33 males were arrested for stealing Thai Internet connection & World Cup betting in Cambodia

Extra and a Cambodian man were arrested in Cambodia after utilizing Thailand’s Internet connection to broadcast the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar and operating a football betting syndicate.
Under a Royal Thai Police (RTP)exercise to forestall the operation of soccer betting through the World Cup, officers throughout the nation found criminals using an illegal hyperlink to watch the distinguished match close to the Aranyaprathate district of the Isaan province of Sa Kaeo.
The area is located close to the Thai-Cambodian border town of Poipet, the place many playing houses operate.
During the investigation, police found a Thai Internet connection in Poipet was being used to broadcast the World Cup on a soccer betting web site.
After being notified by RTP, the Cambodian police conducted a further investigation and raided a building in the town of Poipet where they discovered three suspects managing the playing website. Internet transmission gear was seized from the constructing as a half of the proof.
The suspects have been a Cambodian man named Jao Chain, and two Thai men, Theerawat Angsusorn and Sarawut Tangha.
The three men were charged with smuggling an Internet connection from Thailand into the nation without permission in accordance with the Cambodian legislation.
All of the suspects shall be sentenced and punished in Cambodia. The penalty advised by the charge has not been reported.
Thai authorities did not report whether the Internet connection theft was associated to the broadcasting signal safety problem FIFA warned Thailand about..

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