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Farang vlogger faces defamation charge following video about Pattaya massage shop

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12 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

Imagine you would run a real traditional massage place.

And then some vlogger writes lies about you and your business. Would you like that? Or do you think the liar should be punished for that?

And if there is evidence that the massage place was not so traditional then there is anyhow no case.

Let's be real here, there's no measureable business damage to her.

In a real country you wouldn't go anywhere with these non sense claims, unlike in Asia where you don't need to proof anything.

This guy has no audience, he's not elon musk, no tourist will ever watch that video and make a decision based on that, you could even argue it's advertisement instead.

 

Did she ever hear of the Streisand effect...

 

 

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3 minutes ago, darksidedog said:

While I sympathise with anyone whose business or person is unfairly defamed, that last line shows you do not understand the Thai defamation laws. What he said can be proven to be 100% true and yet he can still be found guilty of defamation, carrying with that 5 years in jail and a ridiculous fine. She only needs to show that the comment made her look bad. Whether she was running a clean parlour or not, (and who is to know if one or more of her staff took it upon themselves to oblige a gentleman for a sly bonus), do you think that punishment fits the crime, especially since it may be true and therefore, not really a crime in our minds? And do you also think that Pattaya's image as a whole would be defamed by this case, which is what she is alleging?

 

Yes, my friend rated a household supplier badly on google maps, a guy that scammed him.

The guy/company had to refund him for the household furniture as a court ruled so, but sued him for defamation.

Fraud case won against the guy, Defamation case against friend still ongoing - it's a joke.

 

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1 hour ago, Denim said:

Thanks for the heads up 👍

That's not on offer either by the sound of it🤔

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34 minutes ago, NCC1701A said:

ring ring.

"Hello, TM30 tracking and command center."

"Must find national security threat "Ric On Tour" where is he?"

"Not sure, but maybe go Cambodia." 

 

The trail went cold at the Makro fish counter🤔

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30 minutes ago, darksidedog said:

While I sympathise with anyone whose business or person is unfairly defamed, that last line shows you do not understand the Thai defamation laws. What he said can be proven to be 100% true and yet he can still be found guilty of defamation, carrying with that 5 years in jail and a ridiculous fine. She only needs to show that the comment made her look bad. Whether she was running a clean parlour or not, (and who is to know if one or more of her staff took it upon themselves to oblige a gentleman for a sly bonus), do you think that punishment fits the crime, especially since it may be true and therefore, not really a crime in our minds? And do you also think that Pattaya's image as a whole would be defamed by this case, which is what she is alleging?

 

Thailand isn't the place to be a restaurant critic, is it. Although I do read reviews, which if favourable must be taken with a huge pinch of salt I suppose. Which makes them completely pointless.

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

She said that her staff are old and don't offer sex at her shop. 

Pull the other one .. 

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2 hours ago, Just1Voice said:

Got to laugh at this country. You can be arrested and prosecuted FOR TELLING THE TRUTH. lol

On the other hand, most of the things here are happening looked through fingers. 

If you play along, what's the problem with getting a happy ending if someone wanted it? You can always say no if you don't want, or not?

 

Until you put it into public, with a silly YT video for clicks and attention ... and you get this kind of outcome. 

 

As obvious as it all seems, especially seems crazy when you talk about Pattaya, but what do we know the owner of the massage shop is dealing with in the background (politics/bribes etc.), to keep her shop open & running?

 

 

 

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