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Poor Kookai Must Be Lying Low In Thailand

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while Barclays will be pursuing her like the clappers to try and get at least some of the money back. They probably only found her because he was making transfers directly into her account. Should I find a man to lavish a million quid on me, I'll be asking for cash   :D

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2592946/Married-bank-worker-stole-2m-spent-lot-call-girls-1m-went-ONE-Thai-escort.html

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Can they get money back? At what point does the claim end. Can she claim back the money she spent on shoes? The whole story is an indictment against banks, not escorts. Banks stare at me, give me all sorts of bullshit in the name of stopping money laundering and here is one of their own filling his boots for years.

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Her ex father-in-law describes her as 'naïve. I wish I were that naïve that I could cop for a million quid.

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Can they get money back? At what point does the claim end. Can she claim back the money she spent on shoes? The whole story is an indictment against banks, not escorts. Banks stare at me, give me all sorts of bullshit in the name of stopping money laundering and here is one of their own filling his boots for years.

I think they can. "Proceeds of crime" I think it's called, and can be impounded if found.

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If that was my husband I would be elsewhere doing something far less embarrassing than accompanying him to court for spending someone else's millions on other women.

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Am I alone in thinking it is, at the least, very unkind to print pictures of his wife, a teacher, who has to rebuild her life.

 

Also I feel it was unnecessary to identify Kookai's former husband who probably doesn't want, or need, the publicity. He also has a life to lead. Perhaps his father is partly responsible; I would try to get my family to adopt a low profile in such circumstances.

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The press always drag in innocents for the photoshoots.

Escorts are not out mummies, accountants or lawyers. It is not their job to ask if we can afford the punt or where the money came from.

I'd love to sit in on that trial.

"Do you recognise the accused and did you wonder where the money was coming from?"

"I am a Thai escort, do you know how many white middle aged clients I see each week?"

"Were you aware that this was stolen money?"

"I got a headache, I don't understand the questions"

And so on.

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Can they get money back? At what point does the claim end. Can she claim back the money she spent on shoes? The whole story is an indictment against banks, not escorts. Banks stare at me, give me all sorts of bullshit in the name of stopping money laundering and here is one of their own filling his boots for years.

 

Can one of our legal eagles chip in?

I'd have thought she was in the clear. He stole the money, he's responsible. He probably bought a coffee or two as well. Are they going to sue Costa's?

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Can one of our legal eagles chip in?

I'd have thought she was in the clear. He stole the money, he's responsible. He probably bought a coffee or two as well. Are they going to sue Costa's?

The money will be recovered under the "Proceeds of Crime Act 2002", which allows for the civil recovery of proceeds of crime from unconvicted individuals.

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The money will be recovered under the "Proceeds of Crime Act 2002", which allows for the civil recovery of proceeds of crime from unconvicted individuals.

 

But she provided a perfectly legal service for the money she was given. (Of course, I've no idea how many fucks he got for his million spent.)

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But she provided a perfectly legal service for the money she was given# #Of course, I've no idea how many fucks he got for his million spent##

Not a million pounds worth though#

It's pretty much the same as the Toys'R'Us case in 2012:

http://www#punternet#com/forum/index#php/topic/26874-wg-to-pay-back-540000/?hl= proceeds crime

If she's still in the UK, I reckon the police will probably arrest her for handling stolen goods or money-laundering. They'll get full details of how often she saw him, what they did, her charges etc. The judge will then be able to work out what value she actually gave.

In the Toys'R'Us case one of the escorts received £1.75m of stolen money.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/8760023/Toys-R-Us-director-paid-prostitute-20000-a-week.html

"Their arrangement began with an agreed weekly fee of £500 for her services, before he requested that she leave the business and see him exclusively, for a weekly fee of £1,000."

Martin Evans, prosecuting, said: "On her own best estimate, she #Dunbar# was entitled to perhaps £200,000 during this period.

"She in fact received in excess of £1,750,000. She received 10 times more than the valuation she put on the service that was provided"

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She must give a fantastic BJ, because she looks a fairly average middle aged Thai hooker.

And she'd be a fool If she's still In this country, the money no doubt will be back In Thai banks and Invested In a massive new mansion In Backofbeyondburi, where she'll be the queen, and new pick-ups and motorbikes for her extended family.

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She must give a fantastic BJ, because she looks a fairly average middle aged Thai hooker.

Kookai looks tastier than average to me. The guy's real crime was to block-book her time so the rest of us Thai-fanciers didn't get a look-in.

 

Meanwhile some Mail sub-editor actually gets paid for writing "wining and dining a escort girl".

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But she provided a perfectly legal service for the money she was given. (Of course, I've no idea how many fucks he got for his million spent.)

If you unwittingly buy a stolen car, the chances are you're going to have to give it back, and you're unlikely to receive compensation. Again, proceeds of crime.....  You may very well argue it's unfair, but it simply falls in thed "tough sh*t" category of life.

 

Of course, another problem for her will be her Majesty's Inspector, who will want to know why she didn't pay 40% income tax on a million quid.

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If you unwittingly buy a stolen car, the chances are you're going to have to give it back, and you're unlikely to receive compensation. Again, proceeds of crime.....  You may very well argue it's unfair, but it simply falls in thed "tough sh*t" category of life.

 

Of course, another problem for her will be her Majesty's Inspector, who will want to know why she didn't pay 40% income tax on a million quid.

My uncle bought a yellow sports car once, was over the moon with this car and had it for about a year before it was seized. That turned out to be stolen so he lost it.... And...... He's a copper.

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Kookai looks tastier than average to me. The guy's real crime was to block-book her time so the rest of us Thai-fanciers didn't get a look-in.

 

Meanwhile some Mail sub-editor actually gets paid for writing "wining and dining a escort girl".

 

Well then as they say beauty Is In the eye of the beholder, as to me she's just a average Thai milf.

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Well then as they say beauty Is In the eye of the beholder, as to me she's just a average Thai milf.

Perhaps for him it's the click factor. That has nothing to do with looks. You certainly can't gauge a persons personality form one picture that's for sure.

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Perhaps for him it's the click factor. That has nothing to do with looks. You certainly can't gauge a persons personality form one picture that's for sure.

Fook me £1million quid! That's some click factor, maybe he should of spent a couple of grand of that on laser eye surgery. :)

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