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"We didn't understand what was going on because of the language barrier, but we were scared and knew we were in trouble," said Miss Low.
"A group, including some people who seemed to be the police, came later.
"We were very scared and confused because we didn't know what would happen to us," Miss Low said.
"There was no one we could properly communicate with to express how we felt." She said the security guard handling the case was light-hearted and casual about the incident.
The photographs of the two Singaporean girls went viral after they were uploaded on social media, with netizens in both Thailand and Singapore slamming them for their behaviour.
But the girls had less than 4,000 baht on them, and had to ask their friends to come over from MBK to help with the remaining amount.
"It was only after we settled everything and agreed to close the case that we decided to take pictures with the clothes," said Miss Low.
"We walked past the shop about noon and saw that it was closed with a bamboo pole laid across the storefront," she said. About two hours later, they were approached by My Faiday's shop attendant and her friend at MBK.
The shop attendant of My Faiday had gone to the toilet. The friend, who owns a shop at Platinum, told TNP yesterday that they had sent out pictures of the girls from closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage to Line chat groups with about 1,000 retailers in Bangkok.
They then received an alert that the girls had been seen at MBK.