Is Anyone Shocked Thailand Vaping Crackdown?

By December 19, 2017WELLON E-CIGs NEWS

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Recent arrests have again shown that Thailand is serious about its ban on vaping products.
The Southeast Asian country prohibits sales and importation of e-cigarettes and e-liquid.
Now it is apparently enforcing restrictions on possession too.
Is anyone shocked by a vaping ban in a country with a government-owned tobacco company?
Here we go.
Is Anyone Shocked Thailand Vaping Crackdown?

Thai Police Arrested a Well-known Vapor

This was all for possession of an e-cigarette.
On Dec. 10 2017, Thai police arrested a well-known internet personality, and charged her with possession of an e-cigarette and “vaping liquid,” according to the Bangkok Post.
Manussaya Yaowarat (apparently known professionally as Flukesri Maneedeng) said that she was arrested after police found the vaping products in her friend’s car after stopping it early Sunday morning.

She claims that she was assaulted by police officers, who placed her in a headlock and grabbed her hair. The police say she was “arguing loudly” so they were taking her to a jail cell to “calm down.” They claim that she resisted, so more police were brought in to “help overpower her.” Police are considering whether to charge her with “insulting officials performing their duty,” according to the Post. She was released on bail.

A Young Couple Charged with Illegally Selling Vapes

Two days later a young couple was arrested and charged with illegally selling vapes over Facebook. Sivanut Poonpol, 25, and his girlfriend, Natthanicha Duangthong, 23, were caught in a parking lot in Khlong Luang district in Central Thailand.

Police seized 40 vaping devices and 3,500 bottles of e-liquid from their apartment and a separate warehouse. According to the Post, they confessed to selling the products via two Facebook pages. They claimed that most of their customers are students.

The couple has been charged with selling goods prohibited by the Office of the Consumer Protection Board and smuggling prohibited goods into the country.
Have you Shocked Thailand Vaping Crackdown?
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