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Two men wanted over rape of Australian woman in Bangkok

 

BANGKOK: -- Police are trying to find a tuk tuk driver and another man wanted in connection with the rape of an Australian woman in Bangkok.

 

The woman, 23, told Taling Chan police that the two men raped her near a deserted building on Soi Boromratchonnanee 43 in the early hours of December 5.

 

The Bangkok Post reports investigators from the Metropolitan Police Division 7 have begun an “intensive search” for the two men.

 

Officers are also studying footage from nearby CCTV cameras and questioning locals.

 

No information was given on when the complaint was filed with police.

 
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Poor woman :sad:. Not something that anyone expects when heading off on holiday. I do hope they catch the 2 alleged culprits and punish them fully according to the law. A precedent needs to be set that it is not acceptable at all to do this wort of thing to tourists, and women in general.

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Will the establishment weigh in with comments blaming her, or have they learned their lesson...Kim?

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33 minutes ago, Katipo said:

Poor woman :sad:. Not something that anyone expects when heading off on holiday. I do hope they catch the 2 alleged culprits and punish them fully according to the law. A precedent needs to be set that it is not acceptable at all to do this wort of thing to tourists, and women in general.

Plenty of precedents set world wide....not very effective.

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35 minutes ago, Katipo said:

Poor woman :sad:. Not something that anyone expects when heading off on holiday. I do hope they catch the 2 alleged culprits and punish them fully according to the law. A precedent needs to be set that it is not acceptable at all to do this wort of thing to tourists, and women in general.

Scum. I hope they get what they deserve.

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Totally amazing how rape is an avenue for sexual satisfaction in Bangkok; perhaps if it is the thrill of  violence, they will get caught and experience more than they bargained for in prison. Catch 'em and hang 'em high.

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43 minutes ago, TerrylSky said:

Totally amazing how rape is an avenue for sexual satisfaction in Bangkok; perhaps if it is the thrill of  violence, they will get caught and experience more than they bargained for in prison. Catch 'em and hang 'em high.

 

You seem to be under the illusion that they will serve time in prison. Most of the time we never hear of a sentence for these crimes.

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Borommaratchachonanee Soi 43 -- speculation here but sounds like she may have just arrived at the Southern Bus Terminal. Otherwise I'd assume she was taken there against her will; can't think of any reason for a foreign traveler to go out there other than to catch a bus. Hope they nab the culprits.

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Nonsense post Removed - any more Blame the Victim and you will be Suspended

 

Same for the Trolling / Nonsense / Derogatory posts made in this Thread. Have something to contribute - we welcome you. Post Garbage and be Removed.

 

 

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No-one "puts themselves in a position to be raped". what an ignorant comment. Anyone who blames the female victim in any sort of rape situation is endorsing a barbaric Taliban-style view of human relationships. Stone age mentality.

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Well she has to go back home at the end of her permit to stay and then what???? she is home and have souvenirs of Thailand a very bad one she is lucky she did not get kill.

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Another nail in the coffin of Thailand tourism.


I'm surprised there is space in the coffin for any more nails! Fortunately, there is no corpse in the coffin and tourism in Thailand carries on resiliently just like it always has done.

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22 minutes ago, sandemara said:

Another nail in the coffin of Thailand tourism.

 

why?

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This was a tourist who was raped but rape is a terrible crime whoever is the victim.  Maybe if the police put as much effort into catching those responsible for the rape of local women, girls and boys then it may help us all to give them more credit.

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