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Crime: Big Oud takes on the Australian Hells Angels

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Crime: Big Oud takes on the Australian Hells Angels | Samui Times

Immigration chief Lt-Gen Sompong “Big Oud” Chingduang is taking on the Australian biker gang the Hells Angels.

Crime: Big Oud takes on the Australian Hells Angels | News by Samui Times

Thailand is fed up with the bikers’ law breaking whether it is guns or drugs or other activity and orders have come from the very top echelons of the country’s political and police systems to take action. 

Naew Na mentioned the get tough policies on law breaking foreigners of PM Prayut Chan-ocha and his DPM Prawit Wongsuwan as well as RTP chief Gen Chakthip Chaijinda and his deputy. 

Their urgings fed down to Chonburi region 3 level who, with the cooperation of the Australian embassy in Bangkok, helped to take down a man called Luke, 43. 

It was discovered that the Australian had a string of conviction for drugs, gun and vehicular crime – in fact he had been busted 21 times.

In addition he was currently named in a warrant issued by a court in Western Australia. 

He was arrested and will be thrown out of Thailand to face charges in his homeland. 

Lt-Gen Sompong gave all the details in a press conference yesterday at immigration HQ in Bangkok.

The Chonburi chapter of the Hells Angels are known to be especially active in lawbreaking in Thailand, said Naew Na. 

Thai Visa /  Naew Na

Crime: Big Oud takes on the Australian Hells Angels | News by Samui Times
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