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CCTV footage taken in the early hours of Tuesday morning reveals a man stealing 300,000 baht cash from an illegal casino in the Din Daeng area of Bangkok. The man – who is known as “Mack Anusaoree” –  stole the money after gambling away more than one million baht, allegedly. Mack Anusaoree – “Mack Victory” – raided the gambling den on Soi Pracha Songkhro 8 armed with a gun on Tuesday morning in an attempt to steal back his losses. Sanook reports that Mack slapped the casino’s two owners – “Sia Biak” and “Sia Jack” – in the face before […]

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44 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

located just 650 metres away from the police station.

So? I've seen the RTP stand by the roadside while multiple traffic offences are committed, yet they can't see it

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Conundrum -- how can a crime be committed against something that doesn't exist?

Probably all cops in Ding Daeng will verify their is no long term gambling den in Ding Daeng, therefore it doesn't exist. 

Ahhhh   TIT 😂

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6 minutes ago, DoUKnowWhoIAm said:

So? I've seen the RTP stand by the roadside while multiple traffic offences are committed, yet they can't see it

Rose coloured glasses maybe.😅

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"Investigation into local police corruption". . . . . .  .In the Thai police corruption is so deeply embedded as to be the norm rather than the exception. What is the point of yet another "investigation" into it if nothing is ever done to root it out and stop it.

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You would think Thai people would know they are being videotaped everywhere they go. You can’t get away with anything when Big Brother is watching. 

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Clearly the push to open casinos is going to be a gold mine for the police as well as the casino operators. What benefit will there be from having Chinese gangsters operating casinos outside the law, participating in modern slavery and human trafficking whilst repatriating billions of baht to China? This is what the future holds for the country.

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14 hours ago, DoUKnowWhoIAm said:

So? I've seen the RTP stand by the roadside while multiple traffic offences are committed, yet they can't see it

Or DYKWIA they didn’t want to see. Yesterday I saw 2 police on a motorbike briefly follow 2 unlicensed school kids on a motorbike with no helmets and did nothing about it.

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2 hours ago, Pompies said:

Clearly the push to open casinos is going to be a gold mine for the police as well as the casino operators. What benefit will there be from having Chinese gangsters operating casinos outside the law, participating in modern slavery and human trafficking whilst repatriating billions of baht to China? This is what the future holds for the country.

But legal casinos aren't going to pay 'fines' for operating, are they!

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