Tourism yes, work NO!: Big Oud turns back Chinese man at airport!

Tourism yes, work NO!: Big Oud turns back Chinese man at airport!

 

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Picture: Naew Na

 

Naew Na reported that Thai Immigration were following the orders of their chief Lt-Gen Sompong "Big Oud" Chingduang in stopping people pretending to be tourists coming to work in Thailand.

 

Now they had turned their attention to the Chinese. 

 

They said that under the command of Pol Col Thanakrit Buncharoen a Chinese man had been refused a Visa on Arrival at Suvarnabhumi. 

 

Officers saw that the Chinese man - who was not named - had spent a long time in the past in Thailand. Far too long for the purposes of tourism that should be just 15 days. 

 

So he was suspected of working and was denied entry based on Article 12 (3).

 

Big Oud took over from Lt-Gen Surachate "Big Joke" Hakparn in April after the latter was transferred to a clerical job at the PM's office. 

 

Source: Naew Na

 

 

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