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Posted by: sowhat
« on: May 31, 2015, 06:48:26 PM »


Kamolsanti said anyone, who spot a drunk female tourist, can call 191 and 1155 to alert police to take the tourist to her hotel

that will be easier said than done,you try telling a drunk that the party's over,and what's to stop them leaving the hotel when their escort has gone.

asuming the people arrested are guilty,what will happen to them,the victim had already returned to Britain.
Posted by: thaiga
« on: May 31, 2015, 01:58:32 PM »

here's a bit more from the nation advising anyone, who spot a drunk female tourist, can call 191 and 1155 to alert police to take the tourist to her hotel.

Kanchanaburi police chief tells entertainment venues, guides to care drunk tourists

Kanchanaburi Pol Maj Gen Kamolsanti Klubutr Sunday told entertainment venue operators and tourist guides to take special care of tourists who appeared drunk following a report that a 19-year-old Britist tourist was raped last week while she was drunk.

Kamolsanti said anyone, who spot a drunk female tourist, can call 191 and 1155 to alert police to take the tourist to her hotel

The nation
Posted by: Chimera
« on: May 31, 2015, 06:04:32 AM »

Police in Kanchanaburi on Friday admitted that a 19-year-old female British tourist was raped in the province and said two suspects had been arrested.

Pol Maj Gen Kamolsanti Klanbus, chief of Kanchanaburi police, told a press conference that surveillance camera footage led police to the arrest of two young men who confessed to the rape. The victim had already returned to Britain.

He gave no other details of the case, saying that it was sensitive and could affect tourism.

FULL ARTICLE Bangkokpost



No thoughts for the victim then, just their f****** tourism, selfish b********
Posted by: thaiga
« on: May 30, 2015, 10:36:27 AM »

Police in Kanchanaburi on Friday admitted that a 19-year-old female British tourist was raped in the province and said two suspects had been arrested.

Pol Maj Gen Kamolsanti Klanbus, chief of Kanchanaburi police, told a press conference that surveillance camera footage led police to the arrest of two young men who confessed to the rape. The victim had already returned to Britain.

He gave no other details of the case, saying that it was sensitive and could affect tourism.

FULL ARTICLE Bangkokpost
Posted by: Johnnie F.
« on: May 30, 2015, 01:27:41 AM »

British 'backpacker raped in Thailand': Teenager 'abducted and sexually assaulted by biker gang'

A British backpacker has reportedly been raped by a gang of bikers in Thailand.

The 19-year-old girl was attacked as she walked to a shop early on Tuesday morning.

The horrifying incident took place in Kanchanaburi district, west of Bangkok, according to local media.

The victim had dinner at a restaurant on Nanachart Road in Kanchanaburi on Monday night with friends, Khaosad Online reports.

She is said to have walked alone to a shop at around 1.30am on Tuesday, when a motorcyle gang abducted her and rode off.

The teenager reportedly told cops that the bikers raped her and stole her property before dumping her at a market in Mueang district.

Cops are checking CCTV for clues as to the identity of those behind the savage attack.

The rape comes after a fund was set up so the family of a British student murdered on a Thai beach can attend the trial of her alleged killers.

Full article: MIRROR


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