Sunday, December 20, 2009

Millionaire Offers 5 Million for Nephew to hold Panda

In Courtesy of Thairath

CHIANG MAI – A millionaire offered five million baht in exchange for allowing his nephew to hold Lin Ping just one time. It seems like the superstar panda is getting to everybody’s head. The zoo meanwhile announced that this Christmas, Lin Ping will be wearing a Santa outfit to greet his fan club.

Other than the mad millionaire, Chiang Mai zoo reported that many individuals are phoning in to pay 20000 – 30000 baht to hold Lin Ping. Even letters have been sent offering a few thousand baht to hold the panda. The level of madness seems relative to peoples disposable income.

In the same report, although unrelated, the zoo announced that the Santa outfit will be put on Lin Ping while it is asleep. The reason being that the panda will be too hyper active and resistant to the Santa suit.

Lin Ping will wake up some day soon and find that it's a Santa Claus for the Thai people.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Gay Man Can’t Take a Sexy Calendar

In Courtesy of Thairath

BANGKOK – Seasoned and outspoken gay man, Nathi protested in Bangkok today against pinup girl calendars, saying they destroy the cultural legacy of Thai women.

Singha Beer announced that it is giving away free sexy girl calendars to complement the 2010 year of the Tiger, using six naked models splashed in body paint to launch the promotion.

To this Nathi said, “Even though it is your own body and you’re entitled to do anything with it, when you present your body to the public, you destroy Thai culture. No matter where you grew up, if you’re now living in Thailand, then understand that Thailand still values traditional culture. If you don’t love it then don’t destroy it.”

Thailand is also one of the most popular destinations for prostitution in the world; for god’s sake Nathi, women shoot ping pong balls from their vaginas and hang weights from their vulvas. Highly advanced pornographic moves are child play. Thailand is a hot spot for sexual holidaying. Teen rapes and gang bangs are part of a long and senseless history. Where’s the culture? Was it even here in the first place? Is it even a word in the dictionaries of young children? The case has always been that people are living under their own skins. Culture is merely theatrical, a creative byproduct of repression.

If Nathi returned home every night as a crazed flagellator and whipped ass with black leather, where’s Thai culture in that? And no, sprinkling chili on the man's asshole wouldn't cut it. It's not a box that you just tick off.

Would it even surprise you?

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Friday, December 18, 2009

Sitting Next To a Charred Head

In Courtesy of Thairath

UDONTHANI – A 14-year-old kid chopped his grandfather into chunks, stuffed them in sand bags and threw them into a lake. He kept the head so he could burn it, leaving an awful smell. Villagers discovered the scene and informed police.

The kid coldly admitted to murder. His excuse was that his grandfather treated him like a slave and never let him attend New Years parties or festivals.

Police officers picked up two sand bags in the lake and opened them. The first bag contained the victim’s trunk; the second bag, the limbs, all torn and rotten. Police traced down to a little hut two kilometers away from the lake to find the 14-year-old boy sitting with a cold expression – beside him lay a charred head.

The kid confessed without fear or tears. He said he had an argument with the victim about going to a party but the victim wouldn’t let him. The kid grabbed the biggest axe he could find and chopped the victim’s head, before repeating the motion twice. The kid undressed the victim and used a kitchen knife to slice up parts of the body. He burnt the head and returned home to sleep like nothing happened.

Then the police came.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Get a Load of B

In Courtesy of Khaosod

NAKORN PHATHOM – One afternoon, a 50-year-old woman walked into her back garden and saw a large buffalo bear. Standing at two meters tall, it casually ate her bananas. Her dog barked at it repeatedly and the B-bear ran away into the woods near the village of Nakorn Phathom.

The village chief has since feared that the B-bear will hurt people and so set up a search team to track it down.

Over 30 villagers ventured into the woods for three days armed with wooden sticks.

After a somewhat hopeless search, they came up with the stupid idea of burning down the whole forest to get the bear out of its hiding. The fire took several hours to catch on and control and still no bear was found.

Moreover, the village chief contacted the parachute association to get five skydivers to survey the area. The exaggerated gesture reaped no results. The team only found claws marks and footprints but nothing else.

An old lady from the village claimed that several years ago she saw a similar buffalo bear eating her bananas and chickens in her backyard but no one believed her. And to this day there is no reason to believe her. She said the B-bear surely had to be the next generation B-bear from the one she saw.

Another old man from the village said that he was sure the buffalo bears live underground and have their own hiding place deep beneath the crust.

And why not throw in a theory that the B-bears secretly rule the world? And what a load of B! What a pile of codswallop! What a lark!

