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- Three new millionaires in Thailand.
There are new millionaires in Thailand today after the latest Government Lottery draw on 17 January 2020. The winning number
There are new millionaires in Thailand today after the latest Government Lottery draw on 17 January 2020. The winning number is 384395 bringing in 6 Million THB per ticket. The first winner is a teacher from Phetchabun Province. The 49-year-old teacher revealed that she received the lucky number from a bird that she happened to hear, the bird sounded like it was saying 95. The teacher has filed a report at the Na Chalieng Police Station. Sangduen Donpila 49 year old from the Ban Pak Toh School in Nong Pai District stated to the Sanook News Team that she went into the main city last week and purchased the ticket.
The next winner is an auntie from Udon Thani Province. The auntie revealed there is another person who purchased the same number as her, but it is still unknown who this is. Sawat 51-year-old, went to file a report at the Nong Han Police Station. There are relatives and villagers waiting in front of her home to celebrate as the news started spreading. Sawat revealed a lottery seller came to sell tickets in front of her home. She randomly chose the ticket right at the last minute. When Sawat realized that she is now a millionaire the children in her home all screamed with happiness.
The lucky woman will use the money to pay off debt and as a gift to her family. She lives alone since her husband died 3 years ago. The winner reveals she will be cashing in the ticket with her son. The son lives in Mukdaharn Province and will be picking her up the cash together with all the children and grandchildren. The last winner is a couple from Chaiyaphum Province. Thanasawat Pimnothong 61-year-old who is the local village chief assistant went to file a report at the Kaset Sombun Police Station with relatives. The winner has 1 winning ticket bringing in a prize of 6 Million THB. Police officers at the station took pictures with the winner to remember the moment a local became a millionaire.
FB Caption: The winner randomly chose the ticket right at the last minute.
Source: Sanook, INN News17 January 2021MONEYhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=43753
- Ten more Covid-19 patients found in Chon Buri
Ten more Covid-19 patients have been found in Si Racha, Sattahip and Muang districts of Chon Buri province, increasing the
Ten more Covid-19 patients have been found in Si Racha, Sattahip and Muang districts of Chon Buri province, increasing the total number of patients to 644, the Thai-language daily Khao Sod reported yesterday (Jan 16, 2021).
According to Dr. Wichai Tanasopon, who is the deputy public health officer in Chon Buri, five patients were found in Si Racha District, three in Sattahip District, two in Muang District of Chon Buri, who got Covid-19 after entering an illegal gambling den.
Two Japanese got infected after entering a massage parlor and playing golf. Three Thais got infected after entering a restaurant, and two more Thais were charged with illegal gambling.16 January 2021LOCALhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=43748
- Hitman arrested after murder in Samut Sakhon
A hitman has been arrested after killing a person in Samut Sakhon Province. The hitman drove down south in an
A hitman has been arrested after killing a person in Samut Sakhon Province. The hitman drove down south in an attempt to hide from the police. The suspect was found driving a fancy car with a gun, over 50 bullets, and was wearing a Gucci bag. Police Major General Wanchai Tharntham Commander of Prachuap Khiri Khan Provincial Police gave orders to Police Colonel Niran Sirisangchai the Province Deputy Commander and Huayyang Police to catch the suspect wanted by an arrest warrant issued by the Samut Sakhon Court no.6/2564 on 14 January 2021.
The suspect had murdered a person while in Samut Sakhon and ran away to a province in the South of Thailand. Police received information that he was driving a Black Toyota Alphard with a red license plate as the escape vehicle. Officials at a checkpoint in Thap Sakae District in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province received orders to keep watch out for the suspected vehicle. As officials were working at the checkpoint they noticed the suspected vehicle and pulled the car aside. Officials presented themselves before searching the vehicle and arrested Thanasak 34 years old on the spot. Thanasak was wearing a red shirt, dark pants, and sneakers.
Police searched the vehicle and discovered an automatic Glock 9mm gun with serial number ACFB625 inside was 1 bullet. In a bag, there was a magazine with 13 bullets. Nearby was a red Gucci bag with another magazine with 3 bullets inside and 41 more bullets placed inside a black bullet box. The Alphard car had a Bangkok license plate. Officials arrested the suspect with charges relating to murder, owning a weapon without permission, carrying the weapon into a public place without permission, using a gun while in a a public location, and more.
FB Caption: Inside the Toyota Alphard was a red Gucci bag with bullets inside.
Source: Sanook15 January 2021LOCALhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=43742
- 17-year-old drug smuggler, Yaba and Crystal Meth worth 400M THB, shooting at police.
A 17-year-old and his 26-year-old brother have been arrested. Together they smuggled over 400 Million THB worth of Yaba and
A 17-year-old and his 26-year-old brother have been arrested. Together they smuggled over 400 Million THB worth of Yaba and crystal meth into Bangkok. The pair were shooting at the police in an attempt to escape. Officials believe there is a major drug gang connected to where the drugs came from. Police Lieutenant General Panurat Lakbun Commissioner of Provincial Police Region 3 and Police Major General Pornchai Nalawanchai the Nakhon Ratchasima Province Commissioner reported the arrest of 2 suspects with evidence including 2 million Yaba pills and 438 kilograms of crystal meth.
