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Flouting the rules? Foreigners pictured kitesurfing in Krabi

 

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Thai media posed the question as to whether a group of foreigners doing kitesurfing in Krabi were breaking the strict Coviod-19 regulations. 

 

This came after a sneaky post was made by someone on Facebook. 

 

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Picture: Naew Na

 

It showed a group of foreigners in a boat called Tango 5 near Koh Nok. 

 

The poster wondered if this was illegal. They often saw this activity, they said. 

 

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Picture: Naew Na

 

Source: Naew Na

 

 

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I see this same sh*t EVERY DAY off Na Jomtien beach.

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See some Thai doing this just a few days ago bet if I get my big telephoto lens out and get some pics it won't make the news.
Does Krabi have an Oil Rig?

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I saw 6 people kiting yesterday in Chalong Bay.  Perfect conditions for kiting, and at least 100 metres between each person.

 

I asked the wife if I could go paddling and she seemed to think it wasn't a good idea. 

 

I wonder if the bib considers water front, but not a sandy beach, to be " a closed beach"?

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3 hours ago, Phuketshrew said:

Extreme social distancing and still the "Netizens" are up in arms - bloody do gooders!

Get a life people! 555

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Posted (edited)
3 hours ago, webfact said:

Thai media posed the question as to whether a group of foreigners doing kitesurfing in Krabi were breaking the strict Coviod-19 regulations. 

The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind

The answer is blowin' in the wind…

Edited by klauskunkel
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The kite surfing is a great example of social distancing, however the three guys next to each other in the boat without protective masks isn't.  This is kind of a non story....

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Starting to get scary when this <deleted> is considered news or a threat to people.

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Posted (edited)
1 minute ago, generealty said:

Starting to get scary when this <deleted> is considered news or a threat to people.

Nah. Just a slow news day.

Edited by Tropicalevo

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a friend of mine in pattaya has never stopped taking or inviting girls back to his place, he seems to think he's somehow exempt.

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