• Son cries for mom after being arrested with Kratom Leaf.

    The Nakhon Sithammarat Police arrested Arthit 25 years old while he was drinking kratom water from boiling the kratom leaves. While the police told him to get into the police truck Arthit kept crying and calling out for his mother. He screamed with tears for mom to come to bail him out. The mother insisted that this time she’s no longer helping him escape his actions.

    Villagers in the area know Arthit’s reputation for his kratom use. They know that you can find him every day boiling the leaves and drinking it. His family and others that know him are really bored with his actions over and over. The suspect has been arrested before but as soon as he is free, Arthit returns straight back to boiling the leaves he loves.

    It is reported that while on the way to the police station, the suspect never stopped crying. The officers tried to calm him down and told him everything will be ok but Arthit still had heavy tears running down his face like a baby. No matter how hard he tries to look for mercy, he has been charged accordingly to his crimes of use and possession of kratom.

    Arthit’s mother insists that this time she won’t be helping him with the case. Let the police and the law deal with him as a life lesson as he has been caught before. The people around him have warned him multiple times even after he was arrested previously. The suspect should’ve learned his lesson but it seems like he needs to go through the hard way to finally get himself together. Even if it’s her son, he needs to learn that what he is doing is wrong and the family is tired of his actions.

    FB Caption: While on the way to the police station, Arthit 25 years old kept crying like a baby calling out for his mom to help.


  • Netizens search for homeless young mom with ill child.

    A post about a young homeless mon with an ill child went viral online. A Facebook user named Lucy Thai posted a story about how she met a young woman carrying a child by the road in Phra Khanong District, Bangkok. Lucy didn’t even know if it was a real human or a statue when she drove by, but her instincts told her to drive back to the mother and child.

    Credit: Khaosod
    Credit: Khaosod

    Lucy stated in the post “Mother instincts. As I was driving home I passed through the Phra Khanong area and saw a woman sitting with her child. I didn’t even know if it was a human or a statue. I continued driving but I couldn’t stop wondering why the mother was sitting there. So I decided to drive back just to make sure. Oh my god, it’s really a human and not a doll.

    I touched the child and it had a really high fever. I woke the mother up but she didn’t seem right. I tried to talk to her but it didn’t help much. I decided to go buy some medicine and bread for the mother and child. I also gave them 200 THB and told the mother to please take your child to the hospital. Can anyone help her? I don’t know who to contact.”

    Netizens saw the post and started recommending helpline numbers. Some suggested informing the police to see if officials can find out what is going on, and some suggested the mother was probably a beggar. Lucy gave the latest update on 20 November 2019 “Mother instincts 2. I finally found them in the same spot. I’ve been looking for the mother and child for 3 days. Thankfully the child has no fever now. At first, I thought maybe the mother is a beggar or maybe she belongs to a gang. But then I realized no one wants to be a beggar.

    Credit: Khaosod
    Credit: Khaosod

    For me, when I give something I don’t care what they’re going to do with it. I helped her with the good intentions of a mother. I hope a department comes and helps her. The location is under the Phra Khanong BTS Station.”

    FB Caption: Lucy’s maternal instincts took over. She decided to drive back to the mother and child sitting by the road.

    Source: Khaosod, Facebook user: Lucy Thai


  • The Life of a New Mum

    As Thailand has become an ageing society, the government aims to increase birth rate commence in January 2020. Let’s take a look at the life of a new mum, who help boost number of childbirth. How does she cope with a newborn baby? What is her greatest concern about caring a baby?

    Will she benefit from the Palang Pracharat Party’s National Maternity Policy (Mother Pracharat)


  • Mother rages after monk hits boys with broomstick

    A director of a temple school in Chiang Mai has been reported for his use of corporal punishment.


    The case was reported to the police on August 8 by Sasi Paripunno, a mother of a 17-year-old novice against an unnamed temple school in Chiang Mai. The director allegedly hit five novices with a broomstick causing severe bruises.

    Sasi’s son revealed that they were punished for skipping the evening chant. He claimed they were exhausted from studying and the school director first hit three of his friends with a plastic broomstick but it broke, so he swapped it with a wooden broomstick.

    After the punishment, the director allegedly seized the boys’ mobile phones but one of them had a spare phone which was used to record the incident.

    The mother, who contacted the school director after she became aware of the incident on August 5, claimed the director admitted using the sticks and had asked her to sort the matter out privately.

    She refused to comply stating that she was worried about future punishments that may occur should this matter not be taken more seriously, as the school director is a senior monk.

    Parents have demanded that the director be held accountable by law for his actions.

    Source :The Nation

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