Foreigner seen beating young child after dispute over 10-baht fee

PUBLISHED ON TUE, MAY 16, 2017 7:11 PM

Foreigner seen beating young child after dispute over 10-baht fee

Kongleaphy Keam

 

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PHUKET:-- A Facebook user has offered a reward of 5,000 baht to anyone who can help him find a foreigner who fought with a toilet attendant and refused to pay a 10 baht fee to use a toilet on Bangla road.

Videos and photographs of six foreigners – three men and three women – were recorded on CCTV cameras installed at the facility. They were posted by a user named ‘Tohee Seesa’ earlier this month. 

In the video, one of the men is repeatedly seen hitting and shoving a young boy into the wall. 

 

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