Archive For March 27, 2018

Bad Behaviour Could Land Litter-Kicker In Jail According To On-Line Lawyer

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Bad Behaviour Could Land Litter-Kicker In Jail According To On-Line Lawyer

A video from the dash cam of a car showed a member of the public warn a driver not to litter after he threw some trash onto the road from a car. But the driver of the Toyota Altis gets out and in fury kicks the trash in the direction of the Good Samaritan before…

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Thailand Go Down 3-2 To Slovakia In Entertaining King’s Cup Final

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Thailand Go Down 3-2 To Slovakia In Entertaining King’s Cup Final

Thailand did their reputation no harm at all in a close-fought encounter in Bangkok. The big difference between the two sides was the clinical finishing of the visitors. All three goals were superbly taken, particularly the third. Thailand contested the midfield well with Chanathip causing the world ranked 29 Slovakians plenty of problems. Teerasil ploughed…

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Police Want To Introduce A Points System On Driving Licenses To Try To Improve Driving Standards

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Police Want To Introduce A Points System On Driving Licenses To Try To Improve Driving Standards

Police are pushing for a driving license points system in an effort to improve the standards of driving and promote road safety measures for all motorists.  The proposed amendment to the road traffic law was unveiled following a meeting of a national committee on the prevention of road accidents chaired by Deputy Prime Minister Prawit…

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Bikeshare Seen As Step To Stop Smog in Bangkok, Chiang Mai

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Bikeshare Seen As Step To Stop Smog in Bangkok, Chiang Mai

A smart bikeshare soon to hit the streets of Bangkok was one way presented at a Wednesday conference to improve the quality of the capital’s air. Beijing-based Mobike was unveiled as an alternative transport to motor vehicles during a conference at the United Nations, in an effort to curb mounting air pollution in Bangkok, which…

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ANOTHER Double-Decker Bus Crash Leaves 39 Injured

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ANOTHER Double-Decker Bus Crash Leaves 39 Injured

A double-deck tour bus with 50 students and teachers crashed into a roadside rest pavillion in Nakhon Luang district of Ayutthaya before dawn Thursday injuring 39 people, one seriously. The bus was taking 50 students and teachers of Ban Nonyai school in Kamphaengphet province to Chonburi province in a school excursion. The bus left Kamphaengpet…

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Tattoo Artist Comes To Rescue Of Woman With Botched Face Tattoos

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Tattoo Artist Comes To Rescue Of Woman With Botched Face Tattoos

An eyebrow tattoo artist has become a godsend for a woman who otherwise seemed fated to live with ugly tattooed eyebrows thanks to poor worksmanship from a low-quality shop for rest of her life. The Surat Thani woman, using the Facebook account name Kanyarat Dew Chaichan, posted on Friday that she had been so lucky…

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Thai NLA Member’s Son Arrested In London For Making Up-Skirt Videos In Shop

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Thai NLA Member’s Son Arrested In London For Making Up-Skirt Videos In Shop

The son of a National Legislative Assembly member was caught filming up women’s skirts in Topshop’s flagship store on Oxford Street in London. Pratyayoud Tupchareon, 27, son of Youdtana who is an NLA member, has been spared jail after he claimed he had been inspired by YouTube videos. His mother, Jutipon, is also a judge….

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Drugs, Robbery And Murder-Just A Normal Friday For Thai Police As Three Foreigners Arrested

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Drugs, Robbery And Murder-Just A Normal Friday For Thai Police As Three Foreigners Arrested

Thai police have announced the arrest of three foreigners in Bangkok and Udon Thani. In the first case a 59 year old Pakistani man known as Jimmy Rais or Rais Ahmed Baksh was apprehended in Soi 24 in Ramkhamhaeng district where he ran a coffee and food shop that police say was a front for…

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Courtroom Chat Between Khon Kaen Killer And Admirer Goes Viral

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Courtroom Chat Between Khon Kaen Killer And Admirer Goes Viral

A prison in Khon Kaen province has launched an investigation into how a female defendant charged with killing and dismembering a karaoke girl was able to conduct Facebook chats with an admirer and even send him photos directly from her trial. No communication devices are allowed in court but photos went viral on the Internet…

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General Refuses To Promise That No More Conscripts Will Die Due To Discipline Measures

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General Refuses To Promise That No More Conscripts Will Die Due To Discipline Measures

The Royal Thai Armed Forces will begin conscription of privates early next month, Assistant Army Chief General Weerachai Inthusophon said, adding that he could not guarantee that privates would not die as a result of punishment in the future. In recent years, several conscripts have died after being physically disciplined. The latest case was that…

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