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Hong Kong celebrity seeking the return of his valuables after Pattaya lady boy scuffle

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Just another day in Pattaya’s Walking Street in the ‘World Class Family Resort’.

Pattaya Update News is reporting that a Hong Kong celebrity approached local media this morning after failing to get his bag with watches and cash back after an altercation with a group of lady boys in Walking Street. The incident happened last Tuesday around 5am.

The case ended up in the hands of Pattaya police but he has been left confused after fines were doled out but he didn’t get his one million baht of property back.

The media report that 32 year old Vincent Chen was strolling in the red light area when a group of four lady boys approached him to give them money for a snack. He didn’t want to give them anything but eventually caved in and handed out 500 baht. This was enough for the pack (Thai media uses ‘pack’ as a collective noun for Pattaya lady boys), who demanded 1,000 baht from the tourist.

A scuffle broke out and punches were thrown.

In the confusion the bag he was carrying went missing. Mr Chen told police it contained 120,000 baht, 5,000 HK dollars (20,000 baht), a Rolex watch valued at 520,000 baht, a gold bracelet worth 400,000 baht and three phones worth 50,000 baht.

Police managed to break up the fight and fines were issued at the police station. But despite making a full report Mr Chen says he has not had his bag and valuables returned.

He says he has evidence in the form of a video of the incident. He said he remained confused as to why his valuables hadn’t been returned and he wants justice. His video evidence hasn’t been made available to the media.

A quick search of ‘Vincent Chen in Hong Kong’ on Google came up with hundreds of entries. Precisely why this Mr Chen is a ‘celebrity’ remains as elusive as his bag and valuables.

SOURCE: Pattaya Update News

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Police hunt Burmese man accused of killing Chon Buri boy

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Police in Chon Buri have launched a manhunt for a Burmese worker who is a suspect in the murder of an 11 year old boy. The boy’s body was found in a cassava farm in the province’s Sri Racha district on Sunday.

Police believe the 49 year old Burmese national known only as “Wan,” may still be hiding in Chon Buri.

The search was launched after the boy’s mother, known as “Malika,” told police that Wan had recently threatened to harm her and her son.

She told police that Wan had been dating her 62 year old mother for more than 10 years, but their relationship turned sour 2 months ago. After seeing Wan beat up her mother, she told her to leave him. When Wan found out, he threatened to hurt her and her son.

Police raided the suspect’s home but found only his ID documents. So police believe that he may still be hiding somewhere in the province. Nevertheless, police have alerted immigration authorities that the suspect may try to cross the border to Myanmar.

SOURCES: Bangkok Post | 77kaoded

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Trio arrested with 47 kilograms of marijuana they were selling on Facebook

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Pattaya police have arrested 3 people on Saturday who were caught with 47 kilograms of marijuana that they’d been selling around Chonburi and Bangkok

20 year old Nakarachai or Pon-noon, 21 year old Muay Subboonto and 20 year old Nawee Cherndecha were arrested after police received a tip-off. The enterprising trio had also been brazenly selling their ‘consumables’ through a Facebook page. To make it even easier for the police to track them down, the page was called “Seri Marijuana”.

Before you go and look for it, it’s already been taken down.

The police set up a sale through the Facebook page and when the time came for the deal, officers revealed their identity and arrested the suspects.

The suspects told police they were just lower-tier salespeople and they were given the marijuana to sell by a man they only know as “Mr. Singh”. They weren’t able to provide police with more information about their alleged employer.

They face charges related to illegal drug distribution and possession. Recreational marijuana use and dealing is still an illegal offence in Thai law.

SUORCE: The Pattaya News

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Restrictions on movement and closure of hotels in Chon Buri as Covid-19 cases rise

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The governor of Chon Buri, along with district chiefs, mayors and health personnel decided at a top level meeting yesterday on a 10 point plan to fight the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus, set to be signed and implemented today.

The measures leave any tourists still in Pattaya at the whim of hotel owners as to whether they will stay open. They include curfews measures, hotel closures, restrictions on employees leaving the province and the essential shutdown of Pattaya. No one will be able to go in or out of the resort unless absolutely necessary.

Infections in Chonburi yesterday rocketed to 61…

The new measures include…

  1. Each district sets up its own taskforce to ensure compliance with the regulations
  2. Hotels and places that resemble hotels are to close down and employees are to stay at the hotels and not leave Chon Buri. Hotels that still have guests have three days to decide whether to close down or stay open.
  3. Pattaya will be sealed off. No one will be allowed to go in or out. Checkpoints will decide on special cases.
  4. All beaches in Chon Buri are closed to any social gathering. Swimming is still allowed.
  5. Petrol stations are to close between 10pm and 5am.
  6. Some markets are ordered to close.
  7. People are asked to observe an 11pm to 5 am curfew (This appears to be superseded by the national curfew announced last night, which is effective as of today).
  8. Certain, unspecified “commercial businesses” are ordered closed.
  9. There are to be no assemblies at reservoirs.
  10. Hairdressers and barbers can remain open for haircutting only. All tattooists and nail salons are to shut.

All these regulations will apply immediately when signed by the governor, which is expected to happen today.

SOURCES: thaivisa | 77kaoded

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