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Big Oud's rogues' gallery: Five Thais fined for not reporting whereabouts of foreigners

 

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Naew Na published five pictures of Thais who had been fined yesterday for not reporting foreigners at their properties within 24 hours of their arrival. 

 

The media said that the fines were issued under orders from new immigration chief "Big Oud" also known as Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang.

 

The miscreants were named as the following:

 

1. Wanphen Hunlamphu fined 3,200 baht for two cases 


2. Nawakarn Loithian fined 1,600 for one case

 

3. Pornsurirat Jerng fined 12,800 for eight cases.

 

4. Mr Aksana Aksornsarasit fined 3,200 for two cases

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5. Khannaphat Rinjaturat fined 3,200 baht for two cases.

 

Naew Na said the fines were in line with Article 38. 

 

Lt-Gen Sompong - still officially the acting chief of the Thai Immigration Bureau - took over from Big Joke Lt-Gen Surachate Hakparn who was abruptly transferred to clerical duties at the PM's office in April.

 

Source: Naewna

 

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#6 who cares 🤔

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14 minutes ago, Bert got kinky said:

These same ex-pats know that there is a good chance that their landlord/landlady will not renew their rental agreement next year.

Or haven't already sent them eviction notices.

 

16 minutes ago, Bert got kinky said:

he ex-pats who know that their landlord/landlady will soon get fed up with having to lose a day every time that their tenant stays somewhere else overnight.

Once done the first time it only takes a few minutes at the local police station. 

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Who has time to go to immigration everytime a foreigner checks into their hotel? Do the big hotels do this?

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