Can further news updates curb this skepticism? I doubt it.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Wrong Man, Wrong Coffin

In Courtesy of Nation Group

ANG THONG – A man spent almost 30,000 baht on a funeral for his relative only to discover on the day that the corpse inside the coffin wasn’t his relative! Before cremating the body, the man opened the coffin to see his relative’s face for the last time and was bewildered. His relative is still alive!

Komkrit, 42-years-old, the host of the funeral said that he was informed by the deceased peoples’ identification foundation that his relative, Prachueb, 39-years-old, died of heart failure, and that he was identified as Prachueb.

The foundation sent the body to Komkrit a few days later – and along with several villagers in town, they held a funeral for Prachueb and scheduled for a cremation.

After performing several rituals, Komkrit, in tears, walked over to open the lid of the coffin and found that the face of the deceased looked nothing like Prachueb! Who the hell was it?

Komkrit was in shock and called Prachueb’s brother, to find that Prachueb is alive and well. Komkrit got hold of Prachueb’s number and talked to the man himself.
Prachueb told Komkrit that he had lost his ID card almost 10 years ago, and had never reclaimed a new one. There is no clue as to how Prachueb’s ID card ended up in the wallet of some unknown dead guy.

Komkrit, and his fellow villagers ditched the funeral having spent 32,555 baht.

The nameless dead man was registered as having no relatives at the time of death.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

More Chicken in a Chicken

In Courtesy of Thairath

UDONTHANI – A chicken in Udon grew ten toes while another grew nine. Both are well and alive. The owner revealed that they were the only two left out of 40 chickens in a farm robbery. Very strange indeed.

Samroeng, the owner of the chicken farm, said that he had 40 chickens in total. One night he locked the farm house and went to sleep and discovered the next morning that almost all his chickens were robbed. Only two were left in the corner of the farm house: one was a black ten-toed chicken, another was the same breed but with white feathers and nine toes. He can’t understand why the robbers didn’t take these two chickens. Maybe because they have more toes; are genetically imperfect; or would be more difficult to sell or even eat themselves? Some sort of chicken discrimination was definitely involved.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Monday, December 14, 2009

Explosion in Phone Booth

In Courtesy of Thairath

PATTAYA – A young brat dropped his own bomb – and not of the swearing kind – while he was in a public phone booth.

The booth’s glass shattered and the young brat was caught in the middle of the explosion. He gave the excuse to police that somebody threw a bomb at him. Police didn’t buy the story.

Civilians were stunned by the explosion that detonated inside the booth. Police arrived on the scene to find the 17-year-old lying severely injured and was sent to hospital.

Despite his defense that two unknown men stopped by on their motorbikes, police concluded that basically, the brat liked to carry around bombs for fun, and to threaten people with.

He went to a public phone booth and accidentally dropped a bomb inside, injuring himself. And doesn’t the photo look nice and set up?

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Right Out Of An 80’s Porn Film

Picture of the beach where the sex show occurred - Courtesy of Thairath

PATTAYA – Bemusement, curiosity, shock characterized a steamy Pattaya beach as crowds of locals and tourists drew together to witness two Russian couples get it on.

One couple stepped into the ocean and started fucking. No surprise, police officers chased them into the water and dragged them out by their nether regions.

All four Russians were in their swimsuits and appeared to be drunk. The girls were topless and the boys were bottomless – nipples and penises erect in the hot sun.

The four kissed and caressed each other in a sexual exposé set against the beautiful backdrop of Pattaya beach. Parents covered the eyes of their children.

As the show gained attention from hundreds of onlookers, one couple tip-toed into the water and started fucking; waves of water slapping between their bodies. Officers had a time hard getting through the crowd towards them. No surprise, the Russians had no idea why they were arrested.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Waterfall Rape

In Courtesy of Thairath

CHONBURI – Police arrested an electrician for tricking two girls – a first grader and a kindergartener – to a waterfall and raping them. They were both victims of the electrician’s sudden sexual outburst under the waterfall.

On the day of the incident, the rapist drove a car to pick up the two little girls, telling them he would take them to a lovely waterfall nearby. The girls believed him because he had always visited them and bought lots of snacks and drinks.

As they arrived at the waterfall, the two little girls took off their clothes to play in the water. The scene lit up the electrician’s overwhelming lust. He chased after them under the waterfall, pinned them down, and began raping them aggressively. Such a scene.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Friday, December 11, 2009

Practiced Robbery Ends Well

In Courtesy of Thairath

CHONBURI – Civilians in Chonburi panicked as four robbers barged into a gold jeweler in the middle of the city, taking a girl hostage - only no one knew it was part of a training scenario designed to test emergency services.

