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Published : June 08, 2013 :: 11:06:03 [ 59 views ]

Ladyboy Captured After Stealing Tourist’s Gold Necklace

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A transexual was arrested after he walked in an forcefully pulled a tourist’s gold necklace from his neck. He tried to escape by running away, but he was chased down by the German tourist.

pdn38.jpgPATTAYA – June 8, 2013 [PDN]; At 00.10 AM, Pattaya City police officers were informed that a tourist was chasing down a transexual at Pattaya beach. Police then sent out a team to investigate the incident.

When police arrived at the reported incident, police saw a tourist, who was later identified as 43 year-old Martin Freidl, a German tourist. He was in a heated fight with a transexual. Mr. Martin told the police that his gold necklace was a family gift that was passed on from generation to the next. It was forcefully ripped off his neck as he was walking along the beach. The transexual was identified as 23 year-old Chayarat Mattigo, he is now in police custody and will now be prosecuted.

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Anybody have any idea what the usual punishment is for this sort of crime?

Women are made to be loved, not understood.

 

 

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Anybody have any idea what the usual punishment is for this sort of crime?

 

You got plans .... ?

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I wouldn't wear something that valuable and significant in Australian cities, let alone In a foreign third world country such as Thailand.

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You got plans .... ?

I have a feeling the punishments are nil or very light. Like the recent LB grabbed the Russian's chain, and that LB had been nabbed before and was released, in other words fuck all. So no deterrent if go to police station, maybe spend a night at station, next day released.  

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I wouldn't wear something that valuable and significant in Australian cities, let alone In a foreign third world country such as Thailand.

Really? So which Australian cities in particular have gold chain snatchers robbing tourists and locals on the streets?

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You got plans .... ?

 

 

I have a feeling the punishments are nil or very light. Like the recent LB grabbed the Russian's chain, and that LB had been nabbed before and was released, in other words fuck all. So no deterrent if go to police station, maybe spend a night at station, next day released.

 

You forgot about the added bonus of having your full name, age and nationality plastered all over the Internet for chasing a ladyboy down Beach Road.

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You forgot about the added bonus of having your full name, age and nationality plastered all over the Internet for chasing a ladyboy down Beach Road.

 

You forget about the pic with 'you pointing at the ladyboy' in all the newspapers ... :WinkGrin1: .

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I wouldn't wear something that valuable and significant in Australian cities, let alone In a foreign third world country such as Thailand.

 

Why ?

I do it every day !

What part of Australia you talking about ?

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You forgot about the added bonus of having your full name, age and nationality plastered all over the Internet for chasing a ladyboy down Beach Road.

 

You forget about the pic with 'you pointing at the ladyboy' in all the newspapers ... :WinkGrin1: .

I think were not talking about the same thing here guys. What I'm saying is I can't see any deterrent for Thai LBs and chain snatchers if they are apprehended and just get a small fine or a wrap across the knuckles (if that) If a LB is arrested for chain snatching but a day or two later back on BR snatching chains from tourists, it indicates that fuck all punishment was dealt out following the arrest.  

 

As for tourists/farang having their names, nationalities & photos plastered over the internet. This is indeed a deterrent for most victims to report crimes, so whatever statistics exist of LB crimes on BR and WS and other parts of Patts, they must surely be woefully under the real amount of crimes committed. 

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Why ?

I do it every day !

What part of Australia you talking about ?

Right, that's what I'm asking as well.

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Really? So which Australian cities in particular have gold chain snatchers robbing tourists and locals on the streets?

 

 

 

Maybe I went a bit far. But, haven't you heard of the Indian students getting beaten up and robbed? I'd wear a valuable gold necklace if I was going to an exclusive restaurant, to look the part. But no way would I travel into Sydney city on the trains late at night, by myself with a valuable gold necklace, not only valuable in money, but something past down for generations, just asking for trouble. At least if I get approached by a gang, I can just give them my phone and wallet, which can be replaced.

 

I think robbery in Australia is really bad, I'd estimate about 40% of people i know, have at least one time in their life been robbed in physical altercations. It's one of the reasons I prefer going to Thailand bar hopping than my own home town. Just isn't safe anymore. These days you have gangs of youths (many Islander, aboriginal or middle easterners) hunting in packs, finding their easy prey. I read my local newspaper every week, in the crime report, there is at least 2 or 3 assaults with the intention to rob. And that's only Penrith, a small suburban town 70 km west of Sydney.

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Maybe I went a bit far. But, haven't you heard of the Indian students getting beaten up and robbed? I'd wear a valuable gold necklace if I was going to an exclusive restaurant, to look the part. But no way would I travel into Sydney city on the trains late at night, by myself with a valuable gold necklace, not only valuable in money, but something past down for generations, just asking for trouble. At least if I get approached by a gang, I can just give them my phone and wallet, which can be replaced.

