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"Fluksri" of e-cigarette fame now faces two more charges after police rants

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"Fluksri" of e-cigarette fame now faces two more charges after police rants

 

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Fluksri Maneedeng - the online "net idol" and trader - arrested earlier in the week after Pattaya police found an e-cigarette and vaping fluid in her car at a checkpoint, is now in even more trouble.
 
After she went home and posted on social media about her treatment the police summonsed her on two charges of disrespecting officials doing their duty and disrespecting the police by "advertising". This is believed to refer to her comments on Facebook. 
 
Yesterday Fluksri - real name Manutsaya Yaowarat, 29 - turned up at the Pattaya police station with her personal lawyer and relatives to deny the fresh charges.
 
Earlier in the week she was seen on videos being manhandled into the cells after a roadside stop. She was furious that her car had been impounded just because she had an e-cigarette. 
 
It was not as if she had hard drugs, she said.
 
She claimed on Facebook that she was assaulted alleging she was slapped in the face and had her hair pulled and even lost a lace bracelet in the melee.
 
Following the scenes at the station earlier in the week she appeared in court and was released on 100,000 baht bail. 
 
But rather than going quietly thereafter her rants have incurred further wrath from the constabulary with the new disrespect charges. 
 
She said yesterday that she intends to claim assault at the hands of the police and has instructed her lawyer to proceed with a counter case.
 
Many posters on the Facebook page of Sophon Cable TV that reported the latest developments offered their support in her struggle against the police. 
 
Source: Sophon Cable TV
 
 
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If the authorities in Thailand put as much effort in catching serious criminals, who are a threat to society, would it not be a better place ?

 

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well... they didn't pay her bribe hush money

- to pre-persuade her to not expose their tactics...

 

she's a fanatical blogger, so what did they expect would happen?  - a silent kardashian!?!

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They can't stop digging themselves deeper and deeper, or more precisely; out dumbing themselves

Obviously making the cops look stupid is a job reserved for... cops

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Good luck to her in being acquitted and filing charges against the cops. Whole thing was lunacy from the start.

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blogger, she'll make the money from clicks etc to pay to go against the police and people will be watching. but you just know the bib will come out on top some how. all over an e-cig? if that's all this is really about . . . i just think there must be something else

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.... meanwhile, Grandson Red Bull......disrespects the whole Thai system....!!!

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Thailand is on the verge of insanity. E smokers  and beach smokers major criminals, BUT pull a gun and threaten another driver well That's OK!

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Lets kick the sh!t out the poor, marginalised, uneducated, people trying to kick a habit, homeless. However its OK to overlook a good watch collection worth millions of Baht, Benny. Or a nephew and building contracts? and so on.

 

Not all smokers fall into the above. I was on 3 packets a day B&H full strength. I used patches. Some people are using these e-cigarettes? Not all have nicotine in them. 

 

So this is what a yellow lifestyle and government looks like. Infantile, punitive, retaliatory, penalising,  and levying legislation without thinking first. What real purpose does this type of news offer to Thailand; they are intolerable to the poor and disadvantage while developing laws to ultimately offer a means to fleece?

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5 hours ago, rooster59 said:

Following the scenes at the station earlier in the week she appeared in court and was released on 100,000 baht bail. 

 

That just blows me away if the only charge against her (at the time of bail) was for possessing an e-cigarette and vape. I still can't believe that.

 

If true, I am waiting patiently for the international media to get hold of this.

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Whilst I'm reading this there a 2 Thai's smoking thier vaporizers right beside me. I'm at the car so they must not care about the law, couldn't be more out in public than this.

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