Police teams joined in for the practice to test out new strategies against gold store robberies. The police created a flawless scenario that seemed completely real; civilians were running everywhere in panic.

The four actors came on motorbikes pretending to be robbers, entered the gold store and stole 20 Baht of gold. After that the four men escaped through the Pattaya route road, where at the end of one Soi, police managed to take down two, while the other two escaped.

They were eventually cornered and took a young girl as hostage. The police began a dramatic negotiation with the fake culprit until he finally gave in. Of course he did!

The whole scenario took 29 minutes to complete.

The police and the four culprits finally walked off together, chatting and laughing.

This was the event of the day that left civilians in Chonburi in total shock and terror.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Baby Hippo Found!

In Courtesy of Thairath

CHIANG MAI – The baby hippo that mysteriously disappeared from Chiang Mai night Safari was finally found dead and rotting in a sewage drain.

After a two day search by safari staff, police teams and several hunting dogs, a safari staff member found something stuck in the sewage drain of the animal clinic building.

The staff member discovered the putrescent body of the baby hippo, which had been dead for no less than 4-5 days.

The safari supervisor, Narong Thananuwat, said that it was very strange because the sewage drains where the hippo was found had already been investigated a few days earlier during a big search. Narong claimed to be extremely happy that the hippo was finally found (despite it being dead) within the safari, after being bombarded by rumors and comments that the area supervisor wasn’t doing a good job of zoning animals.

“When we found the dead hippo in the drain, I was really glad, just a relief you know,” he said.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Thailand: Man Hurts Elephant, Elephant Hurts Man?

In Courtesy of Thairath

KONKAEN – Wild elephants stomped a man to near death, leaving him in a critical condition with crushed ribs and blood bleeding out of his ears. His relatives weren’t so sad – they just had to deal with it – he had been stumped by an elephant, after all.

The victim had been walking across a field after fishing at a lake nearby, when he was approached by two wild elephants. Witnesses say the elephants encircled him and beat the crap out of him out of him for no good reason. The man finally managed to get a distance away from the wild elephants, and was helped by civilians passing by.

After the incident, people have been visiting the city council requesting that they look out for the elephants and get them away from hurting people. The council simply asked: how would we do that?

Will we hear any more about these malicious elephants hell-bent on crushing people?

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Lin Ping Gives Bamboo on Father’s Day

In Courtesy of Thairath

CHIANG MAI – Impressive, Lin Ping, our superstar panda gave his father a bamboo bunch on Father’s day. The panda family was nose to nose through the cage, with thousands of tourists watching.

On Father’s day, Chiang Mai Zoo was packed again. Thousands of people rushed to the Lin Ping clinic area for a 30-minute show. Lin Ping reportedly weighed 16.2 kilograms; his heart rate, 120 beats per minute; and his body temperature was 37 degrees Celsius. He is in good shape.

The head of Panda Experimentation and Show Thailand came out to the clinic area to play with the little Lin Ping, ordering it to lie down and sit up and duck, and so on. At the end the officers let Lin Ping meet with his father, Chuang Chuang, through the metal cage and under the eyes of thousands of people the show ended on a climatic note. The Father panda, to everybody’s surprise, did not reach out with his arm but used his nose to smell Lin Ping, each smelling each other. The audience wowed at the father-and-son love. Some more pathetic members of the audience even cried.

The experimentation team officer gave Lin Ping a bunch of bamboo sticks decorated with carrots and heart-shaped apples for Lin Ping to give to his father as a gift. Chuang Chuang gladly accepted. The Panda experimentation team added further that they were so surprised the father panda was so calm and loving today.

Mmm, from the picture though, clearly Lin Ping was being held by the dude in blue. All the things about Father’s Day, and the bunch of bamboo sticks decorated by carrots and apples – isn’t that like a human thing? Is Lin Ping another soap opera that manages to squeeze out a couple of cheap tears and pull a few loose heart strings?

Still, it seems like what everyone needs.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Monday, December 7, 2009

Dead Monk and Not So Dead Dog

In Courtesy of Khaosod

CHACHOENGSAO – Car killed a monk and his dog at six o’clock in the morning. The driver made a run for it.

The monk, named Seng Modnut, 69-years-old, had been a monk for nine years. His corpse lay face down on the bitumen in a blood puddle.

Both his arms still clutched a holy food bowl. Next to him were a pair of glasses and a lunch box. Three paces to the right, a Thai breed male brown dog lay on the ground.

