Thailand's celebrity Cave Man, 48, probed by cops after boasting how he wooed a Russian tourist then shared a photo ...
By Debbie WhiteInvalid Date,
A THAI âcave manâ who brags about his seaside sexual conquests on social media has been investigated by police.
Chatupoom Losiri, 48, drew attention to his X-rated exploits after gloating about wooing a Russian tourist to his rustic lair â" but shared a photo of a different woman lying naked on his bed.
He moved to the beach cave three years ago and began seducing attractive holidaymakers on the Full Moon Party island of Koh Phangan, Thailand.
However, he admits that doesn't always get his way.
In one Facebook post Chatupoom wrote about taking a girl back to his cave where he stripped off his clothe s and âboiled the coffee for both of us.
âI said âI like you and I know you like me. I want to kiss youâ and looked straight into her eyes. She smiled at me and replied, ânoââ¦
"Some time passed. I asked her again, âcan I kiss you?â She said ânoâ. I laughed and said 'I will ride to take you back to where I picked you up.'â
Described as a "Thai internet personality" on Coconut Bangkok, some are shocked about the way in which Chatupoom uses his Facebook page to boast about the women he beds, while others consider him an "idol".
But he caused uproar earlier this month when he posted a picture of a stunning young Russian woman he claimed to have chatted up outside a grocery shop before she nervously climbe d on his motorcycle and went back to his grotty hovel.
He told her: '"I was riding home but had to stop because of your beauty, I need to know if youâre beautiful on the inside as well."
A few days later, Chatupoom then posted a picture of a different young western woman sleeping naked on his filthy bed after they had spent the night together.
Chatupoom - who calls himself the Thai Cave Man and uses the persona to pick up women - wrote that he was ''very tired'' from the previous evening but still woke up to ''drink cof fee and meditate'' while the naked woman slept.
However the cave man's antics sparked anger from locals who accused him of showing a lack of decency after dozens more images emerged of women he had taken back to his home.
Police arrived at the cave, a former tin mine, yesterday and searched for anything suspicious but found nothing.
They admitted that Chatupoom had not broken the law but said they would monitor the situation.
Koh Phangan Sheriff Kairik Kraisong said on Thursday: ''Officials on Koh Phangan have investigated the situation and performed a background check on the person, who was originally domiciled in Bangkok. He graduated with a degree from Silpakorn University.
"Koh Phangan district has made an inquiry to the landowner whether he will continue to let Mr Chatupoom live in the area or ask him to leave.
"There are no complaints. If there is a complaint, the officers can take legal action. This situation [women going into the cave] is precarious and risky, so I sent the staff to check and talk with Mr Chatupoom.''
Speaking to reporters, Chatupoom denied that he had done anything wrong and said that all of the women who visited his cave were there of their own choice.
He said: ''I came to Koh Phangan to play music but shortly after the band broke up. Now I earn a living by painting art and selling it to tourists.
''The women who sleep here, there is no compulsion in any way. None of the women are forced to do anything, and sometimes we don't have sex.
"Sometimes we just hug until morning. They are all happy and I'm happy, too.''
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Chatupoom then demonstrated his musical abilities by playing the trumpet.
He added: ''All of the items in the cave are handmade by myself. I love the King and love my country.
"I'm thankful to the owner of the land for allowing me to stay here and thankful to everyone who has supported me.''
Provincial governor Wit chuwut Jinto said Koh Phangan district officials visited Chatupoom in his cave and discovered nothing untoward.
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