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Bad things happen to good people; good things happen to bad people.

No Official Caught Virus From Infected Gov. ‘Because They Wore Masks’

SAMUT SAKHON — Alarm was raised when words came out that Samut Sakhon Gov. Veerasak Vijitsaengsri tested positive for the coronavirus in late December – just one day after he toured the province and held meetings with scores of government officials central to the effort to contain the pandemic.

Another Chinese Tourist Dies on Chiang Mai Zipline

CHIANG MAI — A Chinese tourist died at a zipline attraction in Chiang Mai on Sunday, the second this year to die in the northern province under similar circumstances.
Monkey bodies are lined up Wednesday near a khlong in Baan Yaang Ngam community of Rayong province.

Monkey Massacre? Macaques Drop Dead From ‘Poisoned Watermelon’

RAYONG — Dying monkeys fell from trees foaming at the mouth in Rayong province and police are looking Thursday for who might have poisoned...

Snatch and Stash: Police Find Brit’s Trove of Stolen Goods on Phuket

PHUKET — A British man was arrested Friday on suspicion of preying on other foreign tourists to accumulate a hoard of stolen goods at his island residence.

"I'm Too Fat For Legit Jobs": Arrested Mama-San

(15 October) The Thai-Japanese woman arrested on suspicion of running a brothel blamed the crime she allegedly commit on her obesity, claiming that she is ‘too fat’ for legal jobs.

Police Misidentify Murdered Britons in CCTV Footage

BANGKOK — Police say they mistakenly identified two people in a photograph distributed to the media as the British tourists who were murdered on the popular island of Koh Tao on Monday.
Photo: Jessie Vard / Facebook

Net Idol Jessie Vard Faces Jail Time For Promoting Gambling

BANGKOK — Net idol and model Jessie Vard faces up to a month in prison for allegedly encouraging World Cup gambling, police said Tuesday.

Dozens Accused of Raping Phang Nga Teen Still at Large

PHANG NGA — Twenty-nine of 40 people accused of gang raping a minor last year are still at large as of Tuesday morning, police said.

Tourists Told To Avoid Raging Southern Seas

(23 November) Fishermen and tourists have been advised to be wary of the particularly strong waves lashing at many popular beaches and islands in the Andaman Sea.

Suspect Dies in Military Custody in Deep South

PATTANI — A Muslim man detained by the military in the restive province of Pattani last month died in custody this morning, only a day after his family visited him.



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