A man from the Netherlands who fell for a Thai woman staffer at his resort on Koh Samui wouldn’t take no for an answer.
Instead he started making trouble convinced his good looks would win the heart of the Thai woman he craved.
Guests at the resort in Lamai got fed up with his antics and threatened to leave and go elsewhere.
That was enough for immigration and the local cops and tourist police – they picked up Jeffrey van der Linden, 26, from Lamai beach and took him in.
He was found to be on overstay – he had come on a tourist visa on January 31st and should have gone back to the Netherlands on March 1st.
Now he is staring at different kind of bars – he is in the detention cells set to be deported.
His case made Channel 7 national TV news with the female Thai presenters saying that Thai women were extra special – no meant no you silly boy, they whooped!
He should have taken that for an answer and gone home and not overstayed his visa.
Now he will be heading back to Europe with the prospect of being blacklisted.
He had been making trouble at a “Lamai hill villa”, they said, with other guests threatening to leave if he didn’t.Facebook.
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