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you are just a guest here. the law of this country prohibits this kid of behavior. you can have two simple choices

1) obey the law

2) leave Thailand

as simple as that...

really - which law is that?

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you are just a guest here. the law of this country prohibits this kid of behavior. you can have two simple choices

1) obey the law

2) leave Thailand

as simple as that...

really - which law is that?

The law of kid behavior, as he said.

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you are just a guest here. the law of this country prohibits this kid of behavior. you can have two simple choices

1) obey the law

2) leave Thailand

as simple as that...

really - which law is that?

Section 388 of Thailand's Criminal Code

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Typical official Thai reaction - cover up for your own safety and blame the victim or potential victim.

Oh, then stripping off on the middle of London is ok too ?

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The "seflie-generation", narcissistic, ungrateful and the whole world owns them a favor. They should have moved right on back home to their own little world, thanks or no thanks.

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Typical official Thai reaction - cover up for your own safety and blame the victim or potential victim.

So, if I get drunk on walking street, flash a big roll of bills, stagger into a dark alley for a pee and get mugged it is really not my fault? I didn't attract the attention of thugs and muggers? In the politically correct world it is not my fault, it's the fault of the criminal, but in the real world if I didn't get drunk, didn't flash my roll, didn't use a dark alley but instead a public toilet, most likely I wouldn't have been mugged. These girls should have thanked the officer for his concern, covered up and found a more appropriate venue to sunbathe that didn't attract unwanted and unwelcome attention. Seems like the one thing many tourists forget to bring on their holiday is the brains and common sense.

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although I think the women were being a bit insensitive to local mores, does one then have to logically come to the conclusion that most Thai men must therefore regard partially clad women has an invitation to rape?

There are a lot of nationalities who are extremely aroused by white women.

Scantily clad only increases the attraction.

And some nationalities believe all sorts of myths about these women.

Especially if you come from a sexually repressive society & think that white women are more relaxed with their sexual standards.

l have seen the males reactions to white women in several non-white countries.

Just cover up girls, until you get home.

The Police were trying to help you.

And it made more work for them if you were attacked!

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I know for a fact that if you strip down to bra and panties in most if not all Canadian cities you will be charged.

The police have 2 choices in this sight the fact that it is against the law and get into that argument or use the easier for most people to understand and less argumentative that it could lead to them runing into trouble. Thee was no mention of Thai men causing harm it could be any of the many Male tourists that come over here get drunk and do what they want also.

Besides this is not Pattaya or Phuket this is what is considered a religious and historical city.

What would the response be if they did that on the lawn in hyde park.

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Typical official Thai reaction - cover up for your own safety and blame the victim or potential victim.

So, if I get drunk on walking street, flash a big roll of bills, stagger into a dark alley for a pee and get mugged it is really not my fault? I didn't attract the attention of thugs and muggers? In the politically correct world it is not my fault, it's the fault of the criminal, but in the real world if I didn't get drunk, didn't flash my roll, didn't use a dark alley but instead a public toilet, most likely I wouldn't have been mugged. These girls should have thanked the officer for his concern, covered up and found a more appropriate venue to sunbathe that didn't attract unwanted and unwelcome attention. Seems like the one thing many tourists forget to bring on their holiday is the brains and common sense.

"In the politically correct world it is not my fault, it's the fault of the criminal,"

no way. in politically correct world it's not your fault. it's not criminal's fault (may be he is so poor and was abused in childhood). it's always a fault of the government and the police.

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And this is coming from a country with hundreds of thousand of half naked bar girls and street walkers...

did any one said double standards here?......

What nonsense. Would you apply that to the USA where in the Bible Belt you cannot buy a vibrator but elsewhere in the country has been known as the Porn Capital of the world?

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Haven't read all the posts but I understand it to mean that the police didn't think that the Thai guys who were watching or walking by could handle it and might might loose control and try to rape the ladies. In the photo the girls appear to be in shorts and a bra not panties and bra.

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