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  1. “Do you want a fight?” Drunk foreigner harassing locals in Hua Hin escapes arrest An English speaking foreign man was lucky not to spend a night in the cells after acting aggressively towards paramedics, police and locals in Hua Hin. The man was caught on camera threatening people close in the Soi Bintabaht area of Hua Hin on Tuesday. The incident took place when a friend of the man, who appeared to be in wheelchair, was involved in an collision with a motorcycle. While his friend was receiving treatment, the unidentified man could be seen grabbing a paramedic by the collar and generally making a nuisance of himself. He then asked onlookers “do you want a fight with me?” “I'll kick your arse”, he said raising his fists. Bizarrely the man could then be seen removing his sandals before goading others, who only minutes earlier had been trying to assist his injured friend. That was enough for a police officer to step in and have a word with the foreigner, who in another clip could be seen giving an apologetic wai to the policeman. The footage of the clip was uploaded to Facebook. People commenting criticised the man’s actions. One comment read: “If he’d have behaved like that in his own country he would be put in jail”. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2018-04-04
  2. Do you want to do some good? Do you want to do some networking? Do you want to party? Well... there is a new concept in town where you can do all of that at the same time ! Boon² is a new series of event by Weeboon where young professionals can donate to charities and do some networking with like-minded people while enjoying a free flow of wine and succulent food - all of that in the same night ! Seats are limited, so don't waste this opportunity to do some good and have some fun together ! Tickets available here
  3. Who'd be a landlord! Two renters from hell hit the Thai news Image: Sanook Two separate stories about disgraceful renters of condos are doing the rounds of Thai social media. The first reported by Sanook showed a room in Sutthisan, Bangkok that had been turned into a virtual zoo. There were cages all over the place, bedding for animals and the fridge was a filth encrusted mess. The renter had actually been paying the rent but the owner suspected something was up as he was not actually living there. While Daily News reported on another "renter from hell" this time a lady boy who signed a year's contract with the landlord. But after just a month the rent was not paid and the bills had been left. The landlord went over and found all his electrical items including a 32 inch TV had been stolen. The renter had left piles of trash and bagged rubbish instead. "GG Wizzy PK" went on Facebook in an effort to find the miscreant who they called "a thief in the guise of a renter". Image: Daily News Sources: Sanook and Daily News -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2018-08-04
  4. Amazing 71 year old Thai woman wows America’s Got Talent TV show judges Image: NBC A 71 year old Thai woman has wowed judges on the popular TV show America’s Got Talent with her impressive ballroom dancing routine - and become an internet sensation in the process. Quin Bommelje who grew up in a small village in rural Thailand and moved to the United States to live with her husband of nearly fifty years, said she only took up dancing 10 years ago. Speaking on the show, Quin credited Thai village life and her parents instilling their strong work ethic that enabled her to follow her dreams. With her husband watching from the audience, Quin took to the stage with her 35 year old dance partner Misha Vlasov and floored the judges with their performance of "Sax" by Fleur East. Judge Heidi Klum said "You have definitely inspired me. I think you are an absolutely incredible woman." "The best part about you guys is your personality," Simon Cowell added. "You were great. This is exactly what we were looking for." "You know, you say you want to inspire people of a certain age, but you have inspired everybody of all ages. It was truly a remarkable performance," McBride said, before slamming the coveted Golden Buzzer and bringing Quin to her knees, weeping with joy, as the pair were showered with shimmering confetti. McBride's Golden Buzzer sends the amazing duo immediately through to the live rounds at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. The footage of Quin dancing on America’s Got Talent was widely shared on Thai social media on Thursday, with on video being watched more than one million times. The clip of Quin dancing posted to the America’s Got Talent YouTube channel was one of the top trending videos on YouTube on Thursday. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2018-08-02
  5. International flights begin at Hua Hin airport Image: TNA Mcot The first commercial international flight from Kuala Lumpur to Hua Hin arrived on Friday. The maiden flight landed at the seaside resort as scheduled at 11am, with 150 passengers on board. Deputy Transport Minister Pairin Chuchotethavorn who oversaw the welcoming ceremony said the flights would increase the amount of tourists visiting Hua Hin and be a big boost for the local economy. Currently the airport can accommodate around 300 passengers per hour but plans are already afoot to expand the airport and improve facilities to handle more passengers in the future. Air Asia will now offer return flights four times per week. Flights will take place on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, departing Kuala Lumpur at 10am local time, arriving in Hua Hin at 11am. From Hua Hin flights depart at 11:30am local time arriving in Kuala Lumpur at 2:35pm. In addition to the Hua Hin - Kuala Lumpur route, earlier this month Thaivisa learned that Air Asia is looking into the possibility of launching a Hua Hin - Chiang Mai route. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2018-05-19
  6. Thailand cave rescue: Boys tell the story of their ‘miracle’ survival
  7. Watch 12 Boys And Coach Thank World (Video) By Chayanit Itthipongmaetee, Staff Reporter CHIANG RAI — The 12 boys and their coach are starting to speak, and in a new clip they thank everyone who had a part in saving their lives as well as the people of the world for their support. Footage released by the Chiangrai Prachanukroh Hospital Saturday morning shows the 13 – 12 boys and their coach – address the public for the first time since their rescue earlier this week. They thanked the rescuers, divers, volunteers and, well, everyone. Full story: http://www.khaosodenglish.com/featured/2018/07/14/hear-12-boys-and-coach-thank-world-video/ -- © Copyright Khaosod English 2018-07-14
  8. How to get a driving licence in Thailand In association with the British Embassy Bangkok and Thaivisa: Following the announcement that the Department of Land Transport has partnered with British Embassy Bangkok to improve driving licence procedures for foreign nationals, a new video details how Brits and other expats can obtain a driving license in Thailand.
