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Thai man posts bad review of state quarantine - subsequent post paints better view


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19 minutes ago, webfact said:

He claimed that he was told to relieve himself from behind a balcony and apologize to the spirit of the area for doing so. 

 

and spirit told him to pee off and go piddle somewhere else ..

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29 minutes ago, Mama Noodle said:

Looks pretty horrible in both pictures. 

 

 

Mould on Cheese has nothing on that lot!! 

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10 minutes ago, time2093 said:

Like anything in life, you get what you pay.

Really! Isn't the cheapest quarantine hotel up at 40,000baht? A room with an old 500baht fan, No T.V, No Air Con, No fridge etc... That is not even a 500baht a night room and looks more like a 200baht room or less. I personally think it's disgusting even in the second photo. Even prisoners in the UK are far better looked after and I believe the going rate of £2,000 compensation for having to slip out.

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14 minutes ago, Scot123 said:

Really! Isn't the cheapest quarantine hotel up at 40,000baht? A room with an old 500baht fan, No T.V, No Air Con, No fridge etc... That is not even a 500baht a night room and looks more like a 200baht room or less. I personally think it's disgusting even in the second photo. Even prisoners in the UK are far better looked after and I believe the going rate of £2,000 compensation for having to slip out.

No this is free and paid for by the Thai government for all returning Thai nationals.

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2 hours ago, Scot123 said:

I believe the going rate of £2,000 compensation for having to slip out.

I know the UK has become a "welfare State" but paying prisoners £2,000 to "slip out" is a bit much.  I thought the were supposed to be locked up!

 

 

 

PS;  I know it is a typo for slopping out!

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8 hours ago, Seismic said:

No this is free and paid for by the Thai government for all returning Thai nationals.

And they have the option to pay for better accommodations. 

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