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Man falls asleep while allegedly robbing a home in Phetchabun – VIDEO

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A 22 year old man was arrested on burglary charges after the homeowner found him asleep in his daughter’s bed at his home in the central province Phetchabun. Apparently, the man had broken into the house at around 2am, but felt sleepy, so he turned on the air conditioner and laid down on the bed, Thai media reports.

When the homeowner, who happened to be a police officer, woke up in the morning, he noticed the air conditioner for his daughter’s bedroom was running. His daughter wasn’t home, so he looked in the window to check and saw the man wrapped in a blanket, sleeping on his daughter’s bed.

He yelled at the man to wake up. Thai media says he appeared to wake up still drowsy and puzzled. The man faces charges of burglary and trespassing.

แอร์เย็นจัด! โจรเข้าไปขโมยของเผลอหลับในห้อง

แอร์เย็นจัด! โจรเข้าไปขโมยของเผลอหลับในห้อง
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วันที่ 22 มี.ค.2564 เวลา 09.00 น. พ.ต.ท.ปริญญา ภารไสว รองผู้กำกับการป้องกันปราบปราม สภ.วิเชียรบุรี อ.วิเชียรบุรี ได้รับแจ้งมีคนบุกรุกเข้าไปขโมยของที่บ้าน ม.2 น้ำร้อน อ.วิเชียรบุรี จ.เพชรบูรณ์ ซึ่งเป็นบ้านของ ดาบตำรวจศักดา เจียมประเสริฐ เจ้าหน้าที่ตำรวจ สภ.วิเชียรบุรี
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โดยผู้ก่อเหตุได้นอนหลับอยู่ภายในห้องลูกสาวเจ้าของบ้าน จึงนำกำลังเจ้าหน้าที่ตำรวจรุดไปตรวจสอบ พบคนร้ายนอนอยู่ภายในห้องนอนที่เปิดแอร์เย็นฉ่ำ ห่มผ้าหลับสนิท เจ้าหน้าที่ตำรวจจึงได้ตะโกนเรียกและปลุกให้ตื่น ปรากฏว่าคนร้ายก็ตื่นขึ้นมาในอาการที่งัวเงียและงงกับสิ่งที่เกิดขึ้น จึงได้ควบคุมตัวพร้อมของกลางคืออุปกรณ์ช่างจำนวน 1 ชุด
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จากการสอบสวนทราบว่าคนร้าย คือนายอาทิตย์ กินขุนทด อายุ 22 ปี ให้การว่าช่วงเวลาประมาณ ตีสองที่ผ่านมาได้ตระเวนออกงัดบ้านเพื่อขโมยทรัพย์สิน แต่ไม่สามารถงัดได้ กระทั่งมาที่บ้านหลังนี้สามารถงัดเข้าไปในห้องนอนได้ แต่ตนรู้สึกง่วงนอน จึงได้เปิดแอร์กะว่าจะนอนพอให้หายง่วงนอน แต่ก็หลับเตลิดจนเจ้าของบ้านและเจ้าหน้าที่ตำรวจมาปลุก เจ้าหน้าที่ตำรวจจึงได้แจ้งข้อหาลักทรัพย์ในเคหะสถานในเวลากลางคืนบุกรุกในเคหะสถานในเวลากลางคืนและทำให้เสียทรัพย์
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ด้านดาบตำรวจศักดา เปิดเผยว่าตนตื่นมาตอนเช้าสังเกตว่าแอร์ห้องของลูกสาวเปิดอยู่ซึ่งผิดปกติ เพราะลูกสาวไปอยู่ต่างจังหวัด จึงได้ย่องไปดูที่หน้าต่างก็พบว่ามีคนร้ายนอนห่มผ้าห่มหลับสนิทอยู่บนที่นอนลูกสาว จึงได้โทรแจ้งเจ้าหน้าที่ตำรวจ สภ.วิเชียรบุรี ให้มาช่วยกันจับกุมและควบคุมตัวไปดำเนินคดีตามกฎหมายต่อไป

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Posted by ข่าวเวิร์คพอยท์ 23 on Monday, March 22, 2021

 

SOURCE: Thairath

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5 Comments

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    Michael Hunter

    Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 11:30 am

    Another “Dumb Crook Story”

    Love it!

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    Craig

    Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 12:15 pm

    555. It’s not surprising, surprisingly.

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    Van

    Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 6:24 pm

    But he didn’t steal anything

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    Gordon

    Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 10:50 pm

    @Van Apart from a few winks.

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    toby andrews

    Friday, March 26, 2021 at 10:11 pm

    Yes burglary is tiring work.

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