Thailand: Chinese passenger arrested at Suvarnabhumi for theft on plane.
A Chinese passenger was allegedly caught red-handed on Monday stealing money from another passenger on a flight to Bangkok from Istanbul.Qiquan Ma, 45, a native of Henan province in China, was arrested by Tourist Police at Suvarnabhumi after Turkish Airlines flight TK064 came arrived at the airport from the Turkish capital. Mr Ma is accused of stealing 5,050 euro and other foreign currencies in cash from the bag of Harald Amming, a Danish passenger. The bag was left in the overhead compartment.
More information is available at this link: http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/crime/815564/chinese-passenger-arrested-at-suvarnabhumi-for-theft-on-plane
Source: Bangkok Post.
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