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More bungling as six out of seven pick-ups escape Prachuap Khiri Khan police

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More bungling as six out of seven pick-ups escape Prachuap Khiri Khan police

 

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PRACHUAP KHIRI KHAN: -- Police in Prachuap Khiri Khan who had information that seven pick ups were on their way carrying pirated goods from Malaysia managed to stop just one in the convoy.

 

The other six managed to flee the scene of the arrest at the Bon Nork crossroads and drive off in various directions. Calls to nearby stations failed to find them, reported Thairath.

 

One Isuzu was stopped and was loaded with 60 bottles of fake booze and 8,148 fake brand name watches. The haul was worth 10 million baht.

 

Driver That Rangthakerngphan from Hat Yai said that her had been hired for 7,000 baht to deliver the merchandise from Malaysia to Bangkok. He was also given 6,000 baht petrol money.

 

This was the seventh time he had made a delivery of this nature.

 

He was charged with illegal importation of pirated goods.

 

Source: Thairath

 
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Meatloaf sings that 2 out 3 ain't bad, but 1 out of seven, this is very bad..

wonder if those who escaped were just given the chance to do so for

the payola....

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45 minutes ago, ezzra said:

 

Meatloaf sings that 2 out 3 ain't bad, but 1 out of seven, this is very bad..

wonder if those who escaped were just given the chance to do so for

the payola....

Kinda like that red shirt leader who was helped out a hotel window while the police were coming in the front door?  That was hilarious.

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Where they go???

Ohh they went that way :cheesy:

The Thai police ask people not to tarnish their image.

They dont need help, they are managing well on their own.

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Every day, something new to laugh at. These guys could be their own reality show. "BiB Boys, BiB Boys - Whatcha gonna do?"

 

If nothing else, They could make enough content for a hilarious website. Operated outside of Thailand of course. 

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Wasn't there a news article yesterday about the police suing 4 individuals for defamation after accusations of not performing their job properly?

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Every day, something new to laugh at. These guys could be their own reality show. "BiB Boys, BiB Boys - Whatcha gonna do?"

 

If nothing else, They could make enough content for a hilarious website. Operated outside of Thailand of course. 

Already been done. Keystone Cops. Ah, yes, per the previous post!

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And the BIB have the balls to charge the academics with defamation for criticising their performance???? Case closed!!!

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I don't understand the concern with fake watches. Anybody that pays $20 for a ROLEX cannot really believe they are getting the real thing. Also ROLEX hasn't lost a dime because people that buy $20 ROLEX's  would never buy $5000 one.

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Ehm, really believe that they are really that incompetent ?  More like they are getting a cut of profits and stopping one was purely a gesture to warn them that they expect payment.  Even Thai cops could not be that stupid - or could they ?

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12 hours ago, wxpwzrd said:

Every day, something new to laugh at. These guys could be their own reality show. "BiB Boys, BiB Boys - Whatcha gonna do?"

 

If nothing else, They could make enough content for a hilarious website. Operated outside of Thailand of course. 

That can be arranged if you want

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