Thailand News Today | Live from Thammasat, Sacked trainer sues dad and mom, Pattaya consuming contest | October 5, 2020

Today’s Thailand News Today was recorded reside at the Thammasat University Tha Prachan Campus.
Sarasas teacher, who allegedly abused college students, recordsdata criticism towards student’s mother and father for assault
After being fired and charged with assault, a Nonthaburi instructor has now filed a police criticism towards a student’s dad and mom for allegedly assaulting her.
The teacher, Onuma Ploadprong at the Sarasas Witaed Ratchaphruek School, says the parents assaulted her after they noticed classroom surveillance camera footage of her allegedly pushing and hitting kindergarten college students.
The teacher is represented by the same lawyer who is representing the Sarasas non-public faculty in Nonthaburi, a suburb north of Bangkok. Complaints of lecturers allegedly abusing and mistreating college students had been filed after surveillance footage of the Sarasas school rooms had been shared with mother and father and on social media.
After movies from Onuma’s classroom were shared on-line, the Office of the Private Education Commission arrange a committee to investigate the entire forty two Sarasas private colleges round Thailand.
Students at northeastern university accuse police of disrupting rally, harassment
Students at Maha Sarakham University, within the north-east of the nation, are accusing the police of harassing them and attempting to disrupt a planned rally.
The chief of a pro-democracy student group has identified plain-clothes and uniformed officers who arrived on the university to carry out a search, and to remind organisers of the laws governing public gatherings.
Police allegedly eliminated copies of a purple e-book which contained the students’ now notorious 10-point manifesto. They have also taken poetry collections written by students in the Free People Movement.
Boxes of those same books have been confiscated by police on the morning of the September 19 rally. Some forty five,000 books were seized from a house in an estate near the university’s Rangsit campus.
This time, the pro-democracy activists accuse the police of trying to block entry to the university’s sports activities ground, the place the rally was being held.
Poll reveals many Thais don’t support the scholar protests
Meanwhile, a poll carried out by The Super Poll Research Centre reveals that the majority of those surveyed disagree with how anti-government protests are being carried out.
1,200 individuals have been surveyed on what constitutes unacceptable behaviour. Over 97% say the students were inciting others (I suspect that’s the idea of the protests), over 96% talked about the abuse of institutions, over 94% stated the students were slandering others and over 93% talked about the usage of rude words. Only 2.6% of those surveyed say the protesters’ actions have been acceptable.
Pattaya to host eating contest next weekend, everybody welcome
Pattaya will host an enormous consuming contest subsequent weekend with everybody welcome to hitch within the enjoyable. Sounds like some nice enjoyable however the organisers have been flooded with complaints.
The event might be held on the Royal Garden Plaza purchasing centre with prizes valued at greater than a hundred,000 baht. Even organisers say they count on as much as 40 groups to register for the contest on October 10 and 11.
Organisers say the contest is open to all ages, sex and nationalities although minors might need to signal a waiver. There is a 700 baht registration payment which varies relying on the event. Our post about the contest on the Thaiger has drawn nearly universal condemnation from readers, most saying that the competitors is inappropriate given the dire situation for so much of Thais presently.
Mother and daughter forced to sell home because of neighbour who won’t cease singing
A mother and daughter in the central province of Nonthaburi are being forced to promote their home in an try and get away from their neighbour’s fixed singing.
50 12 months old Somthop, and her 25 12 months previous daughter, Kanchana, at the moment are promoting the reality that the property comes with a free singer.
Big , forty one 12 months previous Saksit, runs a meals business from his residence, however when he has no customers, he likes to sing and play his guitar. The neighbours have been fighting for a year, and even the police haven’t been in a place to resolve the situation..

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