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‘House of Pigeons’ on Soi Udomsuk finally cleaned up

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Phra Sumen Fort in Bangkok

Squalid living quarters near Phra Sumen Fort in Bangkok. Photo: shankar s.


A house in Soi Udomsuk on Sunthornvinitchai Road has been known as the ‘House of Pigeons’ for more than a decade.

However, the owner, Weerasak Sunthornjamorn, 60, was not loved by his neighbours and passersby due to a massive number of birds roosting on electrical wires outside his house and huge piles of droppings in and around the area.

After retirement last year, Weerasak became a scavenger and kept what he found in garbage dumps at his house.

Full story: The Nation

By The Nation


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