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Half as serious and less / Re: We are here to protect you
« Last post by nan on September 12, 2017, 11:43:05 PM »
some thai ladies are a little envious of their perfect feminine figures and faces. but for the visiting tourists oh what an embarassment of discovering that the girl they end up flirting with is a man, could save you a few lady or man drinks ;D if you can tell the difference

all to do with the hand job. Thai Ladyboys have bigger hands than Thai girls,The ring finger of men is usually longer than the index finger, so the ring finger of women is usually shorter than the index finger,they also have a tighter grip,so you will know when she squeezes it. :-[


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Half as serious and less / We are here to protect you
« Last post by thaiga on September 12, 2017, 03:33:40 PM »
Wow! thanks for that
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Scams & Crime / Re: Interpol posts fugitive Red Bull scion 'wanted' notice
« Last post by thaiga on September 12, 2017, 03:23:49 PM »
Interpol posts fugitive Red Bull scion 'wanted' notice

Interpol has posted its red notice for Vorayuth Yoovidhya online publicly, informing the world the scion to the Red Bull energy drink fortune is wanted in Thailand for reckless driving causing the death of a policeman five years ago.  full article Bangkokpost

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Transport & Traffic / The hole in the road
« Last post by thaiga on September 12, 2017, 03:02:12 PM »
Welcome to the hole in the road thread, i'm always amazed how people deal with holes in the road in Thailand usually it's a stick with a plastic bag on the end, this one has a cone warning you of the hole in the road.

folks were up in arms as the traffic weaved around the hole in a road heading into Bangkok in the rush hour.
Do look dangerous, the hole was finally made good some time later.


pic@ เครดิตภาพบางส่วน: เพจเฟซบุ๊ก FM91 Trafficpro ,@karakaew via  thairath.co.th
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Animals & Wildlife / Khao Yai elephant comes to get a snack!
« Last post by thaiga on September 12, 2017, 02:46:23 PM »
he must of had a trunk call as ...
no one had any idea how the elephant knew that the consignment of straw was on its way to the park

ภาพน่าทึ่งช้างป่าโผล่พรวดเล่นฟาง


 
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Korat News / Nakhon Ratchasima hospital opens first one-day surgery centre
« Last post by thaiga on September 11, 2017, 02:39:38 PM »
Nakhon Ratchasima hospital opens first one-day surgery centre

Maharat Nakhon Ratchasima Hospital has become the first medical facility in Health Area 9 to establish a one-day surgery centre.

The establishment of the centres is, in part, designed to narrow the social gap and give people better access to advanced technology via minimally invasive surgery.

The hospital's deputy director Dr Suirasit Jitpitaklert is chief service officer for Health Area 9, which covers Nakhon Ratchasima, Chaiyaphum, Buri Ram and Surin.

Suirasit presided over the centre's opening ceremony on Monday morning.

The centre’s establishment is in line with Ministry of Public Health policy to have hospitals provide one-day surgery services.

By 2021, each health area must have at least one hospital providing the service.

Maharat Nakhon Ratchasima Hospital Department of Surgery chief, Dr Pinai Niranrungreung, said minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery will allow patients to recover fast.

Pinai said it will also lower the infection risk, reducing patients’ treatment costs and loss of income due to being off work.

Pinai said it will also reduce hospital overcrowding issues and free up space for emergency cases and people suffering medical complications.

The Nation
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Scams & Crime / Re: Weird experiments with pets?
« Last post by Johnnie F. on September 11, 2017, 09:31:35 AM »
Student in poisoned dog case ‘showed signs of mental illness’

THE MEDICAL student accused of poisoning his pet for compensation had showed signs of mental problems during his last year at Mahidol University’s Faculty of Medicine at Siriraj Hospital, an alumnus revealed on condition of anonymity yesterday.


“He seemed normal until his sixth year at the university,” the source said.

A medical lecturer noticed that the student had problems controlling his emotions and the faculty resolved to suspend him from his studies to allow him to focus on treatment for his condition, the source said.

“Classmates in the same year have already graduated,” the alumnus said. “I am not sure if he is still being treated.”

The medical school was expected to summon the student and his parents today. The mother of the student said yesterday she did not know what her son had done because he had moved to Bangkok for his studies seven years ago.

“I really can’t comment,” said the mother, who lives in Nakhon Ratchasima.

On Saturday, Nattanan Jeerawiwitporn – who owns a transport firm – filed a complaint with the Sutthisan Police Station in Bangkok over alleged fraud by the medical student on the grounds that he had demanded compensation for the death of a Pomeranian dog that had arrived safely at a clinic.

Her firm is based in Bangkok but the clinic is in Nakhon Ratchasima. “The insurance he took out offered coverage in the event that the dog died during transportation only,” Nantanan said.

