Finnish Tourist Gets Help Over Lost Passport And Luggage

Published on 8th May 2019 by Stickboy BKK

Finnish Tourist Gets Help Over Lost Luggage And Passport

Pattaya tourist police came to the rescue of a Finnish holidaymaker who lost his luggage, passport, cash and other valuables.

Mr Manop, manager of Grand Palazzo Hotel, alerted officers that Jussi Harri Tuokkola, 53, had sought help from the hotel as his belongings were missing.

This prompted the tourist police to work closely with concerned agencies to help him. The forgetful Finn had no cash or any documents.

Officers questioned him and obtained information that a friend of the tourist had earlier alerted police that Mr Tuokkola’s luggage disappeared. The luggage was later found and taken to Pattaya police station for the owner to claim

Finnish Tourist Gets Help Over Lost Luggage And Passport

Cops then took the tourist to Pattaya police station to collect his belongings where officers contacted Finnair to book a flight for him as the tourist used to work at the airline and had an open-ended ticket.

After everything was arranged, police accompanied the Finn to the bus terminal to board a coach to Suvarnabhumi airport.

Just how he came to lose his luggage wasn’t reported.

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