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A countdown is underway for five prominent foreign motorcycle clubs that have been operating covertly within Thailand‘s borders. This comes as the Royal Thai Police (RTP) intensifies its efforts following a successful crackdown on the infamous Outlaws Motorcycle Club in Pattaya last month. The RTP’s relentless pursuit, initiated on July 21, resulted in the arrest … …

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Thailand Police is taking a right step in the right direction. Good to hear more News on it so as this Big Bikes will come for Quick and Cheap sale for purchase.😜

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From The Thaiger news article:

'Allegedly, they demand protection fees from foreigners running businesses in these areas. In some cases, the risk escalates to abduction or murder of foreigners for monetary gains'

Now I get it - can't have anyone else demanding monthly 'fees' can we?

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Just wondering. Is it "Austrian" or " Australian" or both? First part of the article indicates "Austrian" where as the second part brings in "Australian". Is it the leader is Austrian and the one running the show is Australian? 

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These hip gangster wannabes are a pox on society. The several Australian state governments introduced anti bikie laws back in 2015. The crackdown on these vermin has meant the have had to cast their net further afield to continue on their criminal behaviour. Places like Thailand, which applies the law arbitrarily are magnets for this scum. The sooner the Thai government address this issue, the better.

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8 minutes ago, Ramanathan.P said:

Just wondering. Is it "Austrian" or " Australian" or both? First part of the article indicates "Austrian" where as the second part brings in "Australian". Is it the leader is Austrian and the one running the show is Australian? 

Four of the gangs listed have a presence in Australia. The fifth one, Vagos, I’ve never heard of. Given the amount of Australians in Thailand and its proximity to Thailand, I would suggest they are Australian. It appears they’ve taken a leaf out of the Asian mafia playbook too. Law enforcement in Australia has, for many years, been trying combat Chinese triad gangs operating in Australia who run extortion rackets directed towards Chinese expats.

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