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  • THAIGER TODAY Friday, January 5

    THAIGER TODAY Friday, January 5

    Prayut lashes out at media | Gentlemen can get their ‘bits’ lasered | Phuket Immigration website in ‘Thai’ language only | Tourists leave record amounts of garbage | Police nab drug ‘king-pins’ in Mai Khao | Malaysians arrested in BKK for phone scams. The post THAIGER TODAY Friday, January 5 appeared first on Phuket Gazette

  • Honda ablaze in Phuket town

    Honda ablaze in Phuket town

    Early today (January 5) at 5.30 am, police received a report about a car on fire in Soi Kor Pai in Phuket Town.

  • Social media aroused. Thailand pioneers penis whitening laser service.

    Social media aroused. Thailand pioneers penis whitening laser service.

    PHOTO: Lelux Hospital, usually advertising as a dental clinic, is now providing services a little lower on men’s bodies Thailand is probably the first country in the world where services are available to lighten the skin tone of male genitalia. Health authorities, however, have expressed worry and warned people about possible adverse impacts from such treatments. “The skin of the private parts is sensitive

  • Tourists leave. Garbage problem stays.

    Tourists leave. Garbage problem stays.

    Tourists left behind more garbage at New Year holiday destinations this year, report tourism operators around Khao Lak and Hua Hin. Garbage was left behind in major tourist destinations as tourists returned home after New Year long holidays.

  • Himalayan vulture rescued by Phuket villagers

    Himalayan vulture rescued by Phuket villagers

    By Anotai Ngarndee Villagers in Phuket handed over a Himalayan griffon vulture on Thursday to a wildlife nursery station in Phang Nga, which they found in weak condition in the province. Theetat Dam-udom, chief of the nursery station, said the vulture was an adult weighing about eight kilograms with a wingspan of about three metres. The vulture was found in Tambon Rawai in a weak condition

  • Russian woman attacked on Koh Phi Phi

    Russian woman attacked on Koh Phi Phi

    FILE PHOTO Police Region 8 Commander, Pol Lt Gen Sorasak Yenprem, has ordered an urgent investigation and search to find the man who allegedly attacked a Russian woman on Koh Phi Phi on the New Year’s night. The 28 year old Russian woman (name supplied but not being made public) was celebrating the New Year’s Eve with her mother on Phi Phi. According to the police report, she was physically attacked by a man, who she detailed as ‘tall and slim’ at about 180 cm and believed to be a foreigner, at about 2 am – 3 am on January 1

  • 3 big drug dealers arrested in Mai Khao

    3 big drug dealers arrested in Mai Khao

    Thachatchai Police, together with military officers, arrested three big drug dealers from a network called ‘Ann Power’.

  • Phuket’s ‘seven days of danger’ results announced

    Phuket’s ‘seven days of danger’ results announced

    This morning (December 4), Phuket Governor chaired a meeting at Provincial hall to announce the official statistics for Phuket from the ‘Seven Days of Danger reporting period.

  • UPDATE: 4 motorcycle thugs surrendered

    UPDATE: 4 motorcycle thugs surrendered

    The four members of a motorcycle gang who attacked 40 year old Romy Navio, who tried to stop them from hurting three other young men, have surrendered. Yesterday (December 3) at 2pm, the four, including 18 year old Nattawut ‘Fad’ Plighin, 18 year old Sarun ‘Yak’ Muenkla, 18 year old Panuruj ‘Tiw’ Sudpangyang and 18 year old Kajorn ‘Ben’ Raya, surrendered at Wichit Police Station.

  • THAIGER TODAY Thursday, January 4

    THAIGER TODAY Thursday, January 4

    ‘Somtam Index’ shows Krabi most expensive | Deluge of new year drink-driving prosecutions causing paperwork nightmare | Tourist pest from Jungceylon was at it again the afternoon before | Thai auto industry doing well | Official stats after six days of ‘seven day’ reporting period | BKK cracking down on noisy vehicles.