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Video: This "lady's" not for turning! Ladyboy apologizes after pirouette at formal degree ceremony

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Video: This "lady's" not for turning! Ladyboy apologizes after pirouette at formal degree ceremony

 

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A ladyboy graduate who did an impromptu pirouette after getting her degree certificate at Bangkok University on Saturday came in for a storm of criticism. 

 

Such events are steeped in tradition and all participants must follow a strict routine when being presented with their degrees. 

 

But in a video that was shown on national TV after being posted on Facebook the recipient does a full turn before exiting the stage. 

 

Thai Rath TV said many people condemned the move.

 

The graduate is a lady boy who later went on her Facebook page to apologize. 

 

He said he got caught up in the excitement of the moment and wanted to have a bit of fun. The uni had advised everyone of the protocols and he regretted breaking them and has learnt a life lesson. 

 

He apologized for the inappropriate behavior. 

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

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1 hour ago, seahorse said:

Shameful. Lock him up. Her. Them. It. Whatever. 

Ze....

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8 minutes ago, Cereal said:

the Nothing wrong with this at all. She, he, ze, could almost make an excuse that she, he, ze didn't know which way to turn and just spun around confused. There has to at least some minor confusion in there, being a ladyboy and all!

 

8 minutes ago, Cereal said:

Nothing wrong with this at all. She, he, ze, could almost make an excuse that she, he, ze didn't know which way to turn and just spun around confused. There has to at least some minor confusion in there, being a ladyboy and all!

No confusion, they know exactly who they are 🙂

Great to see some creativity added, I am sure "the royal" who spent the day being bored was somewhat amused with the originality.

Having been to one of these great boring choreographed events, I think their is turnaround of one certificate every 25 seconds maximum to get through all the graduates  

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1 hour ago, sammieuk1 said:

I guess the full turn took place long before the graduation 🤔

Yep, 😀 so he/she just made it formal on this particular night. 💃

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I've been to a couple of graduation events for relatives of my wife in Thailand and they are pretty dire and boring.   I can't remember my graduation much except that I had an almighty hangover!

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Chaos theory again, chaps. The act of a Thai lady boy pirouetting at his/her graduation ceremony in 2019 somehow connects to one of Maggie Thatcher's speeches in 1980.

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Oh my god, how dare she spin twice. Should be locked up for at least 12 months.

 

 

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5 minutes ago, BestB said:

Oh my god, how dare she spin twice. Should be locked up for at least 12 months.

 

 

 

"spinners" i have dated did not have penises

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2 hours ago, RJRS1301 said:

 

No confusion, they know exactly who they are 🙂

Great to see some creativity added, I am sure "the royal" who spent the day being bored was somewhat amused with the originality.

Having been to one of these great boring choreographed events, I think their is turnaround of one certificate every 25 seconds maximum to get through all the graduates  

Bangkok University is private one. So no royal.

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