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Phuket sea gypsies charged for violating National Park Act

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Koh Panyi fishing village in Phang Nga Province

Koh Panyi sea gypsy fishing village in Phang Nga Province. Photo: Allerina & Glen MacLarty / flickr.

PHUKET: Six sea gypsies were arrested by Sirinat National Park officials yesterday after being accused of illegally catching marine life in a national park area.

One of the six sea gypsies arrested claims that they hadn’t caught marine life as they had been accused of, but had gone into the water to cure Decompression sickness (DCS).

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Eakkapop Thongtub
The Phuket News

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