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Lady boy attack as Russian robbed of 150,000 baht necklace in Walking Street

 

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PATTAYA:-- Police were called to Walking Street on Saturday morning after a group of lady boys attacked a Russian man.

Twenty two year old Wihan Shisrov said he was approached by a group of four lady boys offering sexual services outside the Siam Bayshore Hotel.

He said he was not interested but then one of the group smashed him in the face with his fist.

A white gold necklace worth 150,000 baht was ripped from his neck and the assailants fled the scene.

Police are examining CCTV to get a lead in the case.

 

Source: Thairath

 

 

 
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It will be so  easy to eradicate those acts or aggressive robberies if only the

power that be would want to do so, by rounding all the LB in Pattaya and

telling them that the next time they will be blacklisted from the city and

and lengthy jail terms instead of the slap on the wrist and a 1,000 baht fine....

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48 minutes ago, fasteddie said:

Why on earth men wear jewellery beats me, and to wear it on the streets of a notoriously crime ridden dump like Pattaya is just asking for trouble.

Maybe they never came here before and didn't expect problems. Most tourist destinations are safe to visit and nothing happens to most people even here.

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I can't think of any country in the world where I'd be prepared to walk around the streets at night wearing jewellery around my neck valued at ten times the average monthly salary of the population of that country.

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2 hours ago, ezzra said:

It will be so  easy to eradicate those acts or aggressive robberies if only the

power that be would want to do so, by rounding all the LB in Pattaya and

telling them that the next time they will be blacklisted from the city and

and lengthy jail terms instead of the slap on the wrist and a 1,000 baht fine....

Will that "round up" also include  the LB`s who hold proper jobs and doesn`t engage in criminal activities ?

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47 minutes ago, chiang mai said:

I can't think of any country in the world where I'd be prepared to walk around the streets at night wearing jewellery around my neck valued at ten times the average monthly salary of the population of that country.

If, and it's a big if, the necklace was really worth 150,000. Baht...that would be much more than ten times the typical monthly wage in the area.

 

It's odd such a young tourist would have such a necklace.

 

It's odd the uniformed guys are farangs, I assume "Tourist Police" who have no authority and most often are on some power trip. 

 

I don't think Siam Bayshore would be considered Walking Street? But I guess it's possible. 

 

Is that CK tee shirt an original or Thai copy? Might be the biggest clue of all.

 

God Bless You.

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2 hours ago, fasteddie said:

Why on earth men wear jewellery beats me, and to wear it on the streets of a notoriously crime ridden dump like Pattaya is just asking for trouble.

Lets hope cctv was working to verify he had a necklass and of course he had insurance.

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