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Social Media Backlash Forces TrueOnline To Unblock PornHub

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Social Media Backlash Forces TrueOnline To Unblock PornHub

They shut pubs, banned booze, hit happy endings on the head, told the nation to stay at home, and everyone took it on the chin, complained a bit and got on with life but when PornHub was pulled by TrueOnline this week Thai citizens were ready to take to the streets of the capital for a mass protest.

The social media backlash against one of the countries biggest ISPs after they blocked access to the world’s #1 adult video site PornHub was so big, bosses at TrueOnline had no other option than do a u-turn saying it was all a big misunderstanding and there had been some sort of mistake.

Twitter user @wanpedkarbkarb started the whole thing on Monday when he complained True were blocking access to his go-to site for some home alone relief.

The official account @true_online replied: “True Internet restricts access to Pornhub. We block our service to inappropriate content websites”.

Cue the shit storm.

Users asked were the internet giants their parents? Were they now going to only start hiring virgins? Are we no longer allowed to get horny?

The comments just kept on coming and management at True HQ must have been in a spin as millions of customers were being urged to boycott the company and take their business to another ISP who were happy to let the masses masturbate in the privacy of their own homes during the curfew.

Within hours boners were back on the allowed list when True flipped the censorship switch putting PornHub back online for their customers.

“The admin would like to apologise for the misinformation. The website is not blocked. If you have any problems accessing it, please contact us for further inspection,” the company tweeted on their official account.

Pornography is illegal in Thailand and adult sex sites are in fact supposed to be banned but with eyes elsewhere online, nobody downloading or watching PornHub has been hit with a five years jail term or a fine of up to 100,000 baht for cracking one off at home.

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Chemical Engineer Caught Running ‘E’ And Meth Lab In Nonthaburi

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Breaking Bad Thailand Edition

A chemical engineer who turned to producing Ecstacy pills and crystal meth at his condo in Nonthaburi was arrested this morning by officers from the Narcotics Suppression Bureau.

The Saturday morning raid on a building in Bang Kruai District, Nonthaburi was led by Police General Manu Makemok, Deputy Commissioner General, Royal Thai Police and Police Lieutenant General Montree Yimyaem, commissioner of the Narcotics Suppression Bureau.

Inside the apartment, the prime suspect, 42-year-old suspect Patiwet “Heisenberg” Suwankiri was apprehended.

Drug production equipment and chemical precursors were seized along with 20,000 Ecstacy tablets and 50 grams of crystal meth.

Breaking Bad Thailand Edition

Breaking Bad Thailand Edition

Police General Manu said that the Narcotics Suppression Bureau got a tip that there was a group of pill producers who sold E tablets to entertainment venues in Bangkok.

A surveillance operation was set up and pinpointed Prayoon Thapinna as the dealer. He was taken in for questioning and soon after he folded like a deckchair telling cops who “Heisenberg” was.

During questioning “Heisenberg” was evasive saying he sold the drugs to tourists and that he imported the chemical precursors from online dealers.

Police dismissed both explanations as tourism in Thailand is virtually non-existent due to Covid-19 and the chemicals and tools needed to produce the E and meth have been on a banned list for many years.

He did admit to producing the drugs in his apartment saying he used the knowledge from when he studied chemical engineering

Investigators are working to find more people involved in the operation as the set-up was capable of producing around 3,000 tablets per day.

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CCSA Overturn BMA Order To Reopen Parks, Other Businesses

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CCSA Overturn BMA Order To Reopen Parks

The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration has overturned the plan by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration to allow five types of businesses and venues, including public parks and beauty salons, to open June 1.

Following the BMA Communicable Disease Committee meeting on Monday it was announceed that restrictions on traditional Thai massage parlours, museums, public parks, botanical gardens, learning centres, spas, nail and beauty salons and tattoo parlours would be lifted.

The news was welcomed by many with business owners getting to work in preperation for the sudden rreopening.

Then came the infamous flip-flop by the government when it was reported the CCSA had put the plan on hold for at least a further 14 days.

No reason was given for the sudden change.

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Public Parks In Bangkok Reopening Jun 1

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Public Parks In Bangkok Reopening Jun 1

This order was later overturned by the CCSA and the plan has been put on hold for at least a further 14 days.

Following a meeting of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration Communicable Disease Committee today, it has been announced that public parks in the capital can reopen from June 1.

The committee, chaired by Governor Aswin, also lifted restrictions on traditional Thai massage parlours, museums, botanical gardens, learning centres, spas, nail and beauty salons and tattoo parlours.

Other establishments currently shuttered are to remain closed until at least June 14, 2021.

CCSA Overturn BMA Order To Reopen Parks

Public Parks In Bangkok Reopening Jun 1

The news comes despite the capital reporting over 1,300 Covid-cases on Monday, however, the current crop of clusters are in migrant worker camps and wet markets.

While most welcomed the news that parks will reopen allowing outdoor exercise again, dozens in the expat community continued to grumble that gyms and fitness centres will remain closed.

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