Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Angry mob forces woman accused of insulting late Thai King to kneel before his portrait

A 43-year-old woman accused of insulting Thailand's late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, was force to kneel before his portrait at a police station on the tourist island of Koh Samui as several hundred people demanded for an apology.  The widely revered monarch died last Thursday at age 88.

On Monday, another woman was slapped in the face after being accused of defaming the king and forced off a public bus. This morning, a man was beaten by a mob for allegedly posting content defaming the monarch on social media. He was hauled out of his bedroom, beaten and forced to apologise to a portrait of King Adulyadei. See more photos and the video of the woman kneeling before the portrait below,...

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