Infamous beggar Benjamin Holst, once dubbed the “most hated German in Thailand” was not allowed to board a Thai Airways flight destined for Laos on Tuesday after being blacklisted by Thai immigration.

Holst first made the headlines back in 2014, where he used his swollen leg to beg for money from generous members of the Thai public who showed him sympathy.

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"Most-hated German in Thailand" denied boarding to a Thai Airways flight

His story was shared online and it was even featured on television where he then received a 50,000 baht donation from an association that provides aid to German nationals overseas.

Instead of using the money to travel home, Holst was snapped on camera partying with girls in Pattaya’s Walking Street.

"Most-hated German in Thailand" denied boarding to a Thai Airways flight

He was soon arrested by the authorities and deported.

Yesterday the “most hated German in Thailand” attempted to catch a flight from Zurich to Laos, stopping off in Bangkok but due to his blacklisting by Thai immigration he was refused boarding in Zurich.

"Most-hated German in Thailand" denied boarding to a Thai Airways flight

Holst’s Facebook page claims he then travelled to Amsterdam where it is assumed he continued his journey to Laos.

Since being deported from Thailand the German has been pictured begging in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore and the Philippines and it can only be assumed soon pictures will immerge online of him doing the same once he gets to Laos.

Source : Thaivisa

Content : LovePattayaThailand

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