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Chiang Mai: “Hebrew speaking” guide arrested for selling ganja spliffs to tourists

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Chiang Mai: “Hebrew speaking” guide arrested for selling ganja spliffs to tourists | Samui Times

Police in Chiang Mai have arrested a Hebrew speaking Thai guide for selling cigarettes stuffed with ganja to tourists in the northern Thai capital. 

Chiang Mai:

He claimed it was for diabetes. 

A raid at the rented house of Surachet, 52, in Chang Khian community downtown Chiang Mai netted more than 500 grams of ganja, 500 packets of illegally imported cigarettes and 20 items of radio equipment. 

Surachet said he got the ganja and cigarettes from the border at Mae Sai, Chiang Rai. 

It was for diabetes – whether his own or others was not made clear in a TNA video and story. 

The Chang Pheuak police said they were acting on a complaint from a tourist.

Thai Visa /  TNA

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