 

I think robbery in Australia is really bad, I'd estimate about 40% of people i know, have at least one time in their life been robbed in physical altercations. It's one of the reasons I prefer going to Thailand bar hopping than my own home town. Just isn't safe anymore. These days you have gangs of youths (many Islander, aboriginal or middle easterners) hunting in packs, finding their easy prey. I read my local newspaper every week, in the crime report, there is at least 2 or 3 assaults with the intention to rob. And that's only Penrith, a small suburban town 70 km west of Sydney.

The beatings (and 1 murder) of the Indian students was a long time ago, it was a very brief spate of racial crime, the cops come down like a ton of bricks, the DPM went groveling to New Delhi on her knees begging forgiveness and promising it'll never happen again. Also, with the Indians the motive was racial not robbery.

 

Anyway, from what you say it sounds grim around Sydney.

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a friend of mine was walking down soi excite recently and had two thai males on a motorcycle sneak up behind her and rip off her neckace and took off in a matter of seconds. we asked the girl at the hotel about it and she said there is about 30 - 40 people in pattaya and that's all they do is look for necklaces to rip off. we told the girl that sold it to us on soi buakhow and she - oh -you can't wear a necklace in pattaya.I don't know what austrialia is like, but you can certainly can wear a necklace in Canada anywhere anytime.

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Maybe I went a bit far. But, haven't you heard of the Indian students getting beaten up and robbed? I'd wear a valuable gold necklace if I was going to an exclusive restaurant, to look the part. But no way would I travel into Sydney city on the trains late at night, by myself with a valuable gold necklace, not only valuable in money, but something past down for generations, just asking for trouble. At least if I get approached by a gang, I can just give them my phone and wallet, which can be replaced.

 

I think robbery in Australia is really bad, I'd estimate about 40% of people i know, have at least one time in their life been robbed in physical altercations. It's one of the reasons I prefer going to Thailand bar hopping than my own home town. Just isn't safe anymore. These days you have gangs of youths (many Islander, aboriginal or middle easterners) hunting in packs, finding their easy prey. I read my local newspaper every week, in the crime report, there is at least 2 or 3 assaults with the intention to rob. And that's only Penrith, a small suburban town 70 km west of Sydney.

Penrith is the biggest shithole in Sydney that's why. Sydney is probably one off the safest cities in the world

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a friend of mine was walking down soi excite recently and had two thai males on a motorcycle sneak up behind her and rip off her neckace and took off in a matter of seconds. we asked the girl at the hotel about it and she said there is about 30 - 40 people in pattaya and that's all they do is look for necklaces to rip off. we told the girl that sold it to us on soi buakhow and she - oh -you can't wear a necklace in pattaya.I don't know what austrialia is like, but you can certainly can wear a necklace in Canada anywhere anytime.

When in Australia I stay in Perth, I wear a gold chain all the time and never heard of chain snatching in Perth, not even at night in bar/club areas, you can get into fights easy enough but it's nothing to do with a chain around your neck. I'm actually away from Patts right now and wear my gold chain, don't think anything of it. It's really only sleazy shitholes like Patts where all this chain snatching goes on, BKK, CM, Phuket, has a bit as well, but Patts if the chain snatching capital of Thailand.

 

But if the Thai authorities really gave a shit and wanted to stop it they could stop it overnight. Sentence some cocksucker to 2 years no parole and watch chain snatching cease.

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Maybe I went a bit far. But, haven't you heard of the Indian students getting beaten up and robbed? I'd wear a valuable gold necklace if I was going to an exclusive restaurant, to look the part. But no way would I travel into Sydney city on the trains late at night, by myself with a valuable gold necklace, not only valuable in money, but something past down for generations, just asking for trouble. At least if I get approached by a gang, I can just give them my phone and wallet, which can be replaced.

 

I think robbery in Australia is really bad, I'd estimate about 40% of people i know, have at least one time in their life been robbed in physical altercations. It's one of the reasons I prefer going to Thailand bar hopping than my own home town. Just isn't safe anymore. These days you have gangs of youths (many Islander, aboriginal or middle easterners) hunting in packs, finding their easy prey. I read my local newspaper every week, in the crime report, there is at least 2 or 3 assaults with the intention to rob. And that's only Penrith, a small suburban town 70 km west of Sydney.

 

Wow really , your a fool

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Penrith is the biggest shithole in Sydney that's why. Sydney is probably one off the safest cities in the world

 

Pattaya still more safer than Sydney, when it comes to alcohol related violence. Just look at the current news in Sydney. Seems every week now someone is king hit and left for dead.

 

People do get robbed/rolled in Australia, and they wont just snatch it off you in a stealthy manner, but confront you and beat you down.

 

Anyways, back to my original point. I wouldn't wear an expensive gold necklace in Sydney on a Friday, Saturday night bar hopping. Actually I dislike necklaces all together, but that's besides the point. 

 

 

Wow really , your a fool

 

No fool like a fool that likes to get his end wet in Pattaya!

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