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So these ladies are at risk and should be told to cover up strait away???

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in some low life areas it's tolerated. but in other parts of the country law enforcement is stronger.

and second thing these shorts are really short. but it's still not an underwear.

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the law is for everybody (except those with diplomatic passports).
Again!, stop kidding yourself. for goodness sake. Open your eyes.
In thailand..law is not for everybody. Here is just one of many examples:
Unfortunately, any further close-minded replies (written from within a 'cave') will not be responded to. Have a nice day. wai.gif

"In thailand..law is not for everybody." its a system's defect. but it does not mean that everybody ha s a permission to break the law. if it's a Thai citizen - authorities has no other choice but to deal with a person/ but if it's a foreigner - just deport him and ban for life from entering the country. problem solved.

"Unfortunately, any further close-minded replies (written from within a 'cave') will not be responded" what I see! is it a self-justification for the fact that last word in a dispute will not be yours?

neurosis fuels your urge to be a winner in any dispute. funny

What law was broken? Even the police do not say a law was broken.....

What really happened was the policeman thought the girls were in danger from the Thai men hiding in the bushes and rather than do his job properly and do something about the men hiding in the bushes with the possible intent to rape he thought it best to move the girls on. Now, he probably did do the right thing....because he saved those girls a potential problem.

The bigger issue is his first assumption about his own countrymen is that they can't stop raping women when they see a bit of skin.

It has nothing to do with Thai culture(apart from seemingly a culture of rape), the policeman even said they very reason....there was no law broken, it was not offending "thai culture....it was because he though Thai men couldnt control themselves.

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No respect for Thai people or Thai culture. Women like these give foreigners a bad name by not observing local customs

Funny I don't see you criticizing every high street of Thailand for having sex workers dressed up like that

Pure hypocrisy

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No respect for Thai people or Thai culture. Women like these give foreigners a bad name by not observing local customs

Funny I don't see you criticizing every high street of Thailand for having sex workers dressed up like that

Pure hypocrisy

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So these ladies are at risk and should be told to cover up strait away???

Patong-Lady-Boys-1.jpg

in some low life areas it's tolerated. but in other parts of the country law enforcement is stronger.

and second thing these shorts are really short. but it's still not an underwear.

Right

So it's ok when it's prostitution and the police can have a part of the benefit

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whistling.gifwhistling.gif Thais not understanding Thai history either.

Back a a few hundred years ago many Thai women....especially in upcountry areas.....routinely went around with no bras or clothes above their waists.

only when europeans began showing up with their women in dresses did the wealthy Siamese women began to think it was 'fashionable" to cover their breasts.

Go back and look at old drawings of the first Europeans who came to Siam if you don't believe me.

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whistling.gifwhistling.gif Thais not understanding Thai history either.

Back a a few hundred years ago many Thai women....especially in upcountry areas.....routinely went around with no bras or clothes above their waists.

only when europeans began showing up with their women in dresses did the wealthy Siamese women began to think it was 'fashionable" to cover their breasts.

Go back and look at old drawings of the first Europeans who came to Siam if you don't believe me.

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the law is for everybody (except those with diplomatic passports).
Again!, stop kidding yourself. for goodness sake. Open your eyes.
In thailand..law is not for everybody. Here is just one of many examples:
Unfortunately, any further close-minded replies (written from within a 'cave') will not be responded to. Have a nice day. wai.gif

"In thailand..law is not for everybody." its a system's defect. but it does not mean that everybody ha s a permission to break the law. if it's a Thai citizen - authorities has no other choice but to deal with a person/ but if it's a foreigner - just deport him and ban for life from entering the country. problem solved.

"Unfortunately, any further close-minded replies (written from within a 'cave') will not be responded" what I see! is it a self-justification for the fact that last word in a dispute will not be yours?

neurosis fuels your urge to be a winner in any dispute. funny

What law was broken? Even the police do not say a law was broken.....

What really happened was the policeman thought the girls were in danger from the Thai men hiding in the bushes and rather than do his job properly and do something about the men hiding in the bushes with the possible intent to rape he thought it best to move the girls on. Now, he probably did do the right thing....because he saved those girls a potential problem.

The bigger issue is his first assumption about his own countrymen is that they can't stop raping women when they see a bit of skin.

It has nothing to do with Thai culture(apart from seemingly a culture of rape), the policeman even said they very reason....there was no law broken, it was not offending "thai culture....it was because he though Thai men couldnt control themselves.

"What law was broken?" again, Section 388 of Thailand's Criminal Code

"Even the police do not say a law was broken....." policeman just tried to find a simple explanation. because some savages does not obey the law simply because it's the law.

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Good day all .... Just one question here L&G ... Some one preferably a lady explain to me in plain english ..... What is the difference between undies and bikinis ? Which one covers more than it shows ?

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All other matters aside, what is the real risk of two girls together in a public place in broad daylight being molested or even raped?

It would have been more appropriate for the Policeman to say, "sorry, I have to ask you to put on your clothes, it is our culture to be modest in public"

hilarious

You mean : It's their culture to have women half naked on every street of every cities in Thailand as long as they are prostitutes and the police get their part in the business.

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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?

No, but if you were a woman would you take the chance?

Given current events, and the fact that they had no idea they were being watched, I figure the police did them a service.

Either way it appears they were being insolent especially given their surroundings.

I have always found it easier to treat any cop with respect, whether I respect their authority of not.

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No respect for Thai people or Thai culture. Women like these give foreigners a bad name by not observing local customs

Can someone tell this lady she is giving a bad name to Thailand?

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"What law was broken?" again, Section 388 of Thailand's Criminal Code

"Even the police do not say a law was broken....." policeman just tried to find a simple explanation. because some savages does not obey the law simply because it's the law.

Section 388 covers indecent exposure, do you think wearing your underwear indecently exposes skin? The same would apply for swim suits that expose the same skin wouldn't it? Did the policeman who saw it think it was indecent? It is a 500 baht fine, so if he thought so he should have done his job and fined them

Your second sentence seems to imply that that the law is flexible and it is at the discretion of the police, yet in other posts you seemed quite adamant that you have to obey all laws. Actually according to that i guess the policeman should be arrested too?

No matter how you try to dress it, the policeman made a judgement call that Thai men cannot be trusted not to rape women. If that isn't a damning indictment of "Thai Culture" i don't know what is.

FYI - Section 388:

Any person who performs such a disgraceful act in public by undressing himself, exhibiting his undressed person or committing any other act of obscenity shall be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred baht.

Reading that I would assume it means removing all your clothes, but if I am wrong(its happened before) can you tell me at what point exactly removing clothes becomes indecent?

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