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Bangkok Police have arrested a technical who worked for Air Asia for allegedly stealing multiple pieces of electrical equipment. The thefts had been discovered after Air Asia had noticed the equipment was missing. Officials then checked CCTV and saw 27 year old Preecha Inthachai allegedly putting items in a bag. Don Muang police then arrested Preecha and searched his home and reportedly found 5 computer notebooks, 5 laptops, 4 portable hard disks, and 30 undisclosed items. Officials say Preecha has been stealing equipment since early July and selling them on Facebook. He had reportedly been working on the electrical equipment […]

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12 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

Don Muang police then arrested Preecha and searched his home and reportedly found 5 computer notebooks, 5 laptops, 4 portable hard disks, and 30 undisclosed items.

My bird tipped Strongbow over my Notebook one night ..

It was a cider attack .. 

By all accounts someone who tealeaf's computers and stuff is a technosexual .. today's interesting titbit for ye'z .. 

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6 minutes ago, Dedinbed said:

My bird tipped Strongbow over my Notebook one night ..

It was a cider attack .. 

By all accounts someone who tealeaf's computers and stuff is a technosexual .. today's interesting titbit for ye'z .. 

Did she just want some digits pressed in cider?

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