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Dr. Sutheera Uerpairojkit, a paediatrician at Ramathibodi Hospital, posted the story on her Facebook page of a secondary student who secretly brought cannabis to school in a water bottle and locked the classroom at lunchtime to smoke it, in the latest report of minors’ accessing the decriminalised drug.

 

Dr. Sutheera said that the story came to light during a conversation between a child psychiatrist and a teacher who witnessed the incident.

 

The teacher tried to stop the student, but the student threatened to punch the teacher.

 

Full Story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/thai-secondary-student-hides-cannabis-in-a-water-bottle-for-school/

 

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1 hour ago, snoop1130 said:

secondary student who secretly brought cannabis to school in a water bottle

Clever little s**t

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The parents, who agreed that their child should be sent for treatment, said that they were “supportive” of the use of cannabis, as they both sell it.

 

Apple not falling far from the tree and all that

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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The teacher tried to stop the student, but the student threatened to punch the teacher.

I thought it was supposed to make you mellow?

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Probable been doing this for a while only bad luck that he got caught this time.

Ban the thug from school.

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17 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Dr. Sutheera said that the story came to light during a conversation between a child psychiatrist and a teacher who witnessed the incident.

 

The teacher tried to stop the student, but the student threatened to punch the teacher.

Nice... future official in the making.

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16 hours ago, steven100 said:

yes very clever ....... no doubt an addict in the making one could say,   threatened to punch the teacher,  a fine example.  Wind the clock a few years forward and lets see where he's sleeping and what bridge he's begging from. 

1. This is a story told by 1 person to anther and then told again. I guess a court would classify it as hear say.

2. Cannabis is not physically addictive and it's not a gateway to hard drugs

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4 hours ago, kidneyw said:

I thought it was supposed to make you mellow?

A possible side effect of Cannabis is Paranoa which often leads to violence. Alcohol makes some people mellow and others aggressive. Both drugs release inhibitions so if someone is inherrently aggressive but inhibited from expressing that aggression by (for example) fear of retribution, taking weed or alcohol make them 'braver'.

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Bloody juvenile delinquent! Reminds me of hippie days. Friend's daughter went to third grade show-and-tell. The question was, what do your parents do after dinner? She put finger & thumb together, put it to her lips, had a noisy inhale. Teacher brought the kid home. Lucky she was a toker, too, eh!

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20 hours ago, RobU said:

A possible side effect of Cannabis is Paranoa which often leads to violence.

sigh

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