Malaysian Man Smoking Baraku Says He Was Abducted in Songkhla

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A Malaysian man who was picked up by Thai immigration or police claims he was abducted after he ran away from a police pick-up truck only to come back a few days later to Thailand to lodge a police report saying he was abducted.

However, the police says the man had agreed to hop onto a police truck to go to a Tourist Service Centre where he was directed by immigration and tourist police officers.

The 46-year-old man in fact had escaped from the police after being nabbed for smoking baraku at a roadside in Sadao on Oct 19.

Smoking baraku (also known as hookah) is prohibited in Thailand and the man was nabbed, not abducted says police, following a public tip-off.

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