Archive For June 21, 2018

Wild Boat Orgy: Australian Tourist’s Wild Run Ends in Handcuffs

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Wild Boat Orgy: Australian Tourist’s Wild Run Ends in Handcuffs

Stephen Carpenter, a 49 years old Australian tourist, was arrested by the Thai Police for organizing an orgy on a boat. The police arrested Carpenter around 2:00 AM in a house in Saraburi province. According to police Carpenter was hiding from an arrest warrant issued on Saturday. Prostitution is illegal in Thailand. But Carpenter did…

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Thais Starting To Wake Up On Reducing Use Of Plastic

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Thais Starting To Wake Up On Reducing Use Of Plastic

Thai people in general, high-learning educational institutions, private and public sectors are waking up to the calls for the reduction of plastic bags in their daily use in light of the recent deaths of several wild animals from their eating of discarded plastic bags and the global problem of plastic garbage in seas and oceans….

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The Reality and Denial of Sex Work in Thailand

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The Reality and Denial of Sex Work in Thailand

What should we care more about: reality or denial? In Thailand, prostitution is illegal and yet its sex industry is famous – or infamous – depending on how one looks at it. There are an estimated 300,000 sex workers, according to an estimate by Empower Foundation, a leading advocate for their rights. Denying the reality…

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Thais Lash Back After Human Rights Groups Condemn Executions

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Thais Lash Back After Human Rights Groups Condemn Executions

Thailand’s first execution in nine years has sparked public debate on the death penalty, which retains strong support among most Thais despite concerns raised by academics and activists about human rights violations and its effectiveness as a deterrent. The question of whether Thailand should abolish the severe punishment for good erupted once again yesterday, after…

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Thailand Tops The Poll Of Risky Tourist Destinations

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Thailand Tops The Poll Of Risky Tourist Destinations

Thailand has been found to be the world’s riskiest holiday destination for British tourists, according to a new report. The report, carried out by UK firm Endsleigh Insurance Services, looked at data from 2017, ranking countries on where the most insurance claims were made and Thailand came out on top. The report found that Thailand…

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No Election Until After The Coronation !

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No Election Until After The Coronation !

SURPRISE STATEMENT BY PRIME MINISTER THROWS FURTHER DOUBT ON POLL DATE Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha yesterday linked the coronation with the date for the next election, saying the junta needed to prepare for the important royal ceremony before calling the long-awaited poll. While it is has been widely accepted that the general election would…

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Thai Woman Charged With Tricking Laotian Girl Into Prostitution

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Thai Woman Charged With Tricking Laotian Girl Into Prostitution

A 37-year-old Hmong woman, wanted for luring a 16-year-old Laotian girl with a promise of a fried chicken shop’s worker job in Thailand but then taking her into forced prostitution at a karaoke bar in Chiang Rai’s Chiang Khong district, has been taken into custody. Maiv Pai Ntshua Nplaim, the subject of an arrest warrant…

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Thai League 2 Results And Table

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Thai League 2 Results And Table

Trat 2 Kasetsart 0 Rayong 0 Thai Honda 0 Khonkaen 1 Army United 2 Udon Thani 2 Ang Thong 1 Nong Bua Pitchaya 2 Chiangmai 2 Samut Sakhon 4 Krabi 2 Sisaket 2 Lampang 0 Table:- 1 Nong Bua Pitchaya 16 9 5 2 23 10 +13 32 D L W W D 2 Trat…

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Thai Police Arrest Foreigner Who Robbed Home Of Deputy Prime Minister Prawit

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Thai Police Arrest Foreigner Who Robbed Home Of Deputy Prime Minister Prawit

A foreign man suspected of a number of burglaries at high profile properties in Pattaya and Bangkok, including one at the home of Thailand’s Deputy Minister Prawit Wongsuwan, has been arrested. Robert Alexander Williams, 45, who holds a Colombian passport but whose birthplace is believed to be the United States, was arrested on Saturday morning…

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Eight Road Accident Heroes To Meet The PM

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Eight Road Accident Heroes To Meet The PM

Eight people who helped a family after an accident in Si Khiw district of Nakorn Ratchasima on Tuesday have been invited to meet PM Prayut Chan-ocha at government house next week. Korat governor Wichian Jantharanothai said that the eight were a fine example to the nation. Prayut has already praised the heroes and will now…

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