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Why warn about that? They are getting help from people, to show that they are at least good doing something. With their terrible state of affairs, I recommend that they see it as good commercial. At least it´s not killing someone.

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I wonder if they'll crackdown on the (actual) schoolgirls wearing, or at least partially wearing their (actual) uniforms.  Oh wait....this is all about protecting the (and I'm being generous here) integrity of the BIB, Dogfaces, Swabbies, and Flyboys.

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30 minutes ago, JohnOFphon said:

I wonder if someone has to sit through hours and hours of videos to find the offensive ones?

Must be a ..hard...job.

 

Was hard a typo ?

Or  Same Same but different.  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

cosplaying as a police officer or other official is against Thai law and could see those offending the rules face significant fines and even jail time or charges of violating the Computer Crimes Act.

 

So all those lakorn, comedy and thai films which portray police are "against thai law"?

 

And is it a thai law, or just a liberal application of the CCA?

 

 

Might as well just make everything illegal. 

 

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Royal Thai Police warn against “cosplay” of police on OnlyFans, other media

Dear RTP, I made it easier for you:

Royal Thai Police warns against everything anywhere at any time. They also advise you not to panic.

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

Bangkok, Thailand-The Royal Thai Police (RTP) warned this evening through a spokesperson that their continued audit of obscene behavior in regards to OnlyFans and similar services continues, specifically now warning against “cosplay” as police, army, or government officials.

This is directed towards whom? Everyone in the world?

 

Is the Thailand Royal Police the international online police now?

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59 minutes ago, klauskunkel said:

Dear RTP, I made it easier for you:

Royal Thai Police warns against everything anywhere at any time. They also advise you not to panic.

... and to 'mail' your regular brown envelopes in time, so that their good work can go on.

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ohh, so it is the cosplay on onlyfans etc that is hurting the image of the RTP

 

stupid me, i was thinking it was the rampant corruption and cirmminal behavior of the cops that was at fault.

 

lesson learned...

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6 hours ago, bbko said:

"This follows a general crackdown on what the RTP calls obscene and pornographic content on OnlyFans and similar services..."

 

Sounds like a good name for a military cosplayer on OnlyFans..."General Crackdown"

Or ''down a generals crack'' ? lol

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Is this only for dressing up in police uniform, or can one dress up as Police in civilian clothes? And then go to Cha Am beach to make a movie...

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Sometimes it is better for all to just be quiet and not make any statements at all.

 

This is one of those times…

 

Anyway seems we will have to stop the breath-control play for a while… 😞

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