• 13M goes missing, Bank returns 10M and says sue for the rest.

    13 Million THB was stolen from a Grannys bank account by a bank employee. The bank returned 10 Million THB and states that if she wants the rest she’ll have to sue for it. Arunporn Wangsantiporn 83 years old owner of Krungthai Audio Company and Ratchapol Sirisakorn the leader of a group that fights for justice went to the Crime Suppression Division (CSD) on 28 November 2019 with the goal to ask for justice.

    Arunporn claimes that a bank employee stole 13,550,000 THB from her bank account. After she found out the bank returned 10M then they told her to sue for the rest of the money. The victim stated that she has been a customer at the bank since she was a young girl. Her income comes from teaching Chinese, investing in the stock market, and from her audio company.

    From being a loyal customer, the bank treats her as a VIP and gives her personal service every time she visits the bank. In the past few years, the bank employee assigned to her was the same girl, she earned the victim’s trust to a level of a family member because the girl even visited her at home with gifts.

    Credit: Khaosod
    Credit: Khaosod

    Then between the years 2015 to 2017, the girl asked her to open 3 new bank accounts at another branch. The girl was shortly after transferred to work in another branch. She came to the victim and stated that there is a new bank account with a high interest of 5.5%. The victim trusted her so she decided to open 8 more bank accounts with savings amounting to 13,550,000 THB. She handed the savings by cash directly to the girl at the Taksin Branch.

    One day she received a call from the bank manager stating someone dropped her account book at the bank. The victim thought this was suspicious as all 11 account books were with her at home. She decided to tell her child then went to check the savings amount in her accounts but instead, the history showed that there have never been any deposits into any of the accounts.

    The bank informed her in March 2018 that the said employee had stolen money from up to 5 clients and is currently in jail. The bank is willing to return 10,075,629 THB back to the victim but the remaining 3,474,372 THB does not match up to the information that they have, so they are not willing to return such amount. If the victim wants it back then she will have to sue.

    The victim revealed that currently, she is not able to sue because the case is in the evidence investigation process where the signatures are being checked whether they were forged or not. 1 year has gone by and the case still remains where it was so she decided to come and ask the CSD to help speed up the case.

    FB Caption: The victim trusted the bank employee like a family member because she brought gifts and visited the victim’s home regularly.


  • Motorbike Hit & Run on 74 year old Granny.

    This incident was shared online by Facebook user Nuynui Sirinthip who is the granddaughter of the grandma who was harmed. She captioned in the post “There is no human decency in you. Before my granny crossed the road she checked but the motorbike was driving so fast. Were you rushing to die? I don’t know if your right or wrong but you never stopped to see if my granny was ok. Are you still human?”.

    The video showed the granny standing on one side of the road. Nuynui her granddaughter was driving a white car that was approaching her. Before the granny crossed the road to the white car she looked briefly to the right and crossed the road. Suddenly a motorbike hit her with full speed. The granny dropped down to the ground. Nuynui rushed out of her car to help and other citizens in the area came running in to help as well. The motorbike never slowed down even after he hit the granny.

    Credit: Nuynui Sirinthip
    Credit: Nuynui Sirinthip

    After the post went viral, Nuynui updated on her Facebook account that her granny is 74 years old. On the date of the incident, both of them had just gone to a local clinic. After they were done Nuynui went to get the car as it was parked away from the clinic and she didn’t want her granny to walk so far. While she was approaching her granny who was waiting in front of the clinic the incident took place.

    Credit: Sanook
    Credit: Sanook

    The granddaughter admits that she was extremely angry at the moment. Mainly because the motorbike driver didn’t even slow down to see if her granny was safe. He drove away with full speed as if nothing had happened. Nuynui wishes to leave a message to the motorbike driver if he sees her post to not worry about her granny as she is recovering just fine. She also wanted netizens to stop fighting in the comment section of the video.

    FB Caption: Suddenly a motorbike hit her with full speed. The granny dropped down to the ground.


  • Granny with 80 cats hated by nieghbors.

    A granny looking after 80 cats is hated by her neighbors due to the smell floating out of her home. Banun Yamin 58 years old contacted the Satun Province Sanook News Team on her issue. She lived in the city of Satun and has been taking care of stray and disabled cats for years now, she currently has about 80 cats under her care.

    The neighbors started complaining after there were so many cats in her home stating that the smell bothered them. Some villagers went to complain to the local Damrongdhama Center stating that the house had a bad smell and caused annoyance to the neighbors. When the district came to inspect the house, they found that she had too many animals under her care which was a breach of the Cruelty Prevention and Welfare of Animal Act, B.E. 2557 (2014).

    Banun admits that she had up to 140 cats a lot have died and there are 80 cats left living with her today. Most of the cats were in desperate need, some were abandoned by their previous owners, stray cats attacked by stray dogs, hit and run cases, disabled stray cats, and many were even abandoned in front of her house cause people knew she would take care of them.

    She has tried her best to not bother the neighbors. She closes the windows all the time and has a fan connected to the top of the house that filters the air inside her house, sometimes it will let out some bad smell. She cleans up the cats’ toilets and sweeps inside every day, all the trash is placed in a garbage bag and disposed far of the neighbors. The cats live both inside the house and in the backyard.

    Credit: Sanook
    Credit: Sanook

    Banun has a friend named Suwarnnarat 52 years old that comes to her house and helps out with the cat litter every day, the friend helps carry the trash out 3 times a day so the sand remains fresh with no bad odors. Both of the grannies wish to ask for some kindness, they are not hurting the cats but taking care of them with good intentions. These cats have nowhere to go, they promise that they will always do the best they can to make the cats happy.

    The officers signed a contract with them that stated Banun had to loan some money from the bank and move the cats out with her to a new home with some land for the cats to roam in, also to protect any bad smells to bother close neighbors. The contract also states that the cat litter must be kept clean. The district will visit every 7 days to make sure that the cats are safe and clean.

    The issue is that Banun can not apply for a loan, she doesn’t know where to place the cats, and most of them will probably end up dying once out on the street. If the neighbors want the cats dead, she cant kill them. If people want her to move out or find a place to stay, then helping her find a possible way out would be a good idea instead of complaining and gossiping. All of the cats are neutered and receive veterinary care.

    FB Caption: These cats have nowhere to go, they promise that they will always do the best they can to make the cats happy.

    Source: Sanook


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