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When I flew in from Bangkok last week, some Farang hating, rabid, spinster, removed my sticker from my passport. Is this BS procedure still in effect or should I send my wife to the village chief with a 500 Baht note to get a new one?

I was the only Farang on my flight and, as one could have expected also, the only one to be requested register on Thai Chana, but I change my fake mobile number after every three or for uses. With Covid racism is really on the rise. (To do so on and Iphone just delete the Thai Chana application data)

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Few more details like:

 

1. Where did you fly to from Bangkok?

2. Was it an IO who removed it?

3. Was it in another country you flew into?

 

lots of info missing here.

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I think they should have sent you for 'attitude adjustment' lessons.

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Just now, ThailandRyan said:

Few more details like:

 

1. Where did you fly to from Bangkok?

2. Was it an IO who removed it?

3. Was it in another country you flew into?

 

lots of info missing here.

Nope all the information is there: 

a) I flew in from Bangkok,

b) There is no immigration in Buriram.

c) This is the Issan forum and the topic of the thread is "Buriram Healthy" etc.

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4 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

Few more details like:

 

1. Where did you fly to from Bangkok?

2. Was it an IO who removed it?

3. Was it in another country you flew into?

 

lots of info missing here.

 

 

It was a domestic flight.

 

His wife should have told him that the Buriram Healthy programme is no longer enforced (the sticker should have removed on departure from Buriram)

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1 minute ago, hotandsticky said:

 

 

It was a domestic flight.

 

His wife should have told him that the Buriram Healthy programme is no longer enforced (the sticker should have removed on departure from Buriram)

That's all I wanted to know, thanks.

So easy when one goes straight to the point.

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So we now have an answer and can close this topic:

 

//CLOSED//

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