Fake 1000 baht note: Pump attendant in Surin falls for obvious copy
Sanook reported that a female pump attendant in Surin was conned by a motorist who paid with a fake 1000 baht note. The note was folded with several others for a large fuel purchase but on closer inspection it was an obvious fake. One side looked real enough but the other was a piece of white paper just stuck on. The attendant – Aksorn, aged 28 – only noticed after going to the safe to bank the takings. The police in the Prasat district of the north eastern province are investigating. Sanook The post Fake 1000 baht note: Pump attendant in Surin falls for obvious copy appeared first on Samui Times.... If you wish to read this full breaking news headline article, Fake 1000 baht note: Pump attendant in Surin falls for obvious copy, simply click on 'Read full story' below, but 1st please give 'Phuket Hotel Deals' a 'LIKE' or 'SHARE' before you visit 'Samui Times'. Thank you
Popular Asia News Articles
- - Could Thailand become the next big higher-education powerhouse?
- - 'Baby formula ring' leads to six arrests in Australia
- - China economy: Fourth quarter growth slips to 6.4%
- - China's economy grew at slowest pace in 28 years in 2018
- - Vampire bat breakthrough shows bloodsuckers could save lives
- - Asia stocks trade higher as China says its economy grew 6.6 percent in 2018
- - Thailand Tourism Highlights for 2018
- - These are the biggest global risks of 2019
- - Asia stocks gain ahead of Chinese GDP numbers
- - Ex-Nissan Chairman Ghosn Asks for Bail, Promises Not to Flee
- Older News
- Vote! Chikungunya virus infects 121 in Surin Bangkok Post (2 days ago) - SURIN: An outbreak of Chikungunya disease, a virus spread by mosquitoes, has struck three villages...
- Vote! Flight attendant smuggled drugs in 'highly organised' ring, police say BBC News Asia (5 days ago) - The flight attendant smuggled drugs into Australia for a "highly organised" group, police say....