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Chitchat Latest Tiong Export - Deformed Beggars - Bangkok Flooded with Them!



Thais believed behind disfigured Chinese street beggars​

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PUBLISHED : 22 Nov 2023 at 18:17

These photos of a Chinese beggar were recently posted on the Facebook page of Kan Chompalang (in Thai).
These photos of a Chinese beggar were recently posted on the Facebook page of Kan Chompalang (in Thai).

Police will carefully vet Chinese visitors with facial and body disfiguration, as some had come here with the intention of begging on the streets, possibly organised by Thais, according to the Metropolitan Police Bureau.
Pol Maj Gen Amnat Traipote, deputy commissioner, said on Wednesday that from Nov 10-20 police arrested six disfigured Chinese beggars and fined three of them 100-500 baht.

The Immigration Bureau would blacklist the six from returning to the country for 10 years. One of them was already expelled and the others were detained at the Immigration Bureau for further interrogation, he said.

The six told police the scars on their faces and bodies were caused by fire in China. They refused to give more information.
Pol Maj Gen Amnat said some of the beggars had the same Thai translator. Two of them shared a hotel room in Wang Thonglang district of Bangkok and the four others stayed separately at other hotels in the capital.

Police had not concluded they were a part of a transnational human trafficking gang and sent the money they collected to China, he said.
Police suspected the Chinese beggars were members of a gang and Thais supervised and accommodated them.
One of the six Chinese beggars, a woman, arrived by air in June on a tourist visa. The woman later applied for online education in Thailand and sought a student visa, which extended her stay.

The six Chinese begged in crowded places and tourist destinations and cashed in on the natural sympathies of Thai people. Each earned about 10,000 baht a day, Pol Maj Gen Amnat said.

Detectives knew where the beggars exchanged coins for 1,000-baht bills, but had not found out where they turned baht banknotes into yuan.
The national police chief and the Bangkok police chief had ordered action to round up beggars, as begging was illegal.

From now on, police would be carefully checking Chinese visitors with facial and body disfiguration to prevent them from begging, Pol Maj Gen Amnat said.
Sarawut Mulpho, welfare protection and life quality director at the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, said officials found 7,161 beggars.

Of them, 4,688 were Thais and 2,473 foreigners, mostly Cambodian and Myanma, and were members of organised gangs, he said.
The foreign beggars abused the government's visa-free scheme, he said.

Legal action against Chinese beggars with disfigured faces and bodies followed a campaign by activist Kanthat Pongpaiboonvej, alias "good Samaritan" Kan Chompalang. He found six Chinese beggars wearing student uniforms and suspected that they were part of a human trafficking ring.



Chinese women in school uniforms begging for money in Thailand; human trafficking suspected​


Thai police in November arrested several Chinese women aged above 40 who were seen begging for money. PHOTO: GUNTOUCH

BANGKOK – A Chinese woman who appeared to have been severely physically abused has been arrested for begging in front of a shopping mall in the Pinklao area in Bangkok.
She was missing two fingers and had suffered acid burns to her face.
Thai police think she is part of a human trafficking gang, as a check of her bank account revealed 2 million baht (S$76,000) moving through the account every month.

She initially thwarted attempts to apprehend her, hiding out in a restroom of the shopping mall. The police eventually entered the restroom, brought her out and conducted a thorough search while questioning her.
The police discovered a significant amount of money, around 10,000 baht, in her bag, which is suspected to have been obtained through begging. However, no passport was found.
During the questioning, the Chinese woman said she entered Thailand on Nov 10 to work as a beggar, unaware this was against Thai law. She told police she was divorced and had two sons residing in China, whom she needed to support.

Regarding the wounds on her body, she claimed that they dated back to her childhood and that she was playing with friends when a liquid-filled object exploded in a vehicle, resulting in visible scars.

The Chinese beggar asserted that she had no fixed residence in Thailand and she slept wherever she could find shelter.
This contradicted the evidence found, such as keys and a key card in her bag, which she claimed to have obtained from someone who lost them on Nov 17.
Additionally, she mentioned purchasing a school uniform because she found Thais looked attractive in them.

Following the arrest, a Chinese woman claiming to be an interpreter for the beggar came to the police station with the beggar’s passport. She told officers she had been contacted to act as an interpreter and coordinate with the police.
She said she was unaware of the specific details of the case but was instructed to bring the beggar’s documents and explain the situation to the police.
The incident bore similarities to a case in the previous week, when the authorities apprehended individuals exhibiting characteristics of foreign beggars. All were Chinese nationals aged over 40.

They were observed wearing Thai student uniforms in an attempt to gain sympathy from the passing public in exchange for financial support.
After the arrests, a woman claiming to be the interpreter for all the Chinese beggars approached the police, seeking to settle the matter.
She offered to pay bail to secure their release and inquired about the amount required. However, the authorities refused to release anyone.
A preliminary investigation indicates that each beggar receives more than 10,400 baht a day and earns an average of 1.8 million baht per person per month.
Given their abnormal physical conditions, such as both hands appearing to have been dipped in hot substances and faces covered with scars, all the women appear to be victims of human trafficking,
Even though they claim to have voluntarily chosen to beg, they are hesitant to provide any information to the police, fearing their families will pay if they speak out. THE NATION/ASIA NEWS NETWORK


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