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BANGKOK 25 May 2019 17:10
Rimmer

Police converge on Pattaya Beach as show of force

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52 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

Personally I would wonder about the sanity of anyone wandering around on the beach dressed like that in the midst of the current heat wave we are having. Don't get me wrong, I would like to see more of a police presence, maybe more suitably dressed like you see in Ca, and not simply helping to arrange the fine for a damaged jet-ski!

I bet this parade cause a few touts to scatter though!

The current heatwave? Are we in the same Pattaya? It’s been like 32 degrees most days .... 

 

 

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1 minute ago, sandrew33 said:

The current heatwave? Are we in the same Pattaya? It’s been like 32 degrees most days .... 

 

 

Well I am a little more inland and it has been hotter, the sea is perhaps still cooling it in town proper. But it is pretty hot already for early March and predictions are for more of the same. 

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most of the vendors on the beach are ok.

one or two are not.

they are aggressive and refuse my invitation to the police station.

 

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21 hours ago, Rimmer said:

He said that with summer approaching it was important to gain tourists’ trust.

LOL. Gain trust by arresting thieving, lying locals!

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1 hour ago, jacko45k said:

Personally I would wonder about the sanity of anyone wandering around on the beach dressed like that in the midst of the current heat wave

I'd be more concerned about the mental condition of tourists who lies in the sun all day.

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Why does this mini force not go to Pattaya city hall and object to the mega dump on Koh Lhan ??  tourist Island and dump for Pattaya

 

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If Big Joke focused the police efforts to stop the setting of fires in the forests of Thailand (arson) and enforcing burn bans, then the air quality in Thailand would improve drastically.  Of course, this would mean pulling police away from intimidating tourists and spinning their wheels tracking down a handful of overstayers while the country burns. 

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32 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

Well I am a little more inland and it has been hotter, the sea is perhaps still cooling it in town proper. But it is pretty hot already for early March and predictions are for more of the same. 

Try Udon at 40c,    it will get hotter by April at it's near dry time, just in time for the water festival when we are short of water.   amazing

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