The rescue team thought the dog was dead, but later found it moaning in pain. Both its hind legs had been snapped as it tried to use its front legs to move closer to the monk’s body.

The affection and love the dog showed for the monk put police officers on the scene in a mood of sorrow and deep sympathy.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Sunday, December 6, 2009

The Hippo Vanishes

In Courtesy of Thairath

CHIANG MAI – Two-month-old Hippopotamus from Chiang Mai Night Safari mysteriously disappeared from its cage.

The baby hippo was relocated last week due to cold weather around its cage to a vet for recovery. The hippo weighs around 50 kilograms and is two months old.

At the safari’s animal hospital center, there was no bathtub or a pond for the baby hippo to be in so it was sent outside where the safari provided a special warm water pond for the hippo to be in – the pond was completely caged, with extra caretakers and security watching the hippo day and night.

In the morning however, the hippo had disappeared from its cage.

The hippo was seen submerging under water for some time and then disappeared from the cage. The pond is an artificial container placed in the ground, so the possibility of the baby hippo digging its way out is impossible.

Later on, the safari’s officers found footprints thought to be the baby hippo’s in the woods a few kilometers away from the safari. The hippo is still missing. And the safari is still searching.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Say Hello To A Monk: Monks On The BTS

In Courtesy of Thairath

BANGKOK – BTS Sky Train co-operated with the Bangkok City Council to host the first Sky-Tak-Baat — the religious act of offering food to monks on a sky train — by inviting thousands of monks onto the BTS.

Well, if not religious, at least innovative.

The monks were invited from 20 eminent temples in Bangkok. The organizer claimed the event was the first time people got to see, not one, but a thousand monks riding the sky train. People brought food onto the train and the Tak-Baat process began while the trains travelled across Bangkok City.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Friday, December 4, 2009

Piss Tester Wanders through City

Ubon Ratchathani – A strange man wandered through the city of Ubon posed as a police officer, asking civilians for urine samples. He claimed to be helping police in fighting drug use when he himself appeared to be on drugs.

Civilians informed the police station in Ubon Ratchathani, doubting the strange man who had asked for their urine.

Police followed the man to a restaurant and observed his bizarre methods of drug testing. Firstly, he would ask everybody to piss into their cups then he would take out a pen and dip it into the pee. Civilians reported that the man said it was a technically advanced pen that told him whether the person had been doing drugs or not.

When arrested for impersonating an officer, he claimed to only have wanted to help police. He was put in jail anyway.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Thursday, December 3, 2009

The Art of Smelling: Man Steals 100 Girls Panties

In Courtesy of Thairath

CHONBURI – Police arrested a pervert with a stockpile of girls’ panties and bras in his apartment. He admitted to smelling them for arousal and masturbation.

The man lived a unique lifestyle. He would go to work at a convenient store in the morning until afternoon. On the way home, he would search for an attractive apartment building, scale the side of it, and hop around back balconies stealing underwear’s that smelt interesting.

He admitted to taking them all home and spreading them all over his apartment floor; wallowing in them and rolling around in the panties until he got an erection. Those were the good days when he would throw the panties into the air like a self-made millionaire.

But the man’s glory days are over – for now anyway.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Superstar Panda: Lin Ping

In Courtesy of Thairath

CHIANG MAI – The Zoo extended Lin Ping’s show due to high demand. Each show, the arena is packed with thousands of people waiting to see the little panda climb a tree.

After the establishment of Lin Ping’s 24 hour reality TV show, Lin Ping has developed a tight fan base of which visit the zoo from cities all over Thailand. A large group has requested an extension of the show because they came all the way to Chiang Mai but didn’t get to see Lin Ping.

The Head of Panda Foundation Thailand said that Lin Ping has been amazingly influential in extending happiness to people. The Zoo’s telephone lines and internet talk boards are full of requests for more Lin Ping shows.

It’s amazing what Lin Ping's marketing machine has done to capture an entire nation of people.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Pick-Up Truck Takes One Monk and One Man

In Courtesy of Khaosod

PHUKET – Sad news in the early morning: a young man came out to put offerings into a monk’s bowl (Tak Baat) and was killed along with the monk by a speeding pick-up truck. At the time, the monk had been ritualizing a birthday prayer.

The driver is on the lam but police found a bank book in the vehicle with a name: Somporn Gaewprasert.

Monk Samarn Narakae, 60-years-old, died instantly.

Next to the monk’s body, lay the young 23-year-old male victim. Paramedics were unable to revive either of the men.

Writer: Adrian Tse & Chet Chetchotisak