Customer Service at its finest, an arrested drug dealer asks cops to apologize to his customers for delayed orders in Jomtien


An alleged drug dealer arrested at a Sattahip police checkpoint pleaded with officers to notify his customers and apologize about the deliveries he’ll be unable to make this past weekend in Jomtien.

Chatpong Kiewracha, 34, was captured June 22 with 19.75 grams of crystal methamphetamine during at a traffic stop outside the Ambassador City Hotel.

Once in cuffs, Chatpong appealed to his arresting officers to use his Line app on his smartphone to contact each of his customers and apologize to them for not being able to provide them drugs.

Police, happy to track down drug users, likely were happy to take the dealer up his offer.

Credit: Pattaya Mail, Thai Visa

SOURCEThai visa, Pattaya Mail
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