2018: The Tenth Google Translate Challenge
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the clip has negatively affected the image of Thai culture and that all parties involved with such behaviour should be punished, while asking police to give importance to this issue, for it destroys the country's reputation.At the same time:
Bang Rak district chief Surakiat Limcharoen filed complaint against three Thai women dancing topless during Songkran festival at Silom area together with their supporters and those releasing the trio's video clip on the internet. The complaints are to charge the three ladies, dancing topless on Friday night at the Silom-Narathiwat intersection area, with a fine of no more than Bt500 each for shameful behaviour in public, while their supporters are to be responsible by two-thirds of the trio's punishment. Those releasing the clip will face imprisonment of up to 5 years and fined up to Bt100,000 under the country's Computer Crime Act.Link: http://www.mcot.net/cfcustom/cache_page/196465.html
Is the outrage over the topless silom coyote girls and that they damaged the country's reputation because the girls weren't that pretty?I actually thought they were very sweet and really hope this has no adverse consequences for them.