Man arrested in faux military uniform did it to get attention from women

Police arrested a person for theft on Monday and discovered that he had a penchant for dressing up in pretend Royal Thai Army (RTA) uniforms. He said that he wore the soldier costume to draw feminine attention and had no intention of committing any crimes using the uniform.
Officers from the Non Sung Police Station within the Isaan province of Nakhon Ratchasima arrested the man, named Kanokpon Rattanawichai, for theft on Monday, February 6.
According to the police report, Kanokpon used to work in Chon Buri but fled after stealing from his employer.
Kanokpon was taken into custody whereas sporting an olive-green army shirt with an RTA screen print on the back. He was not a member of the armed forces, nevertheless. The 26 year old confessed to easily having a passion for military uniforms.
Officers continued looking out his home and found two extra army uniforms. They also discovered a fake soldier identification card, a portrait of him in full uniform, and a reputation tag with the false rank of “Major General Siriwat Thirajarusiri.”
Kanokpon confessed that his admiration for the uniform stemmed from a lifelong aspiration of changing into a soldier, however he never had the possibility to affix the navy. He thought his appears and persona had been suitable for the position, so he purchased the uniform online and began fulfilling his fantasy.
He believed that women discovered males in uniforms enticing, which is why he dressed up for their attention.
Channel 7 additionally showed the photographs from Kanokpon’s social media account. He posted an image of himself in the uniform with a flirty caption that said…
“This man with a dusty uniform can all the time give you a warm hug.”
Kanokpon insisted that he dressed up only for his pleasure and for the eye of women. He didn’t costume to deceive anyone for property or money.
However, Authentic of Non Sung Police Station, Sanchai Phisaiphan, was skeptical of Kanokpon’s claims. He informed the media that they would be conducting additional investigations to see if any victims had been lured by Kanokpon’s disguise.
Kanokpon was initially charged with Section 334 of the Criminal Law: whoever stole the belongings of another particular person shall be punished with imprisonment of up to three years and a fantastic of up to 6,000 baht.
More costs related to his use of pretend military uniforms are expected to follow as quickly as the investigation is complete..

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