She said she would find out later whether the same student had contacted a transport firm run by her younger brother seeking to transport 10 insured rabbits on July 29.

“But my younger brother refused,” Nattanan said.

Suttisarn Police Station’s deputy superintendent Pol Lt-Colonel Seubpong Karuna said there was incriminating evidence about the fraud charge, given that the accused apparently faked a certificate stating his pet dog’s price.

Pol Major Mongkhon Kupatisirirat, an inspector at the Pho Klang Police Station, said he was investigating alleged animal cruelty committed by the medical student.

Twelve pills were found in the deceased dog’s stomach and another in a wastepaper basket, all of which will be submitted for lab tests today.

“We have already questioned three witnesses,” Mongkhon said.

He added that he would summon the accused student later this week.

The Nation
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Scams & Crime / Re: Weird experiments with pets?
« Last post by Johnnie F. on September 10, 2017, 10:56:00 AM »
Suspected dog poisoner faces cruelty charge

NAKHON RATCHASIMA: Livestock officials have filed a complaint against a medical student suspected of killing his pet dog with an overdose of human medicine to claim compensation from a pet transport company.

Overdosing the dog deliberately amounted to animal cruelty in violation of the Cruelty Prevention and Welfare of Animals Act of 2014, said veterinarian Ratchaphum Khiewsanam, head of the animal health section at the Nakhon Ratchasima office of the Department of Livestock Development (DLD).

Mr Ratchaphum filed the complaint on behalf of the provincial DLD chief after meeting with Pol Maj Mongkhol Kuptisirirat, investigation chief at the Pho Klang police station, on Saturday.

A conviction for animal cruelty carries a jail term of up to two years and/or a fine of up to 40,000 baht, the veterinarian said.

The dog owner, a medical student at Mahidol University in Bangkok, has been the target of public outrage since a Facebook user called Jakkarin Ringngoen posted images showing the dog being mistreated.

Veterinarian Anongnat Suttham, who runs the Centre Pet Hospital in Nakhon Ratchasima, did an autopsy on the dead Pomeranian on Friday and said she suspected foul play.

The dog owner demanded compensation from the driver of the pet transport firm hired to deliver his animal to the veterinary clinic. The driver said the dog was healthy when he picked it up, which was why he asked Ms Anongnat to conduct an autopsy.

The results revealed that the dog had consumed a large amount of medicine. More than 10 pills that turned out to be human anti-hypertension medication were taken from its stomach. But the dog owner insisted he had fed his pet vitamins.

Pol Maj Mongkhol said police would call Ms Anongnat, the dog owner and the driver of the transport firm for questioning.

The pills found in the dog’s stomach would be sent to forensic and medical science centres to confirm the type of medication, he added.

The owner of another animal hospital in Nakhon Ratchasima came forward on Saturday with a similar story involving the same dog owner.

Khruewan Raksasap, owner of Ban Moh Ton Animal Hospital in Muang district, said a transport firm brought a seven-month old Pomeranian to her hospital on July 31 this year.

Her staff had checked on the male dog and found it was healthy. But one hour later, the animal showed signs of illness and later died, said Ms Khruewan. She immediately contacted the dog’s owner.

Later, the owner and a driver of the transport firm arrived at the animal hospital. The owner demanded 40,000 baht in compensation from the transport firm, but the company refused. He then demanded that the hospital and the transport firm jointly pay compensation, but the hospital refused, said Ms Khruewan.

The dog owner got angry and left the hospital, she added.

Meanwhile, Dr Prasit Watanapa, dean of the Mahidol University Faculty of Medicine at Siriraj Hospital, said on Saturday that faculty officials planned to interview the student and his parents on Monday.

An internal inquiry will be held and if the accusations turn out to be true, the faculty would not protect the wrongdoer, said Dr Prasit

“Give us time to investigate first because we have to interrogate the parents and the student. We will hold a news conference about the case as soon as possible,’’ the dean said.

Bangkok Post
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Scams & Crime / Re: Runaway Bride, Dowries gone, too & the A/C
« Last post by thaiga on September 10, 2017, 12:29:02 AM »
cool customer  ;)

Police have yet to charge her in connection with absconding with the dowries since there is no law specifying how long someone has to remain married after receiving a dowry. but she did steal an a/c back in 2013 the Bangkokpost reports.

Police on Saturday took her, to the Thanyaburi Court in Pathum Thani to seek the first detention on a charge of stealing an air-conditioner from a resort room there in 2013.

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Transport & Traffic / Re: Driving in thailand - all on top nothing inside
« Last post by thaiga on September 09, 2017, 05:06:26 PM »
wonder if the driver knew

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