  9. Headcam footage gives detailed look at conditions inside Tham Luang cave Footage shared on Facebook showed the difficult conditions divers face inside the Tham Luang cave. The footage, which is among some of the first seen from inside the cave, shows divers carrying supplies and equipment through the narrow flooded passages of the Tham Luang cave network.
  10. During the early hours on Monday the 1st of May around 1:30 am, four Swiss-Thai children fell from the fourth story of a tower block in central Bangkok leading to the death of the youngest child aged 5 and the hospitalization of the three others (aged 7-11) who remain in a critical, life threatening condition. Didi (11y) does not appear to be getting the right medical treatment. She has been downgraded to a fan room with Lucas (10y). Chanida (7y) is still in the coma. This fundraiser has been set for...Read More You can donate and support Didi, Lucas and Chanida here : https://www.weeboon.com/en/campaign/balconyfall
  11. Ten on one attack victim: Police know those responsible Picture: Sanook Police in Nakon Pathom have said that they know all the attackers of a young man who fought bravely in the street. They have asked teachers if they wouldn't mind bringing them all in for questioning. The ten youths were caught on CCTV attacking a guy who gave as good as he got. Sanook reported that the attack occurred before police were meant to be on duty at "risky spots near educational institutes". This is meant to happen at 3pm on the afternoon and 7pm in the morning. Nakorn Pathom station chief Pol Col Phaitoon Phitaktham said he knew who they all were and had asked teachers to bring them in today. Phitatsana - father of the victim in this case - told Sanook that his son was attacked at 2.20pm. The first he heard of it was at 3.30 when the school contacted him to say his son was in hospital. He needed dozens of stitches to an arm wound. In the CCTV he went for some guys before he was repeatedly attacked. He tried to use a brick later but was too late as they sped off. Source: Sanook -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2018-06-13
  12. SHARK ALERT: Hua Hin fisherman says not a question of 'if' but 'what kind' attacked tourist Fishermen familiar with the waters off Hua Hin said that in the last year there have been an increasing number of large sharks in the sea off Hua Hin. And an abbot has issued a warning after video and still photography showed sharks circling in the sea off a temple in the area where a Norwegian tourist claimed he was attacked. Video footage - deleted but now obtained by Thaivisa - showed a Norwegian man being carried to a pick-up to be taken to hospital after what was said to be a shark attack at Sai Noi Beach in Prachuap Khirikhan. He had a bloody wound to his left foot. Doctors suggested that it was caused by a slip on barnacled rocks but fishermen in the area expressed no great surprise that it may be a shark attack that would be a first for the area. Phichet Wongkai said that a year ago he had caught two bull sharks in his net each weighing 30-40 kilos, reported Manager. Since then he said fishermen had seen sharks in increasing numbers in the waters off Hua Hin. He was shocked one had bitten a tourist but was hardly surprised suggesting that they were coming in closer to the shore to feed. For Phichet it was not a question of IF it was a shark but WHAT KIND attacked the tourist. In light of the shark attack claim the abbot of nearby Wat Tham Khao Tao added fuel to the fire. Phra Khru Bunyaphiram said that sharks had been coming close to the temple more and more recently. On Monday he took a video of sharks circling. He was not able to confirm that it was a shark attack but he called on the authorities to act fast in the light of the evidence. Sophon Thongdee of the Department of Coastal Resources said he could not confirm or deny if it was a shark attack yet but assured the public that his department were acting with urgency. A survey of the area was planned for today, Tuesday, with experts in a speedboat looking into the matter. Sophon said that if it was a shark attack it would be a first for the area. Hua Hin fisheries representative Amnat Fakteuan also suggested that it was too early to say but intimated that the evidence was mounting that it was indeed a shark attack on the tourist. No one has yet quoted the tourist about what he saw or felt. -- © Copyright Thai Visa News 2018-04-17