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Channel 7 TV news reported on the case of a Chiang Mai man who was the subject of an online blackmail attempt by an attractive foreign woman who befriended him on Facebook.
In a video call she took off all her clothes and tried to get the Thai man to masturbate.
He said he didn’t but shortly thereafter she sent a clip of his face and their interaction on Line and threatened to expose him to all his friends and family if he didn’t pay her 50,000 baht.
The blackmail attempt failed as the man went public with a warning. But now it is known there are many victims who are preparing to go to Chiang Mai police.
Thai Rath caught up with 29 year old Thanadon Patthong who is a dance teacher from Chang Khlan sub-district.
A very attractive foreign woman contacted him on Facebook and asked to be his friend. He added her and soon they were chatting about her doing dance.
She requested his Line application ID and their chat about dance continued.
Then she took her clothes off and started to masturbate. She tried to persuade him to masturbate too but Thanadon said he did not and ended the call.
However, a short while later he was contacted again – the caller had made a video clip of his face and wanted 50,000 baht saying she knew the shame he would face in Thailand and that she would send the video to all his friends and family.
Thanadon decided not to pay – it only showed his face after all. Instead he went online to warn others.
Screenshots on the TV report contained much of their conversation such as:
Caller: “Do you like sexy girl?” Him: “Every man like sexy girl”.
“You are hondsome (sic)”. The caller indicated they were in Macau, China.
Then came the sting:
“By the way I recorded you while masturbating in front of the camera. I have a plan to show to all of your friends and family”.
At this point the person said that they were “not a girl” but a “professional scammer”.
Responses to the story on Facebook indicate there are many victims of this scammer and several men are planning to go to Chang Pheuak police to make a formal complaint, said Channel 7.