The Unexpected Possession of Illegal Drugs

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 Thailand Thailand – There’s another outrage happening in Thailand where Police in the Nong Yai area of Chon Buri have busted a monk with 6 methamphetamine pills, as well as a pack of precious stone methamphetamine or ‘ice’. The police found the medications in a sanctuary assault recently after local people cautioned them about a priest what their identity was concerned was ingesting unlawful medications.

In view of this, The monk is 57 year old Choochart Somsakunmontree, asserted the medications helped him reflect and arrive at a higher perspective, despite the fact that they are prohibited by Buddhist guidelines. He owned up to police that he had purchased the medications for himself, however denied selling them or creating some issues for other people.

The sanctuary’s abbot defrocked Choochart and requested him to leave the Buddhist monkhood before the police took him to Nong Yai Police Station for additional legitimate activity. Police are likewise examining to find who Choochart purchased the medications from.

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There were also several monks consuming medications, conveying methamphetamine, drinking, intoxicated driving, illegal tax avoidance, taking, sniffing of ladies’garments, carrying out murder and rendezvousing with ladies are normal titles in the realm. Recently, PM Prayut Chan-o-cha got down on Thai monks about “rule breaking” following a few outrages.

Last week, two beginner monks in Thailand’s northern area of Chiang Rai got a few rather unholy contributions in their offerings bowls, as indicated by one more priest at their sanctuary. The monk posted on a social media platform last week saying that the amateurs found condoms in their contributions bowls. The monk accepted somebody could have snuck the condoms in the dishes since there are many negative tales about priests in the news at this moment.

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