Tags : Stress

Bangkok

Bangkok cabbie relieved stress by firing stones at cars, buses,

A 48-year-old taxi driver charged with using a slingshot to fire stones at buses, cars and restaurants in Bangkok has told police he was stressed out and felt a need to vent his feelings. Phaiwan Aechaiyaphum was arrested at a rented room in Suksawat area late Wednesday night, Pol Lt Gen Phukphong Phongpetra, chief of […]Read More

News

Over half of the captive tigers taken from the Tiger

Eighty-six out of a total of 147 tigers kept at two wildlife breeding stations in Ratchaburi province after they were confiscated from a forest monastery in Thailand’s western province of Kanchanaburi about three years ago have died from Laryngeal tongue paralysis. A well-informed source told Thai PBS that some of the tigers were diagnosed of […]Read More

Bangkok

Bangkokians say hot weather effects emotion: Survey

BANGKOK, May 14 – Three-fourths of the Thai capital’s residents responding to a poll said that the ongoing searing hot weather this summer season has affected their emotion, according to results released by a NIDA Poll. The National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) conducted an opinion survey on the people’s feelings related to the scorching […]Read More

Pattaya

‘Mad’ Norwegian Pours Out His Stuff At Pattaya Police Station

A Norwegian man under mental strsss emptied his luggage in front of Pattaya police station. The police was speechless. They kept his belongings and are waiting for the Norwegian to return. Pattaya, August 28, 2011[PDN]; Pol. Lt. Col. Ratta Pratumkaew Deputy Superintendent Pattaya Police was notified about was a confused foreigner pouring out his luggage; […]Read More

Bangkok

Bangkok citizens remain under stress: Suan Dusit Poll

BANGKOK, 18 July 2011 (NNT) – Majority of Bangkok city dwellers remain stressful since the situation after the 3 July general election is still unclear, plus persistent of economic stress, according to a recent survey by Suan Dusit Poll of Suan Dusit Rajabhat University. The survey was conducted with 1,292 respondents residing in Bangkok and […]Read More

Pattaya

Swiss man found hung in Pattaya

Pattaya, Chon Buri – A 60-year-old Swiss man was found hung in a house in this seaside town Thursday. The body of Steineer Rolf Anton was found by his younger sister in a house in Bang Lamung district. The sister said Anton has been living at the house for four years. She said she arrived […]Read More

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Nine Thai policemen killed in suicide in 18 months

During the past 18 months, nine policemen shot themselves to death over personal problems including those related to family and illnesses. The latest suicide took place last Thursday when Pol Capt Phumisak Racho, Metropolitan Police Bureau’s Children, Juveniles and Women Division, killed himself inside his Benz sedan. This commissioned policeman was just 35 years old. […]Read More

Isan

Mental illnesses prevalent among Thai-Cambodian border residents after clashes

BANGKOK, 15 February 2011 (NNT) – The Ministry of Public Health has found several Thai-Cambodian border residents suffering from mental illnesses following the recent border clashes and has tasked village health volunteers to take care of them. Public Health Minister Jurin Laksanawisit reported that 72 mobile medical units had been dispatched to Thai-Cambodian border provinces […]Read More