A Thailand woman decided to get revenge on a cheating boyfriend after he refused to get back together. Now the man needs to ride the bus to and from work.
Bangkok: A young woman set fire to a bike she had given as a gift to avenge her ex-boyfriend. Kanok Van, a 36 – year – old Bangkok resident, set fire to a bike worth Rs 23 lakh, which was gifted to her ex – boyfriend. Scenes of a young woman entering the parking area of a school building and setting her bike on fire are going viral on social media.
The meeting was reportedly held in Bangkok last Monday. According to the English news channel Times Now, the girl decided to take revenge after her ex-boyfriend refused to reunite. The woman reached the parking area and poured petrol on her ex-boyfriend’s bike and set it on fire.
This would have been a more interesting story if it was a motorcycle instead of a moped; which is funny because the offender seems a lot like a moped. “Mopeds are fun, but you don’t want your buddies to see you riding one.”
A giant monitor lizard decided to take a load off by entering a 7-11 store and climbing on the shelves.
A giant monitor lizard measuring about six feet long walked into a 7-11 convenience store in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand, and proceeded to the drink cooler. Apparently not finding anything of liking, the determined reptile then turned to a shelf filled with all sorts of snacks and began climbing to the top.
The lizard, who emerged from a nearby canal, appeared to be trying to get closer to either the warmth of the lightbulb or perhaps to cool down next to the air conditioner.
Wonder what a six-foot long monitor lizard asks for at the 7-11? A Slurpee, a Big Bite, or human flesh?
Meet Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi. (Yeah, I think I’ll just call her Cindy.)
Cindy is the consort of King Vajiralongkorn of Thailand, and recently she has fallen out of favor with her liege. Why, you ask? Apparently this delicious specimen tried to usurp the queen’s power.
Thailand’s King Vajiralongkorn has stripped his royal consort of her rank and titles over “misbehaviour and disloyalty against the monarch”. She was appointed in July, just two months after the king’s marriage to Queen Suthida, his fourth wife.
An official announcement said Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi was “ambitious” and had tried to “elevate herself to the same state as the queen”. “The royal consort’s behaviours were considered disrespectful,” it said.
Sineenat, who was a major-general and is a trained pilot, nurse and bodyguard, was the first person to be awarded the title of Royal Noble Consort in nearly a century.
Guys, if you search for Cindy on teh innernetz, you will not be disappointed. Honestly, I’m surprised the king didn’t jettison his wife – by catapult – in favor of this fantastic lass.
In a completely predictable move, U.S. “allies” are conspiring with Iran to get around America’s nuclear sanctions. With friends like these, who needs enemas?
Iranian leaders disclosed on Tuesday that they had recently held high-level meetings with European Union nations and leaders in India and Thailand to explore options for skirting new U.S. sanctions.
Iran’s efforts and the warm reception it is receiving from many nations has roiled leaders on Capitol Hill, where some lawmakers are already moving to confront these countries and ensure they face harsh repercussions for any breach of U.S. sanction law.
Meetings with leaders in India are said to have gone particularly well for Iran, sparking outrage in the United States where these same Indian leaders have been pleading with the Trump administration to boost relations. India and China have already vowed to continue purchasing Iranian crude oil, despite the Trump administration’s crackdown.
Many of our “NeverTrump” betters in the media have been railing against what they believe to be President Trump’s isolationism. Ironically, it is America’s allies who are forcing the isolationist hand with stunts like these.
Maybe sanctions against China, India, and the EU will make them fall back into line?
2017: “We’re the most f**ked up year evah!” 2018: “Hold my beer.”
A Bangkok clinic that has drawn 100 men a month to its penis whitening service has caused a stir in Thailand, with social media users both baffled and alarmed by the phallic fad.
The Lelux Hospital, renowned for its body whitening expertise in a country obsessed with skin color, began offering the unconventional treatment six months ago after a male customer complained of “dark parts” on his groin.
The procedure, which uses laser whitening, got wide play on Thai television and social media after the hospital released images of a man undergoing the treatment.
The procedure costs $650 for five sessions, which is a lot of money to spend on whitening privilege.
An Irish man and an American woman literally prayed for forgiveness after being caught kneeling at the altar in Thailand.
An Irish tourist caught enjoying oral sex in public while on holidays has been fined €50 after handing himself into local cops.
A video of the chap having his todger tended to by a bikini-clad American lass went viral this month after the couple were caught red-handed by furious locals. The mucky movie begins with a woman shouting “hello, hello” after spotting the pair. A man calls out: “What are you doing here, why you f***ing outside here?”
After apologizing to authorities on Phi Phi Island the couple sucked up their punishment — accepting a fine of 2000 baht for acting inappropriately in public.
Wait a minute, Thailand – the sex capital of the free world and host to hoors and ladyboys – was outraged over two skinny white people testing their gag reflex? What year is this?
By the way, the Irish man also apologized and paid a $50 fine to the American woman for his tiny penis.
When it comes to dinner, there is nothing I love more than seafood. My all-time favorite is shrimp – or “skrimps,” as we say in work. I can eat skrimps 24/7, 365 days a year. They’re that delicious.
This week, a story broke which claims the delicious skrimps we all enjoy are prepared by slave labor. You’d think that would turn me off. Meh.
Every morning at 2 a.m., they heard a kick on the door and a threat: Get up or get beaten. For the next 16 hours, No. 31 and his wife stood in the factory that owned them with their aching hands in ice water. They ripped the guts, heads, tails and shells off shrimp bound for overseas markets, including grocery stores and all-you-can-eat buffets across the United States.
More than 2,000 trapped fishermen have been freed this year as a result of an ongoing Associated Press investigative series into slavery in the Thai seafood industry. The reports also have led to a dozen arrests, millions of dollars’ worth of seizures and proposals for new federal laws.
So how is this going to affect the skrimp availability? Look, humans can be replaced, but my skrimps cannot. You can find potential slaves anywhere, especially in Thailand’s Red Light district. *wink wink* Or hey, combine the two. After the hoors and ladyboys are done turning tricks, have them peel a few thousand skrimps. It’s not like the smell will deter the customers.
I’m just sayin’.