Police arrest man who made seventy five,000 baht a month selling hashish on Facebook, Line

Police arrested a person in a submit office yesterday within the central province of Samut Prakan after being tipped off that he was selling marijuana via Facebook and Line and sending it to clients by way of the post. The man’s common customers had been granted entry right into a special Line group and sent a Buddhist amulet with their brick of marijuana as a one-off gift for their loyalty upon entry. The 21 yr outdated made a median of seventy five,000 baht per month promoting the drug on-line, reviews say.
Tossawan Chantri was arrested in a submit workplace whereas holding a box containing 2.5 kilograms of Thai “brick weed,” which is cheap marijuana dried and compressed in a brick kind, often seized within the Golden Triangle area.
A Facebook person known as “Isan Kiaew See Song Soon” (or Green Isaan 420) was advertising his companies in various Facebook teams, which finally led to his arrest as members of the general public complained concerning the account to local police, who one way or the other managed to track the account to Tossawan.
Tossawan marketed his providers on Facebook and would tell potential prospects to add his Line account, @Ballweed.420. Tossawan would add prospects to a Line group called “Bang Kiaew,” which had about one hundred members. โซล่าเซลล์ราคาถูก have been granted entry right into a separate Line group referred to as “Job Ngan Sahai Kiaew Group” which had round 40 members. Upon entry to the second group, Tossawan would ship a free Buddhist amulet with the order via the publish as a thanks gift.
Tossawan told police he began utilizing medication when he misplaced his job in November final year. He would purchase marijuana by way of Facebook and sell simply 1 or 2 grams of it at first. Then, Tossawan realised how easy it was to earn cash selling medicine through social media, so he expanded his enterprise. Soon sufficient, Tossawan was making seventy five,000 baht per thirty days, which he stated he spent on his household and on on-line gambling.
Police wish to arrest more criminals concerned in Tossawan’s supply chain before finishing up further legal proceedings.


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