All in a day's work as Thai cops praised for looking after drunk foreign tourist Image: Thairath The much maligned Thai police force came in for some much needed praise in the Thai media for their handling of a situation at a bus stop in Sattahip, Chonburi. A concerned member of the public had called the cops after seeing a clearly inebriated tourist asleep outside Tesco Lotus. When constables Wasan and Udomchai arrived they tried to wake him but he was unresponsive. He stank of booze.
Dutch man arrested for double "revenge" murder of Thai girlfriend's mother and brother Image: Daily News Surin police suspect a 53 year old man from the Netherlands murdered his ex girlfriend's mother and brother at the family house. Witnesses saw "Rene" (name transliterated from Thai) on a rented motorcycle looking for the house of his estranged girlfriend. She had tried to get away from him and warned her mother to take care because he might come looking for her.
"Thai bar girl tricked me" cries Korean as he self-harms with knife Picture: 77Jowo A Korean man who claimed he had been conned by a Thai bar girl started cutting himself with a knife. Bathed in blood fifty four year old Jae Hoo Kim was eventually taken down when back-up arrived. Earlier Monday evening a Pattaya police patrol had been alerted to an argument near an Esso gas station in South Pattaya. Kim was arguing with a Thai woman then ran off.
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