Thailand jails 15 Britons sold bogus visas

Thailand jails 15 Britons sold bogus visas - Telegraph, September 20, 2003
...They were arrested as they tried to leave the country when immigration authorities noticed counterfeit stamps in their passports. Each had to raise £4,600 bail, their passports have been confiscated and they cannot leave Thailand until their cases come to court... Relatives of the tourists say they are innocent victims of fraud, who paid £26 each for visa extensions at outlets they believed were legitimate.
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