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Man Reports Wife's Alleged Kidnapping Over Unpaid Debt: A Bizarre Twist Revealed

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Man Reports Wife's Alleged Kidnapping Over Unpaid Debt: A Bizarre Twist Revealed

In an unprecedented turn of events, a man known only as Mr. Aek (pseudonym) sought help from social media and police after his wife was allegedly kidnapped by loan sharks due to an unpaid debt of 90,000 baht. The couple, victims of financial strain, had borrowed a hefty sum from unregistered lenders, leading to this shocking incident.

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A Debt Paid in Fear

The couple initially borrowed 150,000 baht, managing to pay off a portion of the debt. However, the recent economic downturn and reduced work opportunities led to a financial strain, forcing them to default on their agreed repayment schedule. In a terrifying turn of events, Mr. Aek's wife was supposedly abducted from her workplace by a group threatening harm if the debt wasn't paid in full.

A Desperate Plea for Help

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Mr. Aek was compelled to transfer 10,000 baht after his wife contacted him with a bloodied face, claiming she was being held captive and threatened with being sold if the remaining debt wasn't transferred. Distraught and desperate, Mr. Aek turned to the 'Saimai Must Survive' Facebook page and Huai Khwang Police Station for help.

A Twist in the Tale

As the police investigation unfolded, they found the wife working normally at the Thailand Cultural Centre, showing no signs of distress. In a shocking confession, she admitted to fabricating the abduction story. This wasn't a first, as Mr. Aek revealed that his wife had staged such incidents twice before, leading him to consider ending their relationship if she lied again.

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