The “web” of deceit: Wanted gambling kingpin caught at Don Mueang Airport

Fortune wished figure linked with a high-profile net gambling case involving a staggering 140 million baht was apprehended at Don Mueang Airport after arriving from Singapore. The 38 12 months old man, firm in his denial of all costs, has been detained for further investigation.
Just previous 1.30am on Wednesday, at Don Mueang Airport, a specialised unit from the Immigration Checkpoint 2 (BKK2) took Weera ‘Boy’ Namsup into custody. His capture followed his journey via Thai Lion Air, flight SL-105 from Changi Airport in Singapore, which landed at 10.40pm yesterday.
Upon Boy’s arrival at Don Mueang Airport, BKK2 officers presented him with a warrant from the Thanyaburi Provincial Court referring to diversified expenses. These included helping others in committing unlawful gambling offences, appearing as an officer unrighteously or neglecting duty, instigating worry or utilizing violence to intimidate, and disguising oneself as an officer and performing unauthorised actions as such, reported KhaoSod.
From there, officers took Boy to custody registration at the Don Mueang Airport Police Station. While under arrest, Boy made a brief assertion claiming that he didn’t engage in any embezzlement as alleged. He denied all costs and was transferred in a van to Khu Khot Police Station for additional questioning and case processing.
A month ago, Thai immigration authorities confirmed that Boy managed to depart the nation before an arrest warrant was issued. Boy, accused of extorting a hundred and forty million baht from victims of an online gambling rip-off, reportedly travelled to Singapore on June 17, two days earlier than the arrest order was instated..