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Pattaya

German man pick pocketed by alleged bar girl in Pattaya

A German man told Pattaya police that a woman he believes was a prostitute has stolen his money from his pocket in Pattaya last night (July 7th). The Pattaya City Police was notified of the incident at 11:30 P.M. in Soi 13/1 Pattaya Beach Road in Nongprue, not far from the Hops Brewhouse. Full story: […]Read More

Phuket

Phuket COVID deaths include German national, woman with ALS

PHUKET: Dr Kusak Kukiattikoon, Chief of the Phuket Provincial Public Health Office (PPHO), today confirmed that the two most recent COVID deaths recorded in Phuket were that of a German national and a Thai woman suffering ALS. The news was delivered by a live broadcast this morning (June 16), resumed after more than a week […]Read More

Pattaya

German, Thai arrested for selling ‘ice’ in Pattaya

PATTAYA: Two men, German and Thai, were arrested in a sting by narcotics suppression police on Sunday night on charges of selling crystal methamphetamine. C. M. H., 59, and P. “Po Po” N., 29, a transvestite from Yasothon province, were detaind at house No 100/163 in Soi Khao Talo 5, tambon Nong Prue, Bang Lamung […]Read More

Bangkok

Elderly German monk found dead in Samut Prakan

SAMUT PRAKAN: A reclusive German monk was found dead in an set-apart house at Wat Asokaram in Muang district on Tuesday afternoon, police said. Pol Lt Col Wuthi Puthipanon, a Muang police investigator, said the discovery of the body was reported about 4pm. Full story: Bangkok Post Sutthiwit Chayutworakan BANGKOK POSTRead More

Pattaya

German expat dies from electrocution while installing a fan in

Banglamung – A German man has died from electrocution while he was installing a fan at his home in Nongprue today. Captain Pinyaluck Sinworawiwat of the Nongprue Police was notified of the incident at a house in a housing estate in Nongprue at 2:00 P.M. this afternoon (January 29th). Full story: thepattayanews.com By GoongNang(GN) The […]Read More

News

Two German nationals to enter Thailand for business without performing

Bangkok – Thailand’s Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA), chaired by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O’Cha, has approved to welcome two German nationals to Thailand for business without performing state quarantine but must be followed closely by Public Health authorities. The decision was made yesterday, December 17th, following the request of the German personnel who were […]Read More

North

German expat stabbed to death in Prachin Buri

PRACHIN BURI: A German man, 60, was found dead with a stab wound to the chest inside a rowhouse in Muang district of this eastern Central province on Wednesday morning, police said. The three-room rowhouse is about 100 metres from Bang Pakong Hotel into Soi Roman Uthit 3 in tambon Na Muang. Full story: Bangkok […]Read More