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Cambodians feasting on Pattaya strays anger local dog lovers

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Cambodians feasting on Pattaya strays anger local dog lovers

 

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PATTAYA: -- Pattaya dog lovers went to the police after they found out that Cambodian construction workers were catching strays for their dinner.

 

Up to 30 had gone missing in recent weeks from a patch of waste ground behind a sports complex in Huay Yai sub-district where there is construction work taking place, reported 77Jowo.

 

But after police came no one was arrested - the Cambodians were just warned about eating dogs.

 

Mrs Orn-anong Capser, 38, said she visited the area daily with others to feed the strays and give them medical attention if needed. She had noticed that the dog population was going down by about one a day.

 

Then yesterday she saw a dog run out of the construction area where the Cambodians lived - it had a sling around its neck.

 

Another dog lover Wipharat Mingkhwan, 64, said she had seen the Cambodians chasing the dogs every day. Two men had even approached her about some dogs that she looked after wanting to buy them for food.

 

She told them "No Way!" and then in no uncertain terms that that was illegal in Thailand. The Cambodians then left with their tails between their legs.

 

Orn-Anong could stand the situation no longer, however, and she hot footed it to Nong Prue police who were quickly on the scene.

 

But if the animal lovers wanted an arrest of the foreign workers they were to be disappointed.

 

The police could not enter the construction site because it is run by the military. So it was decided just to talk to the Cambodians.

 

They were warned that this behavior was not acceptable in Thailand and that no more eating of dogs would be tolerated, reported 77Jowo.

 

Source: 77Jowo

 
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10 minutes ago, steven100 said:

So Mrs Om,   are you going to take responsibility for any dog that bites a child or attacks anyone  ......................    hmmmmmm    ?????      no .. I didn't think so    !!!!

 

she should be fined for not keeping her dogs locked up so they are not roaming .....

 

These type of people make me sick ......      they let these muts breed and don't give a damn about anything else .....  :post-4641-1156694606:

We have a soidog in our moobaan who tried to attack me last week.

 

Yesterday i saw another farang feeding it...:post-4641-1156693976:

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Man, I would get in to serious trouble if I caught them.  Snapping Cambodian twigs!

 

Leave the dogs alone!

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ID: 16   Posted (edited)

The Thais believe the Cambodians are eating reincarnated Thais (bad ones who have come back as dogs). This is too much for the Thais to stomach (no pun intended). It would be okay if they were Koreans. Loss of face.

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How pathetic. Next time someone is bitten hold the Thai lady responsible.
Please come down my soi so that I can ride my bicycle to the park without being attacked.
Do Cambodians eat pigeons. I'm thinking of getting a catapult

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Just now, 01322521959 said:

How pathetic. Next time someone is bitten hold the Thai lady responsible.
Please come down my soi so that I can ride my bicycle to the park without being attacked.
Do Cambodians eat pigeons. I'm thinking of getting a catapult

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bb guns are more accurate.

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Could always try the rats!

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