Petcharat Wisetsuk 26-year-old and A 17-year-old were arrested with a truck, a gun, and bullets. Petcharat has an injury after being shot in the shoulder by the police. This is the result of a police chase on the Ban Wat-None Dang road in None Dang District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province during the night of 13 January 2020. Police from Amnat Charoen Province tracked down two suspects driving a truck. Officials received information about a truck bringing in Yaba and crystal meth from the border heading to Kalasin Province. The truck was followed as it passed Mahan Sarakham, Khon Kaen, and was arriving in Nakhon Ratchasima. The Provincial Police Region 3 were notified and None Dang Police waited to pull over the truck.
The truck did not stop and started shooting at the police. A gunfight started resulting in the suspect’s truck stuck by the road. Police arrested both suspects before searching the vehicle revealing the drugs inside. The suspects admitted that they were paid 100,000 THB to move the drugs from Nakhon Phanom to a customer in Bangkok. Officials believe there is a big drug gang connected to where the drugs came from. They believe there is a lot of funds supporting this gang with the ability to buy over 400 Million THB worth of drugs per delivery.
FB Caption: Police followed the truck passing through many provinces heading towards Bangkok.
Source: Khaosod14 January 2021LOCALhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=43729
- Mae Klong Market quiet over fear of Covid-19
The popular Mae Klong Seafood Market in Samut Songkram Province is now quiet due to the fear of Covid-19 among
The popular Mae Klong Seafood Market in Samut Songkram Province is now quiet due to the fear of Covid-19 among seafood clients (Jan 15, 2020).
The Samut Songkram Municipality and seafood sellers have imposed strict measures to prevent Covid-19, but the number of seafood buyers and tourists has steadily declined.
Mrs. Pensiri Parnraksa, who is the president of the Samut Songkram Fresh Market Council, has sent messages to buyers and tourists that the market is regularly cleaned.
There is hand cleaning jell for buyers and tourists, who must wear face masks while in the market.14 January 2021LOCALhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=43733
- STAY LONGER & SAVE AT SHERATON GRANDE SUKHUMVIT
Bangkok, January – Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, a Luxury Collection Hotel, long-stay guests at the hotel can now benefit from outstanding
Bangkok, January – Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, a Luxury Collection Hotel, long-stay guests at the hotel can now benefit from outstanding rates.
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Our 45 sq.m. Grande rooms are available for 1-6 month stays at THB 60,800 nett per month or THB 1,722++ per night (normal price THB 2,500++ per night), 7-11 months at THB 58,900 nett per month or THB 1,688++ per night, and one-year stays at THB 56,500 nett per month or THB 1,600++ per night.
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- Room rate including breakfast for 2 persons
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- Daily 4 pieces of laundry per day (weekly accumulative)
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- 30% off on spa treatment (a la carte menu only)
- 20% off on International direct dialing (IDD) telephone line
- 20% off on laundry/pressing and dry cleaning
- 20% off on business center services, i.e. fax, photocopying & printing, Internet, and PC
- Rate is eligible for Marriott Bonvoy Points
Guests can also stay in a 75 sq.m. Grande Suite with monthly rates from THB 139,500 nett per month, a Luxury Suite from 144,000 nett per month, the 117 sq.m. Governor Suite for THB 355,000 nett per month and more, all with a host of exceptional benefits.
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For reservation, please contact 02 6498888 or email email@example.com January 2021AROUND TOWNhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=43724
- Woman burns garbage that ends up burning down the house.
A woman burned garbage after a big cleaning day but then the fire spread and ended up burning the house
The post Woman burns garbage that ends up burning down the house. appeared first on ThaiResidents.com - Thai Local News - Thai News.
A woman burned garbage after a big cleaning day but then the fire spread and ended up burning the house down. Villagers were shocked when the fire started spreading, they were afraid other homes would be burned down too. The woman decided that it was time to clean her home and get rid of any collected trash. The Khon Kaen Police Station were notified of a fire at 17.30 on 13 January 2020 at a home in Thepparak Village. The village is located in the main city of Khon Kaen Province. Officials notified the local fire station and rescue team before heading to the location.
They arrived to find a burned down single-story wooden house. More fire trucks were called in as the fire risked entering the neighbors home. There were heavy winds that made it even harder to put the fire out. After 30 minutes they finally were able to control the flames. The homeowner, a 49-year-old woman, stated she wasn’t home when the fire started. Her 27-year-old granddaughter was home alone. The granddaughter explained she was cleaning the home and gathered the garbage in a pile right in front of the house.
She started burning the garbage before returning inside. There were heavy winds that blew the fire into the house. Once the fire started it spread out fast and there was nothing she could do. Officials collected evidence and interviewed all witnesses in the village. The local authorities are finding ways to help the family recover from the fire. This is a big lesson for the granddaughter to never burn garbage again, it wasn’t the right decision to start a fire right in front of a wooden house. Burning garbage is also bad for the environment and your health. Exposure to toxic air pollutants not only affects the person who burned the trash but also locals in the area.
