Sections: CrimeExpatsPhuket

Blacklisted Chinese and Bangladeshi arrested in Phuket

A blacklisted Chinese and Bangladeshi man have been arrested in Phuket.

The Chinese man, Xie Daijiang, whose former name was Xie Dajiang, was arrested for using fake documents 6 years ago. He has been blacklisted to re-enter Thailand for 100 years.

He had merely changed his name by adding the letter ‘i’ before submitting for his new passport. After that he entered Thailand again via the Phuket International Airport on a tourist visa.

Meanwhile, a Bangladeshi man, Md Ziaul Hoque, whose former name was Md Arian Hoque, has been arrested over illegally working in Thailand 5 years ago. He has been now been blacklisted from entering Thailand for 100 years.

He changed his middle name before submitting for a new passport. He tried to enter Thailand again via Suvarnabhumi Airport on a NON-O visa.

Their visas will be revoked and they will be deported. We look forward to welcoming them back in 2119.

This post was last modified on June 21, 2019 2:18 pm

Kritsada Mueanhawong

collecting news

Published by

Recent News

Anti-Corruption Commission official sentenced for pointing loaded gun at taxi driver

A National Anti-Corruption Commission senior official was sentenced by the Criminal Court to 1 year…

October 20, 2020

Some tourism officials concerned with political climate, ask government to open dialogue

In the midst of Thailand reopening its borders to foreigners on the Special Tourist Visa,…

October 20, 2020

Thailand News Today | Media censorship, Thai parliament to meet, STV flight arrives | October 20

Thaiger News, posted daily around 5pm, Thai time, with all the latest updates, news and…

October 20, 2020

Thanks for the COMMENTS, but…

The Thaiger website is now receiving around 300 - 500 genuine comments a day (plus…

October 20, 2020

10 international airlines now offer flights to Thailand

With Covid-19 travel restrictions - slowly - easing up, 10 international airlines have started selling…

October 20, 2020

Man arrested for growing 108 cannabis plants in Samut Prakan

Police arrested an Argentinian man for growing cannabis at his house in Samut Prakan, just…

October 20, 2020