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November 30, 2017

CSI: BANGKOK

U.S. Couple Arrested In Thailand After Exposing Their Butts At Temple

(Thanks to Judy B.)

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Was it a no smoking area?

I'm not at all religious, but nothing funny here. Another instance of Americans going to a foreign country, completely ignorant of its culture and laws, then expecting the diplomats to save their sorry butts (pardon the expression) when they deliberately do something stupid. You jackasses got your sorry selves into this situation; you can get yourselves out of it. In the meantime, enjoy your stay.

Normally Dave's comment section does not attract moralistic or serious ethical replies, but that post is begging for it. Two vapid self-absorbed as*h&les whose entire world is creating vulgar social media have gotten themselves into a karmic ditch. 12 year old minds everywhere might be rooting for them to get out, I am squarely on the other side rooting against. If the word f*&kt*rds is permissible, it clearly was meant to apply to them. (Bonus word puzzle of the day, you're all welcome).

They should go all Singapore on their buttocks and give them a good caning. I hope our diplomats tell them "you keep 'em. We don't want 'em."

I find myself wishing these two idiots had visited North Korea before Thailand and given Chubby Rocket Boy a good mooning. At least the pictures of that incident would be fun to watch.

Open up Alcatraz and rename it "Prison for U.S. Idiots That Break Foreign Laws". Then if these loons and the Sunglass Shoplifter Boys are brought back, put 'em here forever.
Someday, Mom and Dad of people like this will say "Keep them. They're your problem now".

I'm told this is what they do. Their nickname is 'traveling butts'. I am growing impatient with all this reporting of such nonsense. Can't the media get to something important like interviewing the accusatory women who have been fondled behind the scenes in the past say, thirty days.

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I've traveled a lot especially in Asia. It's strange but nobody had to tell me not to do things like this because I knew, even at a young age, that it would be wrong. I think five years in a Thai prison would do these two a lot of good.

Okay, it still isn't funny, but suddenly this tune is stuck in my head:


One night in Bangkok makes a hard man humble;
Not much between despair and ecstasy.
One night in Bangkok, and the tough guys tumble.
Can't be too careful with your company;
I can feel the devil walking next to me.


Aside from my airfield cobra experience, Thailand was one of the most friendly countries I visited. Really, there are so many good people to meet and good times to be had, why on earth would you have to spoil all that with deliberate misbehavior? It never even occurred to me to do something offensive there. Perhaps I was too busy dodging snakes and eating awesome food. Or maybe I was raised right. Thanks Mom and Dad!

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