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Police admit shutting down charity handout in violation of Covid-19 regulations

 

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The RTP's deputy national spokesman has admitted that the metropolitan police filed charges against a group of people who handed out food and money to around 100 people in the Hualampong area of Bangkok last week. 

 

Fighting broke out in the queues and there was no proper social distancing at the handout on Krung Kasem Road.

 

So the Phlap Phlachai police went to investigate and closed it down and are prosecuting the organisers for breaking the rules on congregating according to the emergency decree. 

 

This happened on Sunday 12th April. 

 

Pol Col Krissana Pattanacharoen urged charitable organisations to tell the authorities about handouts so that proper arrangements can be made to comply with the decree. 

 

Regarding the fighting at the event, a complaint has been lodged with the police by the victim and an investigation is ongoing. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

 

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Prosecuting the organizers... Pathetic, thats what it is pathetic.

People trying to help others being victimized by the normally useless police force.😡

Advice/ assistance should have been offered, not persicution.

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So the charitable people organised the event to start with the specific intent of starting a brawl and to flout the association rules ? Get real RTP and go and stop some real crimes.
At worst they were naive, at best they should be given medals.
 

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 - Have all of the "congregation" problems been solved at all of The Immigration Offices in the country ?

 

(I haven't seen any of the "group-photos" for the past few weeks.)

 

 

 

 

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i would suggest you keep it open the next time and protect everyone as they receive free food and keep from starving to death. 

 

Serve and protect

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1 hour ago, andersonat said:

Have all of the "congregation" problems been solved at all of The Immigration Offices in the country ?

Mostly solved after "the democratic soldier"  finally issued a (partial at least) amnesty.

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5 hours ago, colinneil said:

Prosecuting the organizers... Pathetic, thats what it is pathetic.

People trying to help others being victimized by the normally useless police force.😡

Advice/ assistance should have been offered, not persicution.

It's not "pathetic", chaos and fighting ensued at this event.  Advice and assistance would have been offered if the organisers had bothered to tell the authorities of their plans as they are required to do in the current circumstances...

"Pol Col Krissana Pattanacharoen urged charitable organisations to tell the authorities about handouts so that proper arrangements can be made to comply with the decree". 

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12 hours ago, cmsally said:

Well it seems the police have a lot of spare time on their hands, so why don't they volunteer their services to keep the queues in order.

Your talking "common sense" now...not something folks here understand too well  :whistling:

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11 minutes ago, The Word said:

It's not "pathetic", chaos and fighting ensued at this event.  Advice and assistance would have been offered if the organisers had bothered to tell the authorities of their plans as they are required to do in the current circumstances...

"Pol Col Krissana Pattanacharoen urged charitable organisations to tell the authorities about handouts so that proper arrangements can be made to comply with the decree". 

So we are to take it your not hungry, got plenty of money, dont give a rats a++e about others.😡

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There is another one in Phuket town who didn't notify the powers that be, I saw the photo's on FB OMG there was no control people are getting desperate but it is something the government should be doing handing out food to it citizens and there are people not getting food because these charities have run out.

So, standing in that que for hours and not get anything

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6 hours ago, cmsally said:

Well it seems the police have a lot of spare time on their hands, so why don't they volunteer their services to keep the queues in order.

That would require thinking outside the box.

 

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1 hour ago, ebean001 said:

i would suggest you keep it open the next time and protect everyone as receive free food and keep from starving to death. 

Royal Thai Police motto

" TO SERVE AND PROTECT "

Pathetic bunch of wasters

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7 hours ago, cmsally said:

Well it seems the police have a lot of spare time on their hands, so why don't they volunteer their services to keep the queues in order.

They have, but need to be informed in advance where the hand-outs are going to be, the onus is on the organisers.

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instead of shutting it down how about the police call in their mates that are wasting time chasing a girl that had a vibrating egg for fun, and get them over to help crowd control.

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1 hour ago, colinneil said:

So we are to take it your not hungry, got plenty of money, dont give a rats a++e about others.😡

There you go. Ask people to follow the law and the ones who always moan the law never gets followed now want the law to be ignored.

Who knows next time someone ends up getting stabbed to death and it'll be the laws fault for allowing an event to go ahead they knew nothing about.

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The officers should have found who the organizers are and remind 

them the guidelines to be followed....  if they cooperate no issues

all good. 

 

The fight should be dealt with under policies..

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23 hours ago, cmsally said:

Well it seems the police have a lot of spare time on their hands, so why don't they volunteer their services to keep the queues in order.

Bloody good suggestion, useless as teats on a male bovine. 

 

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20 hours ago, colinneil said:
20 hours ago, The Word said:

It's not "pathetic", chaos and fighting ensued at this event.  Advice and assistance would have been offered if the organisers had bothered to tell the authorities of their plans as they are required to do in the current circumstances...

"Pol Col Krissana Pattanacharoen urged charitable organisations to tell the authorities about handouts so that proper arrangements can be made to comply with the decree". 

So we are to take it your not hungry, got plenty of money, dont give a rats a++e about others.

The point I made was a response to the very different question you raised about the police being "pathetic".  You can "take" what you like from something that I didn't say, that's entirely up to you.

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