Twisted tale of chubby-chasing bike thief ends in jail suicide

The chubby-chasing motorcycle thief, who used a dating app to focus on victims and steal their motorcycles, reportedly dedicated suicide whereas in custody at Sam Kork Police Station in the central province of Pathum Thani.
The deceased prisoner, Pacharapon, was arrested in Ayutthaya province on Monday, September 25 earlier than officers transferred him to Sam Kork Police Station in Pathum Thani, the place the 29 12 months old dedicated the crime.
Pacharapon was charged with theft. He used the dating app Omi to strategy chubby ladies and lure them to satisfy him in person to steal their motorbikes. Pacharapon admitted to his actions, claiming that he had to commit thefts to make a living as a end result of he couldn’t get a job because of his criminal report.
Pacharapon was briefly detained at Sam Kork Police Station whereas he awaited the authorized process to be transferred to jail.
Sadly, police officers discovered his lifeless body in the prison yesterday. According to the police, Pacharapon used some string from his trousers to hang himself from the prison’s iron bars.
The police then reported his demise to the rescue group to take the physique to the Central Institute of Forensic Science for an autopsy.
According to Pacharapon’s earlier confession, it appears that he might have made the excruciating decision to commit suicide out of concerns for his post-release future. For former inmates in Thailand, finding gainful employment after serving their sentences, particularly inside the civil service sector, poses a big problem.
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ORIGINAL STORY: Hefty heartbreak: Thai chubby chaser’s twisted dating ways in bike theft

Police arrested a chubby-chasing Thai man who confessed he used a dating app to lure fat-bottomed women into going out with him so he could steal their motorcycles. The thief confessed that chubby women were his major goal as he believed they were low on vanity and simpler to impress in individual.
Police Cyber Taskforce Division 5 (PCT5) carried out an intensive investigation following a surge in reviews and a pattern of comparable operations in Pathum Thani province, close to Bangkok. These instances revealed the deceiving processes.
Stunning and felony investigation trainees searched for the suspect for every week however their efforts bore no fruit.
The essential tip-off came yesterday, September 25, when a chubby Thai girl reported to police that a Thai man arranged to satisfy her via a dating application and stole her bike after they met at a hotel in Pathum Thani province.
Officers tracked down the suspect and located him ready for a minibus by the side of the street in Bangkok’s Chatuchak district. As the officers have been about to cross the road to arrest him, the person managed to get into the minibus and escape the scene.
Officers then hopped onto motorbike taxis and followed the person carefully on Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road and efficiently arrested him in Bang Pa-In district, Ayutthaya province.
Accused confesses to crime

The alleged suspect was recognized as Pacharapon, who openly admitted to his deceitful chubby-chasing activities. He confessed that prior arrests for fraud had left him unemployed, and resorting to theft became his only means of survival. He added that he was additionally addicted to medication and gambling.
Pacharapon confessed that he used the relationship app Omi to method his victims. He solely targeted chubby ladies because he believed that plus-size ladies had decrease expectations of a man, making it simpler for him to progress the connection.
Pacharapon mentioned he often organized the meeting at Bot Temple in Pathum Thani province as a end result of he needed to make a advantage earlier than committing unhealthy karma.
Pacharapon admitted to stealing motorbikes from many victims however couldn’t tell officers an actual variety of what quantity of he had stolen. When he was with the victims, he would fake to borrow their motorcycles for a personal pressing matter. Then, he would leave victims waiting for his return on the scene.
Pacharapon revealed that he usually bought the stolen autos to a person within the central province of Supha Buri. After studying of the placement, police in Suphan Buri province conducted a raid and found that several autos have been within the process of being shipped out of Thailand.
A further investigation into the unlawful export of the motorcycles would be performed. Superintendent of PCT5, Teeradate Thamasutee, revealed that officers had obtained plenty of evidence and witnesses to the transitional crime but he could not reveal particulars presently.

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