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  • 14 year old peeping tom gets caught in Thai gas station women’s bathroom

    14 year old peeping tom gets caught in Thai gas station women’s bathroom

    PHOTO: Sanook A Thai teen has been accused of lurking around a gas station bathroom and peeking under the women’s bathroom stall in Chon Buri, east of Bangkok.  21 year old Wipaporn Wongwijarn was shocked when she saw a pair of eyes peeking up at her from under the bathroom stall during a moment with nature. Furious, she stormed out and confronted the boy on a video which has been going viral on social media. Wipaporn said she was in the second bathroom stall when she saw someone enter the first stall and place their bag on the wet floor

  • Authorities urge curbs on burning incense sticks for Chinese New Year

    Authorities urge curbs on burning incense sticks for Chinese New Year

    The Public Health Ministry is calling on people to burn shorter incense sticks and avoid setting fire to paper offerings during this Chinese New Year in order to help prevent the air pollution situation from getting worse.

  • Chiang Mai temple roasted for charging foreigners to enter

    Chiang Mai temple roasted for charging foreigners to enter

    There’s two-tier charging then there’s the next step of allowing Thais in for free and only charging foreigners. That seems to be the case when a Chiang Mai temple has been caught out charging a 50 baht fee, but only for foreigners. A Facebook post from Aronong Silvestra claims he found the box at Wat Suwan in the Muang district of Chiang Mai.

  • Facebook poll reveals expats in Thailand are not optimistic about the future

    Facebook poll reveals expats in Thailand are not optimistic about the future

    A simple online poll conducted by Thaivisa on their Facebook page shows that 75% of respondents think expatriate life in Thailand will be ‘worse’ in five years than it is now.

  • Don’t drink and ‘sleep’ – Thai driver caught napping at the wheel

    Don’t drink and ‘sleep’ – Thai driver caught napping at the wheel

    PHOTO: Daily News Online A video posted online today shows a car being driven by a man who had reclined the driver’s seat and was claimed to be sleeping while the car was still moving. The car appears driverless as the driver was slumped out of sight. The post was on the Facebook page of “Narawut Nakama Thongsong”.

  • Chiang Mai policeman caught accepting bribe on Facebook post

    Chiang Mai policeman caught accepting bribe on Facebook post

    A Chiang Mai traffic policeman has been transferred “to inactive duties” (whatever that means) after allegedly being caught on a Facebook post accepting a 200 baht bribe from a Chinese tourist. The tourists’s motorcycle had been locked up for parking illegally. The post appears to show the policeman pocketing the 200 baht and then unlocking the tourist’s bike on Phra Pokklao Road in front of Wat Chedi Luang Worawiharn.

  • The internet booms and print languishes in 2019 advertising spend

    The internet booms and print languishes in 2019 advertising spend

    Thailand’s Digital advertising market spend is poised to reach 124 billion baht in 2019. That’s a growth of nearly 5%

  • More sharks found displayed at seafood restaurant in Phuket

    More sharks found displayed at seafood restaurant in Phuket

    PHOTO: Go-Eco Phuket More sharks been discovered hanging in front of a seafood restaurant in Karon in “Thailand famous tourism city” (translated) . A Facebook page ‘Go-Eco Phuket,’ principally a diving and environmental site, yesterday posted a photo of the shark being displayed out the front of a restaurant with a message reading… “This is at the number one tourism city in Thailand (Don’t want to mention the place as we might have been thought that we have damaged tourism city image.).” “We have received this photo last night. Is there nothing to eat

  • In the wake of Pabuk, a media storm is brewing

    In the wake of Pabuk, a media storm is brewing

    by Tim Newton Now the actual storm has passed, a media storm is brewing over two key issues – tourists claiming they had little knowledge about the approaching storm and local tour operators, especially in the Andaman region, who say the media coverage was ‘hyped’ and overblown. “Stranded British tourists have spoken of their anger after being allowed to travel to parts of Thailand despite warnings over Tropical Storm Pabuk.” The Evening Standard in the UK has come out punching with quotes from disgruntled British tourists venting their dismay about the apparent lack of information about the approaching storm. “The horrific storm has taken tourists by surprise and a lack of information has left some unsure how to remain safe.

  • Leading policeman makes extraordinary claim

    Leading policeman makes extraordinary claim

    “It’s always foreigners who are responsible,” says a leading chief of provincial police . Region One chief Pol Gen Amphon Buarapporn made the outrageous statement claiming he had never seen a case Thais ripping off fellow Thais