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Fury On Facebook Over Giggling Singaporean Shoplifters

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A group of young tourists from Singapore have come under fire on Thai social media when photos of them laughing and joking after they were caught shoplifting in a Bangkok mall went viral.

Two young women in the group were caught on camera stealing items from the ‘My Friday Shop’ on the fourth floor at Platinum Fashion Mall in Pratunam on Friday, with the owner reporting the incident to mall security.

The Singaporean shoplifters were seen on CCTV leaving the mall at around 12.45pm with their photos being widely shared on the “Love Platinum” Line group.

An hour later a group member posted she had spotted them at MBK and the owner of ‘My Friday Shop’ rushed there in the hope of catching the pair.

Singaporean Shoplifters

After searching for almost an hour they were finally spotted and approached. The shop owner confronted the two women and they all went to the MBK information counter in a bid to resolve the issue.

However, the shop owner said the stolen items were then passed to the two young men in the party who tried to walk away but were prevented from doing so by a helpful security guard.

After 30 minutes of accusations and denials the cops were called with all involved told to return to Platinum Fashion Mall where in-house security would oversee the case.

Singaporean Shoplifters

After another hour of more denials the two women eventually agreed to pay 5,000 baht to the shop owner if she didn’t file a police report.

The outrage came from Facebook users with the photos taken by mall security of the women posing with the stolen items laughing and joking like it was a big joke.

Singaporean-Shoplifters

The most popular insult fired at the two young women… “bitches” and not a pointing pic to be had either.

Photo Credit: Auk Thanima

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Monkeys Attacking People In Lopburi

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Monkeys are rampaging through Lopburi overrunning the streets, climbing on cars and stealing from people.

The primates roam freely in the city where there are an estimated 6,000 of them in a population of just 70,000 people.

Hundreds of tourists used to visit the area every day to feed the monkeys but the Covid-19 travel ban introduced in March has stopped their source of food.

Following the drop in visitors, footage emerged showing the primates getting into a mass brawl over bananas after the supply dwindles. Since then, they have been given sugary snacks and junk food by locals but the diet has made them breed faster and many have become violent.

Video from June 26 shows the animals attacking locals, stealing a boy’s face mask, grabbing food from passing cars, fighting and invading a local shop.

The fearless species rules the streets around the Prang Sam Yod temple in the centre of Lopburi, patrolling the tops of walls and brazenly ripping the rubber seals from car doors.



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Tak Residents Seeing Double

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Dozens of photos taken in Tak province of 2 identicals signs erected side-by-side have gone viral with people demanding to know why public money had been wasted during such difficult times.

The identical road signs appeared in Ruam Thai Pattana, a sub-district of Phop Phra, over the past week with local residents thinking they were seeing double.

Tak Residents Seeing Double

The photos were soon being shared in huge numbers with social media users asking why public funds had been squandered on new signs when the old ones looked just fine.

The provincial office responsible for signs had yet to make a statement but it better be a good one because the masses are most upset due to the current crisis caused by the COVID-19 situation.

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Biker Clotheslined By Builders Carrying Girder Across A Road

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The painful moment a motorcycle rider was clotheslined by workers carrying metal girders across the road caught on CCTV has been doing the rounds on social media.

The man was travelling along the highway in Narathiwat, southern Thailand on June 3 when the unexpected hazard emerged in his path.

CCTV footage shows the two builders holding the long metal bars as they wait for vehicles to pass.

However, while there were halfway to the other side a motorcycle came hurting towards them and failed to notice the construction equipment.

The worker at the back tried lifting the bar at the last second before impact but it was not enough to prevent the motorcycle rider from being clotheslined.

The injured motorcyclist was checked by the workers who called an ambulance and visited him at the hospital.

The police said the injured motorbike rider and the builders would have to discuss the accident and sort out any compensation between themselves.

Police Colonel Suthavet Thareethai said: “I have watched the video of the crash and it’s quite clear that it was an accident.



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