Illegal British tour guide arrested in Koh Phangan

Illegal British tour guide arrested in Koh Phangan

Briton offered visit offer priced at 70, 000 ringgit per head

Illegal British tour guide arrested in Koh Phangan
A British person, age 25, was detained by police in Surat Thani province’s Surat Thani province’s Koh Phangan hotel after working improperly as a tour guide. ( Photo supplied/Supapong Chaolan )

A British man has been detained for allegedly serving as a trip link on Koh Phangan and various locations, according to Surat Thani.

The arresting group said on Friday that the 25-year-old Jabran Elahi was detained by tourists police and local authorities at a motel in tambon Ban Tai on Thursday evening. The Koh Phangan city key Noppadol Khaomali and tourist police investigator Pol Lt Col Winit Boonchit served as the team’s leaders.

The believe has been accused of having an illegal job as a tour guide and having a work force as a foreign national.

Regulators received a issue asking for an investigation into a foreigner reportedly working as a tour guide and taking tourists to different locations on the southwestern island. He had hired two trucks for his company.

During doubting, the gentleman said he took groups of foreign travelers to various destinations in Thailand. He even offered an 18- evening visit offer covering numerous sites in Bangkok, Phuket and Chiang Mai, priced at 1, 499 pounds sterling, or about 70, 000 baht, per person.

He was turned over to Koh Phangan police stop for more legitimate action by the arresting group.