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Turkish Man arrested for operating illegal Kebab stand

July 8th 6pm the tourist police went to Arrest a Mr Perzi Dogan a Turkish national who was working an illegal Kebab stand on Loi Kroh road. Perzi was a legend around town and known for having the best kebabs in Chiang Mai. There are going to be a lot of people wondering where to get their kebab fix. Tourist police were tipped off by a complaint from a Thai person. Having to act on the complaint the Thai police went down to arrest Mr Dogan for working illegally in Thailand. He is now awaiting trial.

Turkish Man arrested for operating illegal Kebab stand

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Chris founded Living Thai and author of the books Learn the The Thai Alphabet and How to make money in Thailand also the Blueprint for Living in Thailand. Chris started this blog with the aim of educating westerners on how to have the best time in Thailand, to make new friends and to vent his frustrations Chris is also fluent in both written and spoken Thai.

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10 Responses to Turkish Man arrested for operating illegal Kebab stand

  1. some guy June 10, 2013 at 1:14 pm #

    Change your workpermit laws Thailand! they are as old as the stoneage

  2. common sense June 10, 2013 at 1:38 pm #

    What he was doing would be be illegal in most countries (probably including your home country).

    • Reality check June 11, 2013 at 3:30 am #

      Yes that’s why he posted it.

  3. Steven June 11, 2013 at 9:56 pm #

    “Tipped off by a Thai person”

    Not surprised.

    This guy has been around for several months. I’ve seen him talking to the police on several occasions. Never any problems before a poo yai called the police on him for having the best kababs around.

    How long before a Thai opens the same business in the same location? They can’t stand to see a farang do well at anything. Jealous, incompetent, shit heads. Not one of them can come up with an idea on their own, and then seek to destroy anyone non-Thai (and sometimes Thais) who can. They know how to copy and cheat, not innovate.

    • gio June 18, 2013 at 5:43 am #

      Copy and cheat is normal in Capitalism.. it’s not an exclusive Thai thing.
      Surely when a falang is involved, they take him down faster

    • Rathisak June 19, 2013 at 8:14 am #

      Well are you sure of that ? A person who sells rotee in the same street told me that Perzi was tipped off by a Turkish competitor who is selling Kebab too but was not doing so well. Perzi lost some money in this story, but yesterday, I saw him with his wife on the same street. She was selling Kebabs, while he was watching because he is not allowed to work.

      • Chris June 20, 2013 at 1:33 pm #

        yeah he was tipped off by the competition, Perzi had to throw up 50,000 baht. it’s a shame.

  4. ChiangMaiGuy June 12, 2013 at 11:31 pm #

    well… if he didn’t have a work permit…? would be the same in any country right? it’s not like internet workers who no one can ‘see’ it’s right on the pavement! sorry for the guy but…

    • Chris June 13, 2013 at 6:11 pm #

      Good point. I dont see how he thought hed get away with it. Things must be tough if youve gotta sell kebabs on the side of the street like this. Im pretty sure at least were im from it would be illegal even for an aussie to sell stuff on the side of the road like that

  5. Rathisak June 19, 2013 at 8:14 am #

    Well are you sure of that ? A person who sells rotee in the same street told me that Perzi was tipped off by a Turkish competitor who is selling Kebab too but was not doing so well. Perzi lost some money in this story, but yesterday, I saw him with his wife on the same street. She was selling Kebabs, while he was watching because he is not allowed to work.

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