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Jonathan Fairfield

Videos: Pattaya YouTuber highlights rubbish....and the seedy backstreets

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Videos: Pattaya YouTuber highlights rubbish....and the seedy backstreets

 

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Image: Screenshot via Manager

 

Manager reported that a YouTuber known for his site called "Steff's Thailand Travel" had highlighted the issue of trash at the resort.

 

A video showed apparent police indifference to people tossing trash in the Arunothai/Bongkot area of central Pattaya.

 

It was filmed last year, they said, but nothing has changed. 

 

 

Another video by the same vlogger features "The unknown secret bars and side sois of Walking Street".

 

This concentrates on an area where Steff claims there are "rare Indian lady boys". 

 

The site indicates Steff has more than 9,000 subscribers. 

 

The garbage video (the one about the trash that is) was viewed 2,000 times. 

 

This isn't the first time the issue of people of dumping trash on Soi Arunothai has been highlighted.

 

Earlier this month, a concerned expat and local resident sent footage to Thaivisa which showed two men fly tipping on Soi Arunothai.

 

The men, who appeared not to notice or care that they were being filmed could be seen dumping purple and green sofas on the side of the road.

 

 
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Indian ladyboys?

look like ordinary Thais throwing out high end furniture 

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Yes Thailand wake up we tourists share our info about your dirty and corrupt country not only YouTube every social networks and you can't shut it down 

WAKE UP 

Clean your country up NOW 

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What a sad bar steward.  Sad view, sad life. Jump.

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3 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

I just completed a 1300 kilometer motorcycle trip in Thailand.

 

Trash piled up everywhere on the side of the road.

 

Sad.

 

 

Why are you complaining?  It was not everywhere, and not on the road it was "only"  on the side of the road. :whistling:Pfffff Farang never happy!

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2 hours ago, peperobi said:

Everywhere the same!

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No, not everywhere, not in Koh Samui at least! The proof? This picture of the back of a house in Bohput (inhabited, people are living behind this door)

 

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I stayed at this place for a couple visits in a row...luckily I had the courtyard view....actually low cost nice place... 

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Said to my wife a number of years ago that if she could walk 10 feet without travelling past some roadside trash I would give her 100 baht -  she not collected yet - and if you know Thai women and money, you'll know how hard she is trying to still win that bet !

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47 minutes ago, Cranky said:

What a sad bar steward.  Sad view, sad life. Jump.

I think the point is that if he jumped he'd land on a disgusting - but soft - pile of trash !

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16 hours ago, Tchooptip said:

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No, not everywhere, not in Koh Samui at least! The proof? This picture of the back of a house in Bohput (inhabited, people are living behind this door)

 

You right! Samui is totally clean, especially on the Hua Thanon beach!

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On 6/21/2018 at 5:05 PM, RichardColeman said:

Said to my wife a number of years ago that if she could walk 10 feet without travelling past some roadside trash I would give her 100 baht -  she not collected yet - and if you know Thai women and money, you'll know how hard she is trying to still win that bet !

I went ten-pin bowling with my Thai wife who had never played before.  Her first two bowls went in the gulley.   I told her if she beat my score I'd give her 100 baht; so she did.  2nd game I thought she'll get tired so I doubled up the money.  She not only beat my score but achieved the 2nd highest total of our party!  (There were 16 of us on four lanes.)

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