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Thai man arrested for allegedly smuggling human semen into Laos

By The Nation

 

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A Thai man was arrested at a customs checkpoint in Nong Khai for allegedly smuggling six tubes of semen from two men stored in a nitrogen freezing tank.

 

Nithinon Srithaniyanan, 25, was arrested at the Thai-Laotian Friendship Bridge checkpoint in Nong Khai’s Muang district at 9am.

 

Customs officials searched Nithinon and found the tubes containing semen after they have spotted the man crossing the border several times carrying a large bag.

 

The man admitted that he had carried frozen semen tubes to a clinic in Laos 12 times and to a hospital and a clinic in Cambodia 13 times since last year. Each time he was paid Bt5,000.

 

Following the arrest, he was interrogated by Nimit Saeng-amphai, customs chief at the checkpoint, and Dr Chatchawal Ritthiti, deputy chief public health officer for Nong Khai.

 

The man produced doctors’ certificates saying the semen tubes belonged to Chinese and Vietnamese men but the authorities still arrested him for violating the technology-assisted fertilisation act that bans the export of human sperm, eggs and foetuses.

 

Nimit said customs officials had been monitoring Nithinon after he was spotted carrying a large bag while crossing the border at the Aranyaprathet checkpoint to Cambodia and the Nong Khai checkpoint to Laos.

 

The arrest was made on a tips-off that Nithinon would cross the border again yesterday morning.

 

Nithinon said he had hired by a half Thai-Japanese man, identified only as “Yu”.

 

Nimit said the selling of sperm and eggs or foetus was immoral and it was the first time that such an arrest was made.

 

Chatchawal said a lab test would later be performed on the seized tubes.

 

From an initial observation, it was believed that the semen would be used for in vitro fertilisation at a clinic, Chatchawal said. He said Thai doctors might cross the border to perform the fertilisation procedure.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/national/30312822

 
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Moonmoon    1,701

pay 8450THB for 2 bottles of brain health supplement. as bonus, organising a trip to Laos to donate semen. massage n happy endings included. Interested parties PM me.

PS: its not a ponzi scheme.

PS just in case,:please dont really PM me. 

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thequietman    3,407
18 minutes ago, jaltsc said:

"The man produced doctors’ certificates saying the semen tubes belonged to Chinese and Vietnamese men..."

 

If you need Chinese and Vietnamese sperm to improve your gene pool, you are in real trouble.

Yes, kinda puts a bad taste in your mouth thinking about it. :sick:

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sgracer    96
4 minutes ago, thequietman said:

He should have smuggled it in, in his ass.

 

or swallowed it

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thequietman    3,407
Just now, sgracer said:

 

or swallowed it

:sick:

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djayz    1,668

It's a sad day for mankind when we have to start exporting/importing sperm... 

What is the world coming to? 

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sgracer    96
11 minutes ago, thequietman said:

It upsets me to know that there was money to be made from this.

 

Just thinking about all that money that ran through my fingers.  :shock1:

 

I just lost 5000 bahts worth an hour ago

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HooHaa    4,616
15 minutes ago, sgracer said:

 

I just lost 5000 bahts worth an hour ago

check the tissue on the floor beside you.

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