Chief of Cherng Talay local authority orders removal of PVC pipes from Phuket beach

PUBLISHED ON FRI, MAY 19, 2017 1:47 PM

Chief of Cherng Talay local authority orders removal of PVC pipes from Phuket beach

The Phuket News

 

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The pipes, marking what a restaurant owner believed to be the boundary of his land, have since been removed. Photo: Dean Lambert

 

PHUKET: -- A number of blue PVC pipes which had been pummelled into the sand at Bang Tao Beach last Saturday have been removed following orders from Chief of the Cherng Talay local authority to officials from Thalang Municipality.

 

Speaking to The Phuket News today (May 19), Chief of the Cherng Talay OrBorTor Ma-Ann Samran said that he was notified of the pipes being placed in the sand last Saturday.

 

“I was notified that a large number of blue pipes had been placed in the sand at Bang Tao Beach last weekend, and I believe the pipes were placed there by the owner of a restaurant who became upset after the Royal Thai Army inspected the beach line at Bang Tao Beach and the restaurant put the pipes there to mark their boundary,” Mr Ma-Ann said.

 

Full story: http://www.thephuketnews.com/chief-of-cherng-talay-local-authority-orders-removal-of-pvc-pipes-from-phuket-beach-62215.php

 
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