FB Caption: It wasn’t the right decision to burn garbage right in front of the house.
The post Woman burns garbage that ends up burning down the house. appeared first on ThaiResidents.com - Thai Local News - Thai News.14 January 2021LOCALhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=43715
- New drug mix of Ketamine, Heroin, and Ecstasy.
A new drug has been gaining popularity in Thailand. The nickname for the drug in Thai is “Milk Powder”. The
A new drug has been gaining popularity in Thailand. The nickname for the drug in Thai is “Milk Powder”. The drug looks like formula milk and the dealers usually mix in Ketamine, Heroin, and Ecstasy. Police Major General Thanit Jirananthawat from the Police Hospital reported samples of the drug were collected from the Wat Phraya Krai Police Station. There have been 2 versions of the drug found with different substances. The formula depends on what the drug gangs mix to create each lot depending on customer demands and the effects desired. Overdosing on the drug is easy.
The first formula consists of Ketamine and Diazepam (Valium). Diazepam is in the benzodiazepine family and provides a calming effect. The second formula was found with Ketamine, Heroin, and Ecstasy. Both formulas did not have crystal meth or powdered milk as advertised in the name. Officials believe that the samples each came from different sources. The reason that overdose is so easy when using this new drug mix is due to the combination of highly addictive and powerful substances. Ketamine is a general anesthetic that can make you feel detached from the world and relaxed. It can also create hallucinations and reduce the feeling of pain. Mixing Ketamine and Ecstasy can put a lot of pressure on your heart. Diazepam is mixed in to help make the user not notice the side effects of each drug.
Officials reveal the combination of different drugs, each individually very dangerous substances, is extremely dangerous. The users will not realize signs their body is telling them and eventually the body will go into shock. The doctor stated this is not the first time Thai Police have found “cocktail drugs”. The Milk Powder drug has been tied to 9 deaths in recent days. Ekkapop Luengprasit from the Sai Mai District Office stated “It is spreading all over Bangkok because it is cheap. When a user takes this drug they start acting out for 3-4 days straight. This only applies if you are healthy. Dozens have fainted right after taking the drug and ended up in the hospital”.
FB Caption: The Milk Powder drug has been tied to 9 deaths in recent days.
Source: INN News, Khaosod13 January 2021HEALTHhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=43707
- Average debt of a Thai family is 480,000 baht
A number of Thai families had an average debt of about 480,000 baht in 2020, an increase of 42 percent
A number of Thai families had an average debt of about 480,000 baht in 2020, an increase of 42 percent from 2019, according to a survey by the Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC).
TCC Rector Tanawat Polvichai, who is also the chief consultant for the Center for Economic and Business Predictions, had carried out the 2020 survey of 1,229 people around the country during 18-27 December 2020.
As high as 90.7 percent of respondents said they were in debt, and 9.3 percent had no debts. The average debt of each family was around 483,950 baht, an increase of 42.3 percent from previous year.
The Thai Chamber of Commerce said the spread of Covid-19 had also resulted in higher debts among borrowers.12 January 2021LOCALhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=43702
- Woman attacked by auntie at sky train station.
A woman has been attacked by an unknown auntie at Udom Suk BTS Station. The victim revealed no one attempted
A woman has been attacked by an unknown auntie at Udom Suk BTS Station. The victim revealed no one attempted to help her and the auntie disappeared on a bus after the attack. Facebook User Chanarnun Hulanond shared her story at 10.00 on 10 January 2020. The victim was physically attacked by an auntie estimated to be 40-50 year old near a bus stop by the station. Chanarnun stated the auntie walked towards her before shouting at her. She was scared and started to run away. The auntie kept on following her and pulled her hair.
Chanarnun fell to the ground and tried to stand back up. When she finally did the victim quickly jumped into a taxi that was parked by the road. She stated in the post “I feel really bad because there were a lot of people standing there. All of them made space for the woman when she started attacking me. They all just walked away and made it easier for her to hurt me. No one even tried telling her to stop. The taxi driver told me he saw what happened, but he just assumed we knew each other and it was a private incident. The point is, even if we knew each other, it’s considered ok to hurt others?”
Chanarnun has injuries on her hands and knees. The auntie also stepped on her glasses and phone, breaking both items. She asks netizens to send in any videos or pictures of the incident. A report has been filed at the Bangna Police station. Security footage from the nearby convenience store is extremely blurry and the auntie was wearing a mask and a hat. After attacking the victim she quickly jumped on a shuttle bus and disappeared. Chanarnun further states “I want to know who she is, so she doesn’t harm anyone else. If she is crazy then she should receive help. Please help share this post, thank you”.
FB Caption: Chanarnun revealed no one helped her and they all walked away while the attack was happening.
Source: Sanook11 January 2021LOCALhttps://thairesidents.com/?p=43692