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Elderly Thai man contacts police after sex drugs he bought on Line send him to sleep

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Elderly Thai man contacts police after sex drugs he bought on Line send him to sleep | Samui Times

A 73 year old Thai man filed a complaint with police after his planned night of passion turned out to be a complete flop.

Elderly Thai man contacts police after sex drugs he bought on Line send him to sleep | News by Samui Times

The man, named only as Mr Som, contacated officers at Chiang Mai Police Station on Thursday to complain that the sex drugs he bought via a group on the Line chat app sent him to sleep rather than waking up his manhood.

Mr Som said he believed he was the victim of a scam and that the packet of 10 pills he bought were fake.

He said he had planned to spend the evening with his wife and popped one of the pills while he was waiting for her to return home from work.

But he said not long after taking the pill he started to feel drowsy and eventually passed out for three hours. 

When he finally woke up, a disgruntled Mr Som contact the company who sold him the pills on Line.

Mr Som explained what had happened and asked for a full refund but the company refused to give him back his cash.

It was then that he thought the pills were a scam and reported the matter to the police.

However, police said they were unable to help him and instead asked him to report the matter to the Office of the Auditor-General.

Chiang Mai News which reported on the story warned people of the potential health risks when buying shady health supplements and pills online.
 Thai Visa / Chiang Mai News

Elderly Thai man contacts police after sex drugs he bought on Line send him to sleep | News by Samui Times
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