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Man allegedly steal employer’s Mercedes in retaliation for mistreatment; family returns car later, Ayutthaya arrest still follows


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Yesterday morning in central Thailand, Ayutthaya Railway Police arrested a young man for allegedly stealing his employer’s Mercedes-Benz and driving off to Hat Yai to have it pawned for 40,000 Baht. However, the man’s family had second thoughts about the alleged theft and returned the car a few months later. Around 10:15 am yesterday, Channarong Zainid, the Commander in Chief of the Royal Thai Police, who was joined by a team of other officers, arrested 33 year old “Wirayut”. Wirayut stands accused of stealing his employer’s Mercedes. Wirayut reportedly drove the Mercedes from Tak, a norther Thai province to Hat […]

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Pfft .. get on Grand Theft Auto and you can thieve pretending Ferrari's , buses and firetrucks .. but you might get shot or run over doing it .. 

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Weird story. Was he really aiming to sell it to someone who would take it across the border but the border is shut? Or did he think Hat Yai it would never be discovered as is Deep South? 

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