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Bridge players Beware!!

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Thinking of playing a bit of bridge during your stay in Thailand? Beware, you could end up having your passport confiscated and being run down the nick......

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-35491852?SThisFB


...and don't belive the police when they say will take the matter no further.....

http://pattayaone.net/pattaya-news/221444/district-chief-prosecution-of-pattaya-bridge-players-will-continue-as-planned/

there are lessons to be learned from this on how police in Thailand operate.....don't assume just because it is legal at home it is here.

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