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For what seems like the gazillionth time this year, transgender thieves have stolen cash and belongings from an Indian man in Pattaya. The two thieves snatched a wallet and a mobile phone from the 50 year old expat and restaurant owner on Pattaya Beach Road early yesterday morning. The unnamed man told Pattaya police that two transgender individuals had tried to hug him after he stopped his motorbike. He said they then took his wallet which had 2,000 baht in cash, and a mobile phone that cost about 10,000 baht from his pocket before speeding away. The man told The […]

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You stopped your motorcycle, stared at them, smiled at them. So for them you are a bait. Hence they feed on you. Simple as that. Why the heck you stopped and stared at them. No one will approach any person unless there is an hint or secret invitation. I have been travelling to almost all places in  Thailand. As long as you mind your own business, no one is going to approach you for anything....

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