Fake Phuket Governor Facebook page reported to police

PUBLISHED ON TUE, MAY 16, 2017 9:05 PM

Fake Phuket Governor Facebook page reported to police

The Phuket News

 

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Mr Suthee Keereedet (left), a member of Gov Norraphat’s administrative staff files the complaint with the deputy chief of Phuket City Police Lt Col Chana Suthimat.

 

PHUKET: -- Phuket Governor Norraphat Plodthong yesterday sent a member of his staff to Phuket City Police Station to report a Facebook page which has been used to impersonate the governor himself.

 

The complaint was filed after a Facebook page was set up on the night of May 9 with the name “Nopparat Nonthong” but using a profile photo of Gov Norraphat.

 

The Facebook user who set up the account is then alleged to have requested to be friends with reporters and local administrative officers and tried to convinced them that he/she is Gov Norraphat.

 

The complaint was filed yesterday (May 15) by Mr Suthee Keereedet, 32, a member of Gov Norraphat’s administrative staff and was received by the deputy chief of Phuket City Police Lt Col Chana Suthimat.

 

Mr Suthee said, “We believe that the person who has done this looks down on and loathes Gov Norraphat.

 

Full story: http://www.thephuketnews.com/fake-phuket-governor-facebook-page-reported-to-police-62171.php

 
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