Author Topic: Briton Makes False Robbery Report Seeking Insurance Claim  (Read 513 times)

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Briton Makes False Robbery Report Seeking Insurance Claim
« on: September 04, 2014, 05:42:50 PM »
CHONBURI — A British national was arrested in the popular resort town of Pattaya this morning for falsely telling police that he was robbed by three Thai teenagers.



Jaysukh S, 48, filed a report to the Muang Pattaya Police Station early this morning claiming that three teenagers robbed him at knife-point near Soi Pattaya 2, taking his watch, mobile phone, camera, and 20,000 baht before fleeing the scene.

Police later accompanied Mr. Jaysukh to Soi Pattaya 2 to investigate the crime scene. However, CCTV footage and eyewitnesses' testimonies did not indicate that Mr. Jaysukh was in the area when the alleged robbery took place.

Doubts about Mr. Jaysukh’s testimony led police to search his hotel room, where they found all of the “stolen” items.

Mr. Jaysukh eventually confessed that he filed a false robbery report in an attempt claim compensation money for his insured items.

The suspect has been charged with giving a false crime report to police, which carries a maximum penalty of 6 months in prison.  khaosod.co.th

48 must of had a hard life
Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.
 

 



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