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tandor    289
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9 hours ago, colinneil said:

Hardly the crime of the century, is what i posted.

I never said ignore it, there are a lot more serious things going on that require police attention.

..well easy to say...but you can't be everywhere at once..you can only act on the public's complaint or find them offending, which is quite difficult...weed out the corrupt and non-performers ..the remainder aren't doing such a bad job for the training they get.

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Elkski    274

Darn it not Americans.   For 30$ US they have a ticket record to put in the family album.    Next thing you know it's penthouse or talk show offers. 

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Catkiwi    210
10 hours ago, Psimbo said:

So- we just ignore public indecency then do we? What if you had kids and they had seen it? 

You cant see anything on the vid. Such moral high ground. 

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Catkiwi    210
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4 hours ago, jenifer d said:

yup!!!

and just another example of the same "f--- you & your culture, we'll do whatever we want, we're on holiday" attitude pervasive to so many Westerners, especially (but not limited to) those under 30, that causes them to walk along the roads, into shops, and ride on motorcycles in bikinis and swimsuits, even though EVERY single guidebook re Thailand tells them that it is a cultural taboo , a BIG no-no; every time somebody does something such as this they are flippantly thumbing their nose at Thai culture and sensibilities...

 

where have the morals & standards- and basic human decency- gone?!?!?!? :sick:

Its a bloody beach resort for goodness sake! Never mind your moral indignation, how about the hundreds of fish bowls or go go bars where everyone is wearing a bikini or not? Get over it.

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Come on . Doing it in a tuk tuk? Gotta be the most uncomfortable location of all time . Obviously not after a good time just a quick time!!

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whaleboneman    748
9 hours ago, humqdpf said:

OK, I don't know which country you are from but I am guessing that your country would impose a lot more tougher punishment on these two. While the law on nudity in your Western country may be more lax than in Thailand, the law on sex in public in a very public place where it is likely to be seen by children is likely to attract very serious charges under various sex offender laws.

 

With such clear evidence as is available in this case, you will be found guilty and then placed on some sort of sex offenders' list, the consequences of which can be catastrophic - travel bans (your country will withhold passport) for an extended period of time, having to live for years in locations far from schools or other places where children are (even though the offence did not involve children, the strong probability that children could see the act could include that element in the post sentence scenario). Such locations are usually terrible, far from any amenity and where your only neighbours are, you guessed it, most likely to be pedophiles!

 

Good luck getting many jobs; in some countries that would include most jobs (in the USA, the offence would be classed as a felony and it is really hard to get a job as a felon, especially with sex offence attached to your record).

 

So, while you don't consider such activities to be serious crimes, the law enforcement agencies in most developed countries do. Yes, it does not involve molesting underage girls which, all other things being equal, is more serious but then the BIB have already arrested a senior officer in relation to this crime with more arrests to follow.

 

Yes, it is always the case that there are more serious crimes going on than the one in question - that is true of every country -  but why should Thailand be encouraged to ignore what went on in public in that Tuk Tuk when it would be taken very seriously elsewhere? It is bad enough that the perpetrators were fined a miserable amount of less than 500 Baht each.

My, you seem to know a lot about this subject. 

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oldlakey    579
5 hours ago, jenifer d said:

yup!!!

and just another example of the same "f--- you & your culture, we'll do whatever we want, we're on holiday" attitude pervasive to so many Westerners, especially (but not limited to) those under 30, that causes them to walk along the roads, into shops, and ride on motorcycles in bikinis and swimsuits, even though EVERY single guidebook re Thailand tells them that it is a cultural taboo , a BIG no-no; every time somebody does something such as this they are flippantly thumbing their nose at Thai culture and sensibilities...

 

where have the morals & standards- and basic human decency- gone?!?!?!? :sick:

Good question jenifer d, where do you suggest I start looking Mae Hong son  ?????????

Your response to this Holiday incident involving  CONSENTING ADULTS, with no children in sight would suggest

You must be a very troubled person with whats being revealed there, unless of course you never remove the blinkers

 

 

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oldlakey    579
42 minutes ago, fordguy61mi said:

First colluding with the Trump campaign and now this! Darn Russians!!

Its a good job they lost the race to get the first man on the moon, other wise we would never have got non-stick frying pans

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oldlakey    579
1 hour ago, Revolutionary said:

Come on . Doing it in a tuk tuk? Gotta be the most uncomfortable location of all time . Obviously not after a good time just a quick time!!

That exactly explains the different mind set of a 20 year old compared to a on his way out seventy year old

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wakeupplease    1,586
17 hours ago, Thechook said:

No sex please, we're Thai.

That is a Thai female in the photo is it not?

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Stargrazer9889    893

So it was a Russian involved with this incident,  don't forget that the ruble is crap these days and the poor

guy may not have had enough money for a room. 555, Another quality tourist.. 

Geezer

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Italian guy    140

I'm sure once at the police station they asked the couple a reenactment of the crime... :cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy::cheesy: 

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cyberfarang    3,289
19 hours ago, williamgeorgeallen said:

is it really that big a deal? kids are watching worse on the internet daily. 500thb fine seems about the right fine for something that does not really matter. glad the cops did not have to waste too much of their time on solving this issue. there are still many people out there riding scooters with no helmets who need to be fined.

It`s a recent craze started in Britain known as dogging. Dogging is a British slang term of having sex in public while other people watch or can see. One couple actually starting having sex while in a queue at a Burger King in the United States. Just another sick trend for a claim to fame in the media and to gain views and likes on Youtube and facebook.

 

A 500 baht fine and this couple are glorifying in the attention they are seeking. All this will do is encourage other sick minded people to do the same and to make headlines for themselves.  It`s just a form of thugish anti social behaviour that should not be encouraged or become acceptable as something trivial.  Boundaries should be drawn has to how people should behave in public and these acts go well beyond what is defined as public decency. 

 

 

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