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BANGKOK 13 December 2018 21:48
webfact

Net Idol arrested for e-cigarette faces 5 years saying police treatment "over the top"

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4 hours ago, thaifan01 said:

Yup, they are illegal. And so is prostitution as well...  :shock1:

 

Only if it is done "impolitely":

 

"Sexual intercourse, or any other act, or the commission of any other act in order to gratify the sexual desire of another person in a promiscuous manner in return for money or any other benefit, irrespective of whether the person who accepts the act and the person who commits the act are of the same sex or not." However, a clear definition of the phrase "in a promiscuous manner" is not provided.[25]

Under the act, persons who solicit sex "in an open and shameless manner" (a phrase that is not clearly defined), or who are "causing nuisance to the public" are subject to a fine of no more than 1,000 baht,"

 

Which is why it endures and flourishes.

 

Fill yer boots lads.......but out of sight and "nicely".

 

 

 

 

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5 Years !, While farmers and villagers burn farm waste with impunity,

while effecting many 1000's of people up here in Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai,

 

regards worgeordie

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4 hours ago, onera1961 said:

Is e-Cig illegal in Thailand? I have seen vendors openly selling in Sukumvit sidewalk.

Yes I agree its legal to sell them, but not legal to use then, Only Thailand - GO figure aye

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I say once again: Complete idiots are running this country.

5 hours ago, webfact said:

 

But a top lawyer said that she could still face 5 years in jail and a fine of four times the value of the vaping equipment and fluid that was found hidden in the console of her car.

Insane. Hidden in the console. I never knew that car consoles were for hiding things. Stupid, stupid, stupid people.

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2 hours ago, irwinfc said:

last i checked, attempting to kill someone on thailand was also illegal. but it almost always costs a mere 500 baht fine with a "no harm no foul" send off by the police. 10 years and 500k for e-cigs? if memory serves from the DLT seminar to renew a license,  the penalty for a drunk driver who kills someone on the road  is 10 years imprisonment and 200k. life can be really cheap sometimes.

it seems almost as of current regime is only catering to the needs of their corporate elite puppet masters. aka the bangkok elite.

threaten the tobacco industry you shall not.

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Concealed in console of the car 

That's not hiding anything putting it under seat or somewhere you 

Really neec to look is concealing 

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Totally and absolutely ridiculous.

Something considered by many as a safer alternative to the real thing is treated as criminal.

I have long given up trying to understand Thai logic.

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She will be the "made an example of. " Could be her mouth (and her looks together) was the thing that instigated the battle of how is the real almighty. 

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6 hours ago, thaifan01 said:

Here we go again, bring the popcorn  :partytime2:   I can't see the case here, really.

The socalled internet celeb broke the law and got caught. Then she refused to follow orders from the police, so she needed some help - no wrongdoing from RTP at all in my opinion.

The poor "celeb" was probably drugged up on meth as well, and that could explain her behaviour

"The poor "celeb" was probably drugged up on meth as well, and that could explain her behaviour."

Really? What bag did you pull that one out of? 

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3 minutes ago, Graemej100 said:

"The poor "celeb" was probably drugged up on meth as well, and that could explain her behaviour."

Really? What bag did you pull that one out of? 

I pulled it out of the bag called experience. Actually, it was my first thought that came to me when I watched the video and the "net idol" appeared. Then add her behaviour, why the police searched her vehicle at the first place. But, only a thought, hopefully I am wrong   

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Totally and absolutely ridiculous.
Something considered by many as a safer alternative to the real thing is treated as criminal.
I have long given up trying to understand Thai logic.

I agree but Thailand is not alone..some countries in Europe are imposing a sugar tax on soft drinks but also on soft drinks with sweetners such as aspartane... break my clump :)


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1 hour ago, The Teacher said:

Yes I agree its legal to sell them, but not legal to use then, Only Thailand - GO figure aye

Its NOT legal to sell, use or import e-sigarettes in Thailand. 

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well done, put her in jail and throw the keys!

those are the real problems that afflict thailand!

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