70 year previous village chief fights off daring motorcycle heist to avoid wasting valuable gold necklace

A 70 year outdated former village chief from Sriracha successfully defended his useful gold necklace towards a thief trying to steal it while both had been on moving motorbikes.
Kasem Thanyapol was on his way to purchase construction supplies when a man riding a Honda Wave without license plates approached, grabbed his 10-baht weight gold chain and tried pulling it off.
Fortunately, the valuable chain, price over 332,480 baht, was too thick to interrupt, permitting Kasem to take care of possession of it. The quick-thinking former village chief of Bangphra Moo four manoeuvred his motorcycle towards the attacker’s bike and struck the assailant’s head with an iron pipe that he had found nearby. The would-be thief, panicked by the flip of occasions, fled to Jay Park in Surasak.
Kunueng Chokpradit, a 35 12 months previous witness, heard the village chief name for help and went to assist. However, upon realising that nothing had been stolen, she advised her workers towards pursuing the thief. The local police are actually investigating the incident and plan to look at CCTV footage in an try to establish the offender.
Gold thefts in Pattaya are as common as evening turns into day. Only No risk , police caught a transwoman altering her hair colour at a salon after she robbed a Pattaya gold store.
The suspect, 30 year outdated Chuenkamol Nasingkhan, last Wednesday, stole two gold chains weighing 2 baht every from the Phet Thong Wanida jewellery store positioned in Pattaya’s Soi Nern Plub Wan at 11.20am.
In December one other international vacationer had their gold necklace stolen by ladyboys in Pattaya, Chon Buri province, eastern Thailand, at midnight. A 24 yr previous man Artem [surname withheld] of Russian nationality sought assist from officers at Pattaya City Police Station.
Thefts in Pattaya involving transgender thieves are pretty widespread in Sin City too. Late last December transgender thieves stole cash and belongings from an Indian man in Pattaya. The two thieves snatched a pockets and a cell phone from the 50 12 months old expat and restaurant proprietor on Pattaya Beach Road on December 13..

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