In the wee hours of Friday morning, the Pattaya Police Deputy Superintendent In charge of Investigations Pol. Lt. Col. Supachai Pui-gaew-kam received a report by Pol. Ser. Maj. Panasarn Krongsit that 13 tablets of Meth amphetamine had been found hidden in 8 pieces of fried chicken. The chicken had been left for a prisoner awaiting his court date, who was locked up in the jail at the police station. 2 Thai women came to visit this prisoner during the evening, but they were refused a visit, as it was after visiting hours.
The women left 1 bottle of drinking water, 1 soft drink, 4 packs of sticky rice and a bag with 8 pieces of fried chicken. They left quickly, after the police refused to let them visit a prisoner, Mr. Bandit Choemyong.
More inquiries started immediately by questioning Mr. Bandit, to trace the 2 women. Mr. Bandit claimed he had nothing to do with this drug delivery, but the police have their unique ways to get the facts out of criminals.
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