Ukrainian man arrested for working illegally on Thai island

Royal Thai Immigration Police arrested a Ukrainian man on Thursday after he was allegedly found working illegally for a motorbike rental company on Koh Pah Ngan island in Surat Thani province in southern Thailand.
Authoritative revealed on Sunday that they arrested an unnamed forty five year outdated man from Ukraine on Thursday – the same day as the Full Moon Party – at a parking lot on the island, reports the Phuket Express.
Police mentioned that he was discovered tending to 23 rented motorbikes on the automobile park after they had been returned by tourists. However, the Ukrainian denied that he was working and insisted that each one the bikes belonged to the rental company.
The man entered Thailand through Satun Immigration in southern Thailand and is permitted to remain in the kingdom till May 18, 2023. He didn’t possess a work permit.
Police escorted the vacationer to Koh Pha Ngan Police Station and charged him with parking in a non-parking zone in addition to working with no allow. He initially denied the fees.
The motorbike rental firm that allegedly hired the Ukrainian to work there illegally is now beneath investigation.
Meanwhile, Phuket Immigration found 186 foreigners who had overstayed their visas in Phuket in a seven-day crackdown from April 28 to May 4, 2023.
Of the 186 found to have overstayed their visas, 182 paid their respective fines while five foreigners were arrested, Phuket Immigration announced this morning.
According to a Phuket Immigration infographic, police arrested one Egyptian national, one Danish national, one Burmese national, and one Chinese national.
Of the 182 foreigners who surrendered, forty one have been from Russia, 16 were from Kazakhstan, 15 had been from the USA, 15 had been from China, 10 were from the UK, and eighty five have been from elsewhere on the earth..

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