A senior male official in the education permanent secretary’s office accused of sexually harassing at least four temporary female staff members turned himself over to police Thursday, according to a police source.
Asadet Rattanaworaprasert, who is reportedly employed at a supervisory level at the state office, reported to Nonthaburi police to acknowledge charges of sexual harassment. He was questioned for two hours but declined to give a statement.
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