Benjamin Holst once dubbed “the most hate German in Thailand” used his swollen leg to get money out of generous Thai people to then spend on alcohol and women.

Now made his way to Seoul, having previously been denied onto a flight bound for Laos.

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Holst was blacklisted from Thailand in 2014 after being deported when the Thai public and officials had enough of the reprobate beggar.

"Most hated German in Thailand" now pulling same con in South Korea

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He claimed that he had his wallet and travel documents stolen and used his swollen leg to beg for money receiving a donation of 50,000 baht which he spent on Alcohol and women in Pattaya, instead of heading home.

After being refused onto a Thai Airways flight earlier this week, Holst took to Facebook saying “Trouble with Thai Airways. F**K Thai Airways.”

"Most hated German in Thailand" now pulling same con in South Korea

So it appears after his plan to travel to Laos failed he headed from Amsterdam to South Korea instead. He checked in on Facebook at the Nostalgia Hotel in Seoul with the caption “checked in and was going looking for girls.”

He replied to a comment online that asked about his begging in Asia to which he replied “Money is easy to get, I put my cup out and within two hours I get $200 dollars.”

It’s not clear what Holst future travel plans are and it remains to be seen if he attempts to come back to Thailand.

"Most hated German in Thailand" now pulling same con in South Korea

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Source : Sanook

Content : LovePattayaThailand

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