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Fish-feeding Russian tourist jailed in Phuket

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Everybody really should spread the word on social media, tell the world about wonderful Thailand and its laws

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47 minutes ago, ezzra said:

.. and why so harsh? most penalties in Thailand

for more serious crimes are only few tens of thousands of baht?....

She hasn't received any penalty yet, she has to appear in court first for that to happen.

 

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and thailand shoots it self in the foot , again .  both barrels this time . :thumbsup:

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39 minutes ago, Mango Bob said:

I wonder if a Thai person would have to pay that much in bail to get out or even charged.

Probably not, they're much less likely to do a runner and leave the country, don't you think?

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Probably not, they're much less likely to do a runner and leave the country, don't you think?


Might not be that easy as the court is holding the passport!


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24 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

Drunk driving in Pattaya, bail 20'000 to 40'000 Baht, 10'000 fine.

Feeding fish, bail 100'000 Baht.

They are cracking up :shock1:

 

I don't think that drunk drivers in Pattaya potentially do that much damage to coral reefs.

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43 minutes ago, Mango Bob said:

I wonder if a Thai person would have to pay that much in bail to get out or even charged.

No, would be less.  Just as the flight risk would be.

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The Thai's can cover the sea floor with garbage, factory discharges, filth and rotted sewage which would deny natural food sources for the fish but that's OK. 

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1 minute ago, gdgbb said:

I don't think that drunk drivers in Pattaya potentially do that much damage to coral reefs.

But they are a potential threat to health and live of other humans.

 

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18 minutes ago, willem1946 said:

Everybody can now swim again there, the dangerous woman is in jail.

 

No, she isn't in jail, that's what the article is about!

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7 minutes ago, gdgbb said:

She hasn't received any penalty yet, she has to appear in court first for that to happen.

Well according to the report above she already spent 2 nights in jail surely thats already enough punishment ?

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3 minutes ago, gdgbb said:

No, she isn't in jail, that's what the article is about!

She was two nights in a holding cell.

Still silly enough.

 

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2 minutes ago, Brer Fox said:

The Thai's can cover the sea floor with garbage, factory discharges, filth and rotted sewage which would deny natural food sources for the fish but that's OK. 

No, that's not ok, everything that you referred to are offences also that are prosecuted.

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concerned with the image of Thailand once again!!

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4 minutes ago, KhunBENQ said:

But they are a potential threat to health and live of other humans.

 

But the topic is about coral reefs.

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