The police found some fake shirts.
Major General Surachet Khunpawan is not happy and you can see on his face. Their special investigation team identified some shirts that might be pirated. Like this one for example.
Where is the forgery? this shirt is a pure creative piece of art!
Enjoy another great job of Pattaya/Chonburi police, please continue to post pictures like these please, police never stop entertaining us.
23.30 hrs. (4 Aug. 61) Major General Surachet Khunpawan, Deputy Permanent Secretary, together with Pol. Gen. Jittisong Bangsop Plc. Police 191 Police Officers Police and Police Officers Center for Crime in Information Technology The Police Department of Thailand (SEC) led the investigation into Thepprasit Pattaya, Chonburi, which sells pirated and trademarked goods. The largest of Pattaya’s 40 stores.
Officers can arrest the accused. There are more than 10,000 items of pirated and branded goods, including clothes, shoes, perfumes, electrical appliances, perfumes, watches and designer handbags, resulting in a total business impact of about THB 3-4 million.
Police Gen. Surachit Khunkul, deputy commanding officer, revealed that the arrest was a collaborative effort. Thailand and the United States. To solve the problem and destroy the source of pirated goods. And intellectual property, especially the branded products of the United States.
These arrests are part of the solution. The key is to destroy the root. The order is from the online. Including the shop. Capital center Major distribution centers of the country The authorities will continue to integrate the relevant agencies to continue.