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German man arrested in Pattaya on Munich warrant

 

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PATTAYA: -- A German man  is the latest to be arrested by Chonburi Immigration in their "Good guys in, Bad guys out!" campaign.

 

Markus Andre, 56, was wanted by a Munich court in his native Germany.

 

Thai immigration followed his trail to the Khian Thalee building in Banglamung where he was arrested in room 608. He is being prepared for deportation.

 

The charges from Germany are believed to relate to reporting bankruptcy.

 

Also of interest to the authorities this last week was a business offering foreigners rented rooms by the month in the area called Eidelweiss Co Ltd. 

 

The company had not been reporting foreign visitors to immigration within the required 24 hours.

 

Chaiya Phapjanda, 42, a Thai man who said he was looking after the building, was fined 1,600 baht and told to follow the requirements of the law in future.

 

Sources: Chonburi Immigration A, B

 
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Reporting bankruptcy ? What exactly is that in Germany ?

 

I find it hard to believe it's much of a crime.

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6 hours ago, ukrules said:

Reporting bankruptcy ? What exactly is that in Germany ?

 

I find it hard to believe it's much of a crime.

 

"relating to reporting bankruptcy"

 

Of course proper reporting (in time) is not a crime.

"delay in filing bankruptcy petition" could be a criminal act.

(I don't know the English term)

 

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6 hours ago, ukrules said:

Reporting bankruptcy ? What exactly is that in Germany ?

 

I find it hard to believe it's much of a crime.

I believe when you file for bankruptcy, you can not leave the country until all proceedings are complete.

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He may have transferred assets overseas and fled Germany to prevent them from being seized. 

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18 hours ago, ukrules said:

Reporting bankruptcy ? What exactly is that in Germany ?

 

I find it hard to believe it's much of a crime.

Perhaps they are alleging false bankruptcy reporting which is very common everywhere.  Computer data bases are putting the hurt on folks trying to beat the bankruptcy system.:(

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2 hours ago, Deli said:

10:1, typical ratio

Thai,s never turn down the opportunity of a photo shoot...........:D

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As far as I recall debt in Germany is a criminal matter not necessarily a civil one and taken way more seriously than the UK/US

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So, the last "criminal" should have realized that Thailand isn't the right place to hide, even TH have no extradition agreement with most European countries. But obviously, it's in both interest to kick bad people out and bring them home.

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An off topic post leading a hijack of the topic has been removed and all the replies to it.

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2 hours ago, jinners said:

Yes, but they  are in Thailand and hence do NOT wish for sharia law/Halal meat everywhere or the acceptance or otherwise of rules and laws specifically muslim as has become the norm in Germany and many other european countries

Even Halal in Thailand; Look at your Snickers Candy Bar, Chinese Halal Assoc. marking. Meiji Milk, has Hala Marking on their Milk Bottles, what the hell is that ?? Control, Control even here in an 86% Buddhist Country !!

 

Gulliver's Hotel, on Soi 5, stayed there and guess what, no Bacon on breakfast buffet, why because  Muslims are taking over Soi 3, 5 and on the way to 7. They have now crossed Sukumvit and are taking much of Soi 4.

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Good Guys In, Bad Guys Out...

 

Thailand does not want anybody who can not/will not pay their bills. :gigglem:

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3 hours ago, gchurch259 said:

no Bacon on breakfast buffet, why because  Muslims are taking over

 

Bacon is not good for your health anyway so I call that progress. 

 

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"The company had not been reporting foreign visitors to immigration within the required 24 hours."

 

Not easy to follow this requirement when the Immigration Department's "extranet" secure computer server is always inoperable.

Come to think of it this computer server is "very" secure when no one can use it.

 

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