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Pattaya

Arrested drug dealer asks cops to apologize to his customers

Jomtien/Sattahip – An alleged drug dealer arrested at a Sattahip police checkpoint pleaded with officers to notify his customers and apologize about the deliveries he’ll be unable to make this past weekend in Jomtien. Chatpong Kiewracha, 34, was captured June 22 with 19.75 grams of crystal methamphetamine during at a traffic stop outside the Ambassador […]Read More

News

McDonald’s Thailand: One-hour time limit for customers

Buy your food, enjoy it and then leave please, says McDonald’s Thailand, which has now given its customers a one-hour time limit. McThai, the operator of the McDonald’s fast food chain in Thailand, has imposed a new rule prohibiting customers from loitering in their shops for more than one hour. The company is also requesting […]Read More

News

Rayong Ladyboy Arrested Tricked Children Into Prostitution

Police arrested a ladyboy and mamasan who were tricking children into prostitution and selling sexual services at many hotels in Klaeng area, Rayong RAYONG – June 3, 2012 [PDN]; Pol. Maj. Gen. Chawalit Sawaengpeuch, Commissioner, Mrs. Paweena Hongsakul, the Chairman of Paweena Hongsakul Foundation for Children and Women, reported on the arrest of Mr. Sitthichai […]Read More

Bangkok

Bangkok Taxi Driver Rapes Customer, ‘She Wore Shorts’ Says Driver

Bangkok Police arrested a taxi driver who had raped female passenger. The driver a sex offender who had been released for only three months after having been locked up for five years. BANGKOK – May 28, 2012 [PDN]; Pol. Col. Sitthiparp Baiprasert, Klongtan, police station, reported arresting Mr. Noppadol Tabanrai or “K” age 29. Occupation: […]Read More

Technology

DTAC: 3G services will continue without disruption

BANGKOK, 17 August 2011 (NNT)-Total Access Communication (DTAC) has assured its subscribers that its commercial 3G service will not be terminated, citing that no violation against its concession owner, CAT Telecom Public Company Limited, has been made. DTAC CEO Jon Eddy Abdullah said after meeting the Minister of Information and Communication Technology over the legal […]Read More

Technology

Thailand’s 3G battle set to begin as Real Move and

The Thai 3G-service battle looks set to intensify as Real Move and its 3G partner CAT Telecom are expected to announce the launches of commercial 3G services today and Wednesday, respectively. Advanced Info Service (AIS) is also expected to fully launch 3G-900 MHz services this month. After the official launch of Real Move’s services, TrueMove […]Read More