Indian National Overstays for 6 Years, Arrested for Alleged Loan Shark Activities in Nonthaburi


On December 20th, 2023, Nonthaburi provincial immigration officers captured an Indian suspect who overstayed 2,366 days in Thailand and allegedly was involved in illegal loan shark activities in Mueang Nonthaburi, Nonthaburi.

According to a report by Royal Thai Immigration officers, their recent policy on solving illegal loan shark debt problems was issued by the Thai government, and as a result, the officers performed an investigation on an alleged loan shark in a Muenag Nonthaburi market who was publicly identified only as Mr. Kay, a 39-year-old Indian.

However, the immigration officers discovered that Kay had overstayed in Thailand for more than 6 years, or 2,366 days, and had a notebook listing several debt collections at Kay’s residence, said the immigration officers.

Initially, Kay reportedly denied the allegation of being a loan shark and allegedly said to the immigration officers that the notebook was owned by one of his Indian friends. The Nonthaburi immigration pledged to investigate further to find the involved individuals and hold them accountable for their crimes.

This article originally appeared on our sister website The Pattaya News.

Kittisak Phalaharn
Kittisak has a passion for outgoings no matter how tough it will be, he will travel with an adventurous style. As for his interests in fantasy, detective genres in novels and sports science books are parts of his soul. He works for Pattaya News as the latest writer.