on-female-47667.php

 

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Can only hope someone kicks the crap out of him

 

I wonder whether the pistol has been disabled - firing pin removed or similar. The pistol, rounds, and a magazine are within easy grabbing distance of the thug, and as best I can tell his arms are too far adapt for him to be handcuffed.

 

Such professional police work.

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Can only hope someone kicks the crap out of him

 
I wonder whether the pistol has been disabled - firing pin removed or similar. The pistol, rounds, and a magazine are within easy grabbing distance of the thug, and as best I can tell his arms are too far adapt for him to be handcuffed.
 
Such professional police work.


I can't quite figure out what that picture is. That "pistol" is misshapen, there is no pistol in the real world that looks like that. You couldn't possibly hold it in your hand. I don't know what that black stick next to it is. A magazine? Much too narrow for the butt of that plastic pistol (if that's what it is). And the little thingies lined up in front can't possible be ammunition for that thing, they're much too long. Did somebody photoshop a cartoon pistol into an actual photograph?
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Can only hope someone kicks the crap out of him

 
I wonder whether the pistol has been disabled - firing pin removed or similar. The pistol, rounds, and a magazine are within easy grabbing distance of the thug, and as best I can tell his arms are too far adapt for him to be handcuffed.
 
Such professional police work.

 


I can't quite figure out what that picture is. That "pistol" is misshapen, there is no pistol in the real world that looks like that. You couldn't possibly hold it in your hand. I don't know what that black stick next to it is. A magazine? Much too narrow for the butt of that plastic pistol (if that's what it is). And the little thingies lined up in front can't possible be ammunition for that thing, they're much too long. Did somebody photoshop a cartoon pistol into an actual photograph?

 

What's misshapen about it?  It looks like a normal pistol to me, the slide is locked open,  the grip has grooves on it to accommodate the fingers of a human hand, and the bullets look normal as well.  It's been 25 years since I played with guns, so I don't know the make of it, but it looks like a perfectly usable handgun to me.  What are you talking about? 

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Can only hope someone kicks the crap out of him

 
I wonder whether the pistol has been disabled - firing pin removed or similar. The pistol, rounds, and a magazine are within easy grabbing distance of the thug, and as best I can tell his arms are too far adapt for him to be handcuffed.
 
Such professional police work.

 


I can't quite figure out what that picture is. That "pistol" is misshapen, there is no pistol in the real world that looks like that. You couldn't possibly hold it in your hand. I don't know what that black stick next to it is. A magazine? Much too narrow for the butt of that plastic pistol (if that's what it is). And the little thingies lined up in front can't possible be ammunition for that thing, they're much too long. Did somebody photoshop a cartoon pistol into an actual photograph?

 

Looking at it, I would say it is a Glock 22.

Have used it years ago.

 

That black stick will fit in nicely to the bottom. And the gun is locked in that position to make sure there are no bullets left in the pistol itself instead of the mag.

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Can only hope someone kicks the crap out of him

 

I wonder whether the pistol has been disabled - firing pin removed or similar. The pistol, rounds, and a magazine are within easy grabbing distance of the thug, and as best I can tell his arms are too far adapt for him to be handcuffed.

 

Such professional police work.

 

What do you think James Bond (not) is gonna do. Reach forward with both hands, load one round into the barrel, hit the slide release and fire one shot backward, then get beaten to death? Or, load 7 rounds into the mag, insert that, release the slide, jump over the table, turn around and kill all 7? Holy crap, you watch too much Thai TV.

 

 

 

Why do you think they are not letting him do the famous Thai finger point - it's in case 007 is quick off the load, aim and fire. :) 
 

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