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Brits in Thailand in 2018: Fourteen suffer rape or sexual assault and ten suicides

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Figures revealed under the UK’s Freedom of Information Act reveal that fourteen people suffered rape or sexual assault in Thailand last year. In addition there were a further 18 victims of assault and 25 of theft. 

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Figures about the death of British people in Thailand showed that 10 committed suicide in 2018. But there were also figures related to “Brits Behaving Badly”: Twelve people were arrested for assault, 35 for drugs related matters and 11 for theft. The British Embassy handled 38 missing persons’ cases and were called in as 321 people either lost or had their passports stolen. The information was revealed to a Thaivisa member who has asked not to be named. Full details are below:

Deaths

Accident – 13

Drowning – <5

Hospital Death – 179

Infectious Disease – <5

Murder/Manslaughter – <5

Natural Death – 122

Road Traffic Accident – 6

Suicide – 10

Unknown – 158

Arrests
Assault – 12 
Assault with weapon – <5

Child Pornography – <5

Drugs – 35

Fraud – 6

Immigration – 109

Human Trafficking – <5

Murder/Manslaughter – <5

Sex (Not Child) – <5

Theft – 11

Welfare Cases

Forced Marriage – <5

Missing Person – 38

Mistreatment & Torture – 7

Property Fraud – <5

Lost/Stolen Passport – 321

Victim of Crime

Assault – 18

Rape/Sexual Assault – 14

Theft – 25

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