A Bangkok currency exchange worker was robbed of more than 1 million baht after being jumped by two assailants with a stun gun in Naklua.
Sithichok Pipatsin, 54, said he was going to a room on Naklua Soi 14 around 1 a.m. Friday when two men on a motorbike kicked over his bike and attacked him with an electric stun gun. They escaped with his a satchel containing baht, euros and other currency he had collected earlier in the day.
A badly beaten Sithichok Pipatsin explains to a police officer how he was attacked by two assailants.
The type of stun gun used to shock the